Managing Information Technology: Pearson New International Edition (7th edition)

Managing Information Technology: Pearson New International Edition (7th edition)

By: Carol V. Brown (author), Jeffrey A. Hoffer (author), Wainright E. Martin (author), William C. Perkins (author), Daniel W. DeHayes (author)Paperback

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For graduate and executive level MIS students, and practicing IS managers. A thorough and practical guide to IT management practices and issues.Managing Information Technology provides comprehensive coverage of IS management practices and technology trends for advanced students and managers. Through an approach that offers up-to-date chapter content and full-length case studies, this text presents a unique set of materials that educators can customize to their students' needs. The sixth edition has been thoroughly updated and streamlined to reflect current IS practices.


PART I: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Chapter 1. Managing IT in a Digital WorldChapter 2. Computer SystemsChapter 3. Telecommunications and NetworkingChapter 4. The Data ResourcePART II: APPLYING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYChapter 5. Enterprise SystemsChapter 6. Managerial Support SystemsChapter 7. E-Business SystemsPART III: ACQUIRING INFORMATION SYSTEMSChapter 8. Methodologies for Custom Software DevelopmentChapter 9. Methodologies for Purchased Software PackagesChapter 10. IT Project ManagementPART IV: THE INFORMATION MANGEMENT SYSTEMChapter 11. Planning Information Systems ResourcesChapter 12. Leading the Information Systems FunctionChapter 13. Information SecurityChapter 14. Legal, Ethical, and Social Issues

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781292023465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 728
  • ID: 9781292023465
  • weight: 1545
  • ISBN10: 1292023465
  • edition: 7th edition

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