The Handbook of Office Automation

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 92 pages
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The Handbook of Office Automation is an invaluable resource for the information systems and project design professional. Author Dr. R. Reilly brings over twenty years of both academic and industrial experience in project design and implementation to the reader in clear easy to understand language.
 

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Contents

Office Automation
1
Information Center and Response Line
23
Training
33
Documentation
43
Usability
51
Security and Disaster Recovery Preparation
55
Installation
59
Project Manager
61
Risk Knowledge
69
Bibliography
73
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About the author (2004)

Reilly holds a PhD from Stevens Institute of Technology in Information Systems, a BS in Computer Science and an MS in MIS at Barry University, Miami. He holds private pilots' license, a second-degree black belt and maintains an active application for the astronaut candidate program at NASA.

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