3. In network economics, the value of a commercial software
vendor’s software products:
a. increases as more people use them.
b. decreases as more people use them.
c. increases due to higher marginal gain in output.
d. decreases according to the law of diminishing returns.
According to ITU-T, anything that has a separate and distinct
existence and can be uniquely identified is referred to as:
c. Civil Identity
d. Basic Identifier set
All of the following are competitive forces in Porter’s model
b. new market entrants.
c. disruptive technologies.
e. substitute products.
Before adoption of Cloud Computing which of the following is not
an important factor to consider?
a. Data storage
b. Warranties and indemnities
c. Check for unhidden costs
d. How will disputes be dealt with: what law applies and where
will disputes be heard?
Compulsory license solution belongs to –
a. Destructive litigation & patent infringement
b. License & monopoly
c. Industrial & commercial
d. Cost says
A firm that invests in an information system because it is a
necessity of doing business does so because it is seeking to
achieve which of the following business objectives?
a. Operational excellence
b. Improved decision making
c. Competitive advantage
All of the following are examples of social media companies
Cloud Computing Contract Service Providers should consider the
following factors, except:
a. What happens if unauthorised individuals access the
c. What should happen to customer’s data at the end of the
d. The choice of law and jurisdiction.
Note: There are
5 types competitive forces in Porter’s model”
in the industory
(ii) New market
(ii) Power of
(iv) Power of
( Here, firm is
investing in information because it’s a necessity. Otherwise rival
firms will thrive . They will be a way ahead due to them investing
in information. As result firm will end up losing its position.
Eventually firm won’t be able to survive.
* Decisions for
achieving operational excellence is concerned with high
taken to achieve Competitive adventage are taken to set the firm
apart from rivals.)
Option a is
Technologies, Inc., commonly known as Uber, is an American
multinational ride-hailing company offering services that include
peer-to-peer ridesharing, ride service hailing, food delivery (Uber
Eats), and a micromobility system with electric bikes and scooters.
The company is based in San Francisco and has operations in over
785 metropolitan areas worldwide. Its platforms can be accessed via
its websites and mobile apps. In California, Uber is a public
utility, and operates under the jurisdiction of the California
Public Utilities Commission. California Public Utilities Commission
regulates public utilities within its jurisdiction, including by
setting rates for transportation services provided by Uber’s
“partner drivers.” As of 2019, Uber is estimated to have over 110
million worldwide users. In the United States, a 67% market share
for ride-sharing in early 2019 and a 24% market share for food
delivery in 2018. Uber has been so prominent in the sharing economy
that the changes in industries as a result of it have been referred
to as uberisation, and many startups have described their products
as “Uber for X”. The National Bureau of Economic Research estimated
that, in 2015, Uber had accounted for $6.8 billion in consumer
surplus.As with other transportation network companies, Uber has
been criticized for unfair treatment of drivers, for disrupting the
taxicab business, and for increasing traffic congestion. The
company has also been criticized for its aggressive strategy in
dealing with regulators and for several unlawful and/or
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