Business Driven Information Systems7th Edition
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MODULE 1 Business Driven MIS
Chapter 1 Management Information Systems: Business DrivenMIS
Chapter 2 Decisions and Processes: Value Driven Business
Chapter 3 Ebusiness: Electronic Business Value Chapter 4Ethics and Information Security: MIS Business Concerns
MODULE 2 Technical Foundations of MIS
Chapter 5 Infrastructures: Sustainable Technologies
Chapter 6 Data: Business Intelligence
Chapter 7 Networks: Mobile Business
MODULE 3 Enterprise MIS
Chapter 8 Enterprise Applications: Business Communications
Chapter 9 Systems Development and Project Management:Corporate Responsibility
APPENDIX Appendix A Hardware and Software Basics Appendix BNetworks and Telecommunications Appendix C Designing Databases Appendix DEmerging Trends and Technologies Appendix E Connectivity: The Business Value ofa Networked World Apply Your Knowledge Glossary Notes Index
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