When developing and implementing any new information system, you may hear of something called the 80/20 rule. The 80/20 rule states that you should spend 80% of your time and effort planning and building a new information system to be as efficient and effective as possible and 20 % of your time and effort maintaining the new system after implementation. In other words, it is important to spend more time dsigning and implementing a new information system up front so you have to spend less time and effort supporting it in the future. Why do you think this is an important rule to follow? Consider a poorly designed information system when formulating your response. Additionally, is it possible to design, build, and implement a new information system so that it does not need to be maintained after implementation? Is this better, or even possible? Discuss your rational.
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