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AIS

(1) (Accounting Information System) The human and machine resources within an organization that are responsible for collecting and processing the daily transactions and preparing financial reports.

(2) (Adobe IntelliSelect) Software from Adobe that enables a printer to automatically detect the printer language being used (PostScript, PCL, HPGL) and to switch to that mode of operation.

(3) (Artificial Immune System) An AI application that is modeled after the human immune system. For example, one AIS project predicts the functions of proteins that are targeted by half of all licensed drugs. For more information, visit www.artificial-immune-systems.org.
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The rest of the paper is organized as follows: in the first part we present a brief literature review on cloud computing development and its impact on accounting information systems in particular.
BodyBrace's accounting information system should consist of methods that accurately identify, analyze, classify, and record the transactions in a manner that allows the organization to prepare reliable financial statements.
The book can be used as a supplementary resource to an accounting information systems text.
Safeguarding personal and proprietary information and ensuring the integrity of the components of the accounting information system in today's digital environment present many challenges.
In 1986, the Information Systems Section of the American Accounting Association created the Journal of Information Systems (JIS) to provide an outlet for accounting information systems research.
This book could be used as the primary text for an e-commerce course or as a supplement for an accounting information systems course.
* All accounting majors take an accounting information systems course.