Management Information Systems for the Information Age
McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2005 - Information technology - 554 pages
The MISource CD-ROM uses advanced simulation technology, providing a tutorial program organised into two sections, "Computer Skills" and "MIS Knowledge". "The Computer Skills section includes coverage of Excel, Access, and PowerPoint for Office 2002 and 2003...video business cases and animated MIS concepts that revisit important MIS concepts including database systems, telecommunication, and systems analysis and design."--Back cover.
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INFORMATION AS A KEY RESOURCE
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