Information Overload: Creating Value with the New Information Systems Technology
Looking at technology issues from the point of view of how they relate to each other and how they contribute to creating value for the organization, this book prepares non-technical readers for their roles in helping to specify and implement systems using the new information systems technology. The book explains each technology in depth and shows how these technologies work together and impact the bottom line of a business.
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