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Management Information Systems

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    Management Information Systems, in its tenth edition, continues to base itself on the business and managerial perspective by following a modular structure which reflects the five major areas of the framework (Business Applications, Management Challenges, Information Technologies, Foundation Concepts, and Development Processes). The Text defines technology and then explains how companies use the technology to improve performance. Real world cases finalize the explanation. This edition, like its predecessors, aims to help students learn how to use and manage information technologies to revitalize business processes, improve business decision making, and gain competitive advantage 2013.

    Table of Contents

    Features

  • 29 New Real World cases and 14 Indian Case-studies: provide in-depth business examples of the successes and challenges that companies experience in implementing the information technology concepts covered in each chapter
  • Emerging Technologies: includes Cloud Computing, Smashups and Widgets, Grid and Autonomic Computing, Radiofrequency identification (RFID), and In-Memory Computing among other sub-topics
  • More than 95 case-studies: Will feature

    Module I: Foundation Concepts

    1. Foundations of Information Systems in Business

    Section I: Foundation Concepts: Information Systems in Business

    Section II: Foundation Concepts: The Components of Information Systems

    2. Competing with Information Technology

    Section I: Fundamentals of Strategic Advantage

    Section II: Using Information Technology for Strategic Advantage

    Module II: Information Technologies

    3. Computer Hardware

    Section I: Computer Systems: End User and Enterprise Computing

    Section II: Computer Peripherals: Input, Output, and Storage Technologies

    4. Computer Software

    Section I: Application Software: End User Applications

    Section II: System Software: Computer System Management

    5. Data Resource Management

    Section I: Technical Foundations of Database Management

    Section II: Managing Data Resources

    6. Telecommunications and Networks

    Section I: The Networked Enterprise

    Section II: Telecommunications Network Alternatives

    Module III: Business Applications

    7. E-Business Systems

    Section I: E-Business Systems

    Section II: Functional Business Systems

    8. Enterprise Business Systems

    Section I: Getting All the Geese Lined Up: Managing at the Enterprise Level

    Section II: Enterprise Resource Planning: The Business Backbone

    Section III: Supply Chain Management: The Business Network

    9. E-Commerce Systems

    Section I: E-Commerce Fundamentals

    Section II: E-Commerce Applications and Issues

    10. Supporting Decision Making

    Section I: Decision Support in Business

    Section II: Artificial Intelligence Technologies in Business

    Module IV: Development Processes

    11. Developing Business or IT Strategies

    Section I: Planning Fundamentals

    Section II: Implementation Challenges

    12. Developing Business or IT Solutions

    Section I: Developing Business Systems

    Section II: Implementing Business Systems

    Module V: Management Challenges

    13. Security and Ethical Challenges

    Section I: Security, Ethical, and Societal Challenges of IT

    Section II: Security Management of Information Technology

    14. Enterprise and Global Management of Information Technology

    Section I: Managing Information Technology

    Section II: Managing Global IT

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