The diagnostic procedure involving the use of echoes to determine size and
location of a growth is a technique of:
b. Nuclear medicine.
a. The volume of available data is hampering efficiency.
b. Data have been tampered with.
Dirt in the hardware and/or software has created downtime.
d. Viruses have contaminated the data.
The single greatest challenge associated with computerization is:
a. Underestimating costs in relation to payoffs.
b. Protecting an ever-increasing volume of information under privacy laws while
releasing it under Freedom of Information laws.
Overcoming user resistance at all levels of the organization.
d. Computer errors and downtime.
A student with a friend in the computer center arranges to have his "C" transcript
changed to straight "A's". This is an example of:
b. Data manipulation.