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-- This modular text shows readers how businesses use—and need—information systems to accomplish their goals, objectives, and competitive strategy.
This modular text shows readers how businesses use--and need--information systems to accomplish their goals, objectives, and competitive strategy.
The Importance of MIS; Business Processes, Information, and Information Systems; Organizational Strategy, Information Systems, and Competitive Advantage; Hardware and Software; Database Processing; Data Communication; Enterprise Systems; E-Commerce, Web 2.0, and Social Networking; Business Intelligence and Information Systems for Decision Making; Information Systems Development; Information Systems Management; Information Security Management
Compiled in a modular and question-based format, this text explains to readers how information systems are used to solve business problems.
This modular text shows readers how businesses use—and need—information systems to accomplish their goals, objectives, and competitive strategy.
Table of Contents
Part 1: MIS and You
Chapter 1: The Importance of MIS
CE 1: Improving Your Collaboration Skills
CE 2: Using Collaboration Information Systems
Chapter 2: Business Processes, Information, and Information Systems
CE 3: Information Systems and Decision Making
Chapter 3: Organizational Strategy, Information Systems, and Competitive Advantage
CE 4: Knowledge Management and Expert Systems
Part 2: Information Technology
Chapter 4: Hardware and Software
CE 5: Introduction to Microsoft Excel
CE 6: Preparing a Computer Budget Using Excel
Chapter 5: Database Processing
CE 7: Database Design
CE 8: Using Microsoft Access
CE 9: Using Excel and Access Together
Chapter 6: Data Communication
CE 10: Remote, Nomadic, and Mobile Systems
Part 3: Using IS for Competitive Strategy
Chapter 7: Enterprise Systems
CE 11: Functional Processes, Applications, and Systems
CE 12: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems
Chapter 8: E-Commerce, Web 2.0, and Social Networking
CE 13: Supply Chain Management
CE 14: Processing Social Capital: Facebook, Twitter, and UGC
Chapter 9: Business Intelligence and Information Systems for Decision Making
CE 15: Database Marketing
CE 16: Reporting Systems and OLAP
CE 17: Geographic Information Systems
Part 4: Information Systems Management
Chapter 10: Information Systems Development
CE 18: Business Process Management
CE 19: Systems Development Project Management
Chapter 11: Information Systems Management
CE 20: Outsourcing
CE 21: Financing and Accounting for IS Projects
Chapter 12: Information Security Management
CE 22: International MIS