Definition of Integrity?

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Integrity is a situation where the firm adheres to a moral code or artistic values, or the state or quality of being undivided or complete. Integrity is also the state of having strong moral principles and being honest.
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Integrity is adherence to a moral code, reflected in honesty and harmony in what one thinks, says and does.
Integrity is defined as the state or quality of being entire or complete. A person with integrity possesses many qualities such as; honesty, the ability to follow a moral code, and loyalty to oneself and one’s beliefs.
Integrity has to do with your own personal moral code or ethics. Everyone has a standard of what is moral or right, some of those standards are personal one that we hold for ourselves, and some are imposed by society. For example, you personally may not think it's wrong to cheat on your taxes, because you feel the government takes too much to begin with, however, external forces (the law) state that it is ethically wrong to do so, regardless of how you personally feel. Integrity is the adherence to the moral code whatever the source is, loosely defined it would mean that you are willing to 'do the right thing'
The definition of virtual integration is that it is a strategy that requires cooperation across an entire company. The term can also be used to describe when Internet use can take the place of physical components in a company. This most commonly refers to information sharing.
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