Information Management: Organization, Management and Control of Computer Processing

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Business & Economics - 373 pages
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The object of this book is to impart knowledge to current and future corporate managers on how to manage their computer resources, operate and mantain the system, provide security and privacy for data and information, design a computer centre appropriate to corporate needs, prepare budgets for computing and set and enforce standards necessary for efficient and effective processing. The book also teaches how to acquire and organise personnel for operations, and determine which services are required by the users of computer resources. It highlights the possible technological and social implications of computing on the organisation, makes the readers concious of the future developments in computing and sensitive to the global computing issues.

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Part One Organization of resources
Design of a computer centre
Computer personnel

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