Computers: Tools for an Information Age

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 576 pages
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This #1 bestseller offers a comprehensive survey of computer concepts and their applications, and focuses on the explosive growth of the Internet so that readers can keep up with current trends and developments in the field of information technology.

Contains full chapter coverage on computer hardware, computer software, the central processing unit, input and output, storage and multimedia, networking, the Internet, the Internet and business (including electronic commerce), writing your own Web page (HTLM and FrontPage 2000), security and privacy, word processing and desktop publishing, spreadsheets and business graphics, database management systems, programming and languages, systems analysis and design, and management information systems, and the future of the field (expert systems, robotics, and virtual reality). Contains "2000 and Beyond" boxes that examine such computer related trends as a computerized home, virtual universities, and a library without books -- plus a completely updated website that provides Planet Internet Exercises, an interactive study guide, chat room, on-line testing, and more.

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Contents

Businesses
62
CHAPTER 5 Entrepreneurs
241
Writing Your Own
273
Copyright

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