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 Information System Infrastructure:

                          Infrastructure is a collection of physical or virtual resources that supports an overall Information Technology environment: server, storage and network components. From information systems development to information infrastructure the process of designing information systems and the associated methodologies to support these processes reflect the underpinning assumptions on the role played by technology in organizations. Obviously, the aim of getting a richer understanding of the role of technological artifacts in organizational also provides new challenges for the design process of the information system.  
                          The information system infrastructure any area where people live or work needs a supporting infrastructure, which entails the interconnection of all basic facilities and services enabling the area to function properly. The infrastructure of a city, for example, includes components such as streets, power, telephone, water and sewage lines but also schools, retail stores and law enforcement. Both the area’s inhabitants and businesses depend on that infrastructure.