Information Systems and the Internet: A Problem-solving Approach
Retaining the proven problem-solving perspective, this text incorporates Internet coverage and its influence on business decisions. Software, hardware and organizational issues are all updated as well to reflect systems environment. Students are taught how to apply critical thinking skills as they learn to analyze and define business problems.
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Approaches to Studying Information Systems
The Road Ahead
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