Computer systems By kit longstaff

A computer system is a system of interconnected computers that share a central storage system and various peripheral devices such as printers, scanners and routers. Computer systems are important because they remove human error from many situations and help and guide us in many different tasks. The ethical concerns cover whether what the computer is doing and if it's right for example hacking people.environmental issues are that is the productivity on of computer systems good for the environment such as deforestation and the legal concerns cover anything that the computer may inhibit because of the law.

Computer systems need to be reliable because if one fails or breaks at a crucial point lots of important data or memory could be lost for example in a bank or a Government building. Computer systems have to be maintained to a suitable standing because if they are not then the computer system may break, shut down or malfunction. For example if a computer system isn't kept clean the fans could become clogged and the computer system would break down or not be as effective.

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Created with images by Sam Howzit - "Apple II Computer System" • zimpenfish - "Printer" • Freeimages9 - "tools set handyman"

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