Business Information Systems

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Palgrave Macmillan, May 15, 2009 - Business & Economics - 512 pages
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Focused on the needs of business and management students, this text provides a comprehensive introduction to informatics and its application in organizations. Assuming no prior knowledge, it builds concepts incrementally, using a strong theoretical base supported by practical examples to develop a coherent, integrated understanding of the subject. Companion Website: 

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Useful book, but it has some dodgy definitions. For example bandwidth is definitely not "measured in bits per second" that is the bit rate. Does make you wonder about the validity of the rest of his definitions.

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PAUL BEYNON-DAVIES is Professor of Business Informatics at the Cardiff Business School at Cardiff University, UK. He spent several years in the ICT industry and is the author of a number of highly successful books including Information Systems, Information Systems Development and Database Systems.

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