Building a Corporate Internet Strategy: The it Manager's Guide

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VNR, Jan 1, 1996 - Business enterprises - 236 pages
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Many companies spend enormous amounts of time and money making the Internet a key factor within organizations. Naturally, CEOs, board of directors and stockholders don't like to hear about short-sighted goals, misspent time, out-of-date equipment, and a lot of money invested with little to show for it. To gain support at the highest levels, you need a defined agenda and implementation plan. Using this information technology manager's guide, you will be able to create an Internet plan that has full support of business managers.

Building a Corporate Internet Strategy provides the information you need to:
-- Quantify your return on investment
-- Build your business case
-- Create your company's operating policy
-- Get up to spend on crucial technical and management issues
-- Construct your own intranet

"(This book) defines an information technology manager's agenda, outlines an implementation strategy, and presents a realistic business plan". -- Bookwatch

"From developing corporate online policies to handling security issues, this is packed with practical detail". -- Midwest Book Review

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AMIT K. MAITRA, President and founder of Satlink Communications, Inc., provides research and advisory services for developing long-term IS strategies. He is also a visiting scholar at the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania. During his twenty years as an IS engineer and project manager, Maitra has held positions with NASA and several leading defense contractors.

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