information system


noun

a computer system or set of components for collecting, creating, storing, processing, and distributing information, typically including hardware and software, system users, and the data itself: the use of information systems to solve business problems.
an integrated set of informational components: the incredibly complex information system of DNA.

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Origin of information system

First recorded in 1900–05
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