Management Information Systems

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Cengage Learning, Feb 1, 2006 - Computers - 560 pages
Management Information Systems, Fifth Edition retains the five parts structure and updated part-opening business cases from previous editions, but features a new streamlined chapter organization to better fit your course needs. All of the chapters offer completely new real-world cases and now include up-to-date video clips plus supporting questions for added practice. Furthermore, the fifth edition incorporates new or expanded coverage of the latest MIS topics such as E-Commerce, Challenges in Global Information Systems, Storage Service Providers and Network Attached Storage, Wireless Networks, Geographical Information Systems, and more. Your students will appreciate the improved companion Web site featuring extra business cases, more opportunities for hands-on practice, new video clips, added reading material, and helpful source information.
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Contents

The Information Age
1
Information Technology
105
WebEnabled Commerce
245
Decision Support and Business Intelligence
313
Planning Acquisition and Controls
379

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About the author (2006)

Effy Oz was a Professor of Management Science and Information Systems at the Pennsylvania State University, Great Valley. In addition to publishing and presenting numerous academic and professional articles, Professor Oz authored best-selling textbooks in the areas of management information systems, e-commerce, and IT ethics. He served on the editorial boards of ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS as well as several academic journals. He received his MBA from the Hebrew University and his DBA from Boston University.