Information Management: Organization, Management and Control of Computer Processing

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Prentice Hall, 1992 - Computers - 373 pages
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Once an information system is developed and tested, it has to be used. This book provides the manager with knowledge of how to operate and maintain the system, provide security and privacy for data and information, design a computer centre appropriate to corporate needs, prepare a budget for computing, and set and enforce standards necessary for efficient processing. The technical emphasis of the book is written in non-technical language so that only a basic knowledge of computing is required.

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

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