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For undergraduate and graduate courses in introductory information systems
Information Systems Today: Managing the Digital World is everything a reader needs to know about IS in a contemporary, useful, and fun read.
Managing in the Digital World; Fueling Globalization through Information Systems; Valuing Information Systems Investments; Managing the Information Systems Infrastructure; Enabling Commerce Using the Internet; Enhancing Collaboration Using Web 2.0; Securing Information Systems; Enhancing Business Intelligence Using Information Systems; Building Organizational Partnerships Using Enterprise Information Systems; Developing and Acquiring Information Systems; Managing Information Systems Ethics and Crime
MARKET: One of the greatest challenges in presenting IS material is keeping pace with what is happening in the real-world. This text shows readers how information technology and systems are becoming increasingly important in all aspects of today’s organizations and society.
Bring current, real-world concepts into your classroom with Information Systems Today: Managing the Digital World.
One of the greatest challenges in teaching IS courses is keeping pace with what's happening in the real-world. This text shows students how information technology and systems are becoming increasingly important in all aspects of today's organizations and society.
The fourth edition of this text has updated what's current in the world of IS while retaining the tried and true concepts of the previous editions.
Table of Contents
|Managing in the Digital World|
|Fueling Globalization through Information Systems|
|Valuing Information Systems Investments|
|Managing the Information Systems Infrastructure|
|Enabling Commerce Using the Internet|
|Enhancing Collaboration Using Web 2.0|
|Securing Information Systems|
|Enhancing Business Intelligence Using Information Systems|
|Building Organizational Partnerships Using Enterprise Information Systems|
|Developing and Acquiring Information Systems|
|Managing Information Systems Ethics and Crime Technology Briefing:Advanced Topics and Trends in Managing the Information Systems Infrastructure|
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