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An engaging introduction to how people use IS to solve business problems.
Using MIS shows readers how businesses use information systems and technology to accomplish their goals, objectives, and competitive strategy.
Table of Contents
PART 1 Why MIS?
Chapter 1 The Importance of MIS
Chapter 2 Collaboration Information Systems
Chapter 3 Strategy and Information Systems
PART 2 Information Technology
Chapter 4 Hardware and Software
Chapter 5 Database Processing
Chapter 6 Data Communication and the Cloud
PART 3 Using IS for Competitive Advantage
Chapter 7 Structured Processes and Information Systems
Chapter 8 Social Media Information Systems
Chapter 9 Business Intelligence Systems
PART 4 Information Systems Management
Chapter 10 Business Process and Information Systems Development
Chapter 11 Information Systems Management
Chapter 12 Information Security Management
The International Dimension
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