Managing the New Enterprise: The Proof, Not the Hype

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Harris Kern
SunSoft Press, 1996 - Computers - 212 pages
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The biggest problem in the IT industry today is not technology — it's how to deal with the different cultures, or mentalities in IT. Based on the authors' real-life experiences implementing client-server production environments over the past six years, this book gives the "how to" information needed to implement a heterogeneous client-server infrastructure, and deals with the "people issues" of getting everyone to work together. Covers networking, data centers, system administration, and the day-to-day management of this new enterprise. For CEOs, CIOs, VPs of IT, and all levels of IT management and technical staff.

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HARRIS KERN is a world-renowned IT consultant who specializes in working with Fortune 1000 firms to establish cost-effective, highly-available infrastructures. He is co-author of four books, including "Building the New Enterprise," He resides in Woodland Hills, CA.

STUART D. GALUP is Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at Florida Atlantic University, and a Certified Computing Professional. He resides in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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