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Business Information Systems

Business Information Systems

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125905370
  • 1344 pages
  • Paperback
  • 6.25 X 9.5 inches
  • Book 475.00
  • 1998


With its emphasis on the managerial aspects of information systems, this book identifies the role of a manager in the process of planning, designing and developing IT infrastructure. It highlights the latest information in business systems and guides the reader on the various potent issues, their implications and possible solutions.

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Section-I: Planning Imperatives for IT Infrastructure: 1. Information and Managerial Effectiveness, 2. Business Information Systems, 3. Business Functions and Information Needs of Business, 4. Information Systems and Managerial Process, 5. Planning for IT Infrastructure, Section-II: Developing IT Infrastructure: 6. Defining Hardware Requirements, 7. Planning for Software Resources, 8. Development of Accounting Information System: A Modular Approach, 9. Planning for Databases, 10. Types of Information Systems and Need Resource Matching, Section-III: Shared Information Systems: 11. Data Communication and Networking, 12. Using Information Superhighways - Internet and Intranet, 13. Security Issues in IT Infrastructure, Section-IV: Personal Information Systems: 14. Microcomputers - End User Focus, 15. Office Suites and Productivity • Index