Information Systems Technology

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - Business & Economics - 386 pages
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This book introduces information systems and their underlying technologies to readers, laying a solid foundation of knowledge before discussing their use and management. Chapter topics cover hardware, software, database, and networking technologies; Internet and World Wide Web technologies; using information systems for electronic business, decision making, and business integration; managing information systems for strategic advantage; managing the development and purchase of information systems; and managing security, disaster recovery, and data retention. For individuals interested in a career in business, with an interest-but little or no knowledge of-information systems and the field of IT.

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Introduction to Information Systems Technology
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