Information Management: Organization, Management and Control of Computer Processing
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
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analysts applications artificial intelligence auditing auditor backup budget central processing unit chapter check digit computer centre computer departments computer personnel computer processing computer systems computerized computing resources consultants corporate management cost data processing database Datamation decision distributed documentation electronic employees end-user computing environment equipment errors evaluation example fifth generation computing Figure files firm function hardware Hemel Hempstead identify implementation in-house industry information centre information processing information resources information systems information technology information users input input/output integrated machine mainframe maintenance manufacturing measures microcomputers monitor Mothercare operating system organization organizational output password performance personal data planning problems procedures programming languages programs remote processing responsibility role scheduling service bureaux software maintenance staff standards steering committee storage strategies systems development technical telecommunications terminal transborder data flow utilization vendors