Building a corporate internet strategy: the it manager's guide

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VNR, Jan 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 236 pages
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Many companies spend enormous amounts of time and money making the Internet a key factor within organizations. Naturally, CEOs, board of directors and stockholders don't like to hear about short-sighted goals, misspent time, out-of-date equipment, and a lot of money invested with little to show for it. To gain support at the highest levels, you need a defined agenda and implementation plan. Using this information technology manager's guide, you will be able to create an Internet plan that has full support of business managers.

Building a Corporate Internet Strategy provides the information you need to:
-- Quantify your return on investment
-- Build your business case
-- Create your company's operating policy
-- Get up to spend on crucial technical and management issues
-- Construct your own intranet

"(This book) defines an information technology manager's agenda, outlines an implementation strategy, and presents a realistic business plan". -- Bookwatch

"From developing corporate online policies to handling security issues, this is packed with practical detail". -- Midwest Book Review

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Contents

What Exactly Is the Internet?
1
What Functions Are Driving an
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The High Performance Business Team
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Copyright

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