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Routledge German Dictionary of Information Technology

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This volume consists of some 25,000 headwords in both German and English, drawn from all the major areas in the field of Information Technology.

PTO Strategic Information Technology Plan Fiscal Years 1999 2004 Executive Overview

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Trade in Information Technology

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"This study forms part of the activities of the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO (ITC) on the export and market development of technology and engineering products"--Page iii.

New Information Technology and Participation in Ireland and the European Community

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Project Management for Information Technology Business and Certification

Author : Gopal K. Kapur
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Project Management for Information, Technology, Business, and Certification provides you with proven project-management processes, broadly-tested techniques, and solid approaches to successfully manage projects of varying sizes and complexity. IT and business students will find this text useful in educating them on the important role disciplined project management plays in transforming corporate strategy into reality.

Library Information Science Abstracts

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Information Technology New Generations

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This book collects articles presented at the 13th International Conference on Information Technology- New Generations, April, 2016, in Las Vegas, NV USA. It includes over 100 chapters on critical areas of IT including Web Technology, Communications, Security, and Data Mining.

Information Media Technology

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Information Technology

Author : Ricardo Reis
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This book contains a selection of tutorials on hot topics in information technology, which were presented at the IFIP World Computer Congress. WCC2004 took place at the Centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis, in Toulouse, France, from 22 to 27 August 2004. The 11 chapters included in the book were chosen from tutorials proposals submitted to WCC2004. These papers report on several important and state-of-the-art topics on information technology such as: Quality of Service in Information Networks Risk-Driven Development of Security-Critical Systems Using UMLsec Developing Portable Software Formal Reasoning About Systems, Software and Hardware Using Functionals, Predicates and Relations The Problematic of Distributed Systems Supervision Software Rejuvenation - Modeling and Analysis Test and Design-for-Test of Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits Web Services Applications of Multi-Agent Systems Discrete Event Simulation Human-Centered Automation We hereby would like to thank IFIP and more specifically WCC2004 Tutorials Committee and the authors for their contribution. We also would like to thank the congress organizers who have done a great job. Ricardo Reis Editor QUALITY OF SERVICE IN INFORMATION NETWORKS Augusto Casaca IST/INESC, R. Alves Redol, 1000-029, Lisboa, Portugal. Abstract: This article introduces the problems concerned with the provision of end-- end quality of service in IP networks, which are the basis of information networks, describes the existing solutions for that provision and presents some of the current research items on the subject. Key words: Information networks, IP networks, Integrated Services, Differentiated Services, Multiprotocol Label Switching, UMTS.

Information Systems for Managers

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Managing Information Technology

Author : Carol V. Brown
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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. A thorough and practical guide to IT management practices and issues. Through an approach that offers up-to-date chapter content and full-length case studies, Managing Information Technology presents in-depth coverage on IS management practices and technology trends. The sixth edition has been thoroughly updated and streamlined to reflect current IS practices.

The Executive s Guide to Information Technology

Author : John Baschab
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Praise for the The Executive's Guide to Information Technology "This book is important reading. It offers practical, real-world insight and pragmatic no-nonsense approaches for people who have a stake in corporate IT. " --Lynda Applegate, Henry R. Byers Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School "Information systems and processes are very important parts of our due diligence assessment of a company--yet the jargon is often more difficult to understand than many foreign languages. Baschab and Piot effectively translate IT into words and concepts that businesspeople can easily understand and act upon. This book is a helpful reference guide for corporate executives and private equity groups of all types." --Neal Aronson, Managing Partner, Roark Capital Group "Business success increasingly depends on effective use of IT. Effective use of IT depends on the kind of in-depth, practical insight in this book. Baschab and Piot provide a pragmatic approach to information systems investment that should be required reading for senior executives and CIOs alike." --Erik Brynjolfsson, Schussel Professor of Management, Director of the Center for Digital Business, MIT "This book should provide valuable guidance for management and technology consultants. The Executive's Guide to Information Technology provides field-proven insight on all important aspects of IT planning and execution, from governance to applications to operations and infrastructure." --Gary J. Fernandes, former vice chairman, EDS, member of the Board of Directors, Computer Associates "Baschab and Piot do a great job of laying out the fundamental issues and challenges that every IT organization faces. More often than not, the issues are not technical in nature, but are a reflection of how the IT and business teams work together to define, execute, and implement new business tools. The threshold issue is leadership. Often it is difficult for business leaders to feel that they have the skills and perspective to provide that leadership on technical projects. The Executive's Guide to Information Technology provides non-technical business leaders a solid framework for engaging with their IT peers." --Tom Nealon, Chief Information Officer, J.C. Penney

Journal of Management Information Systems

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Communication Technology Impact

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Information Technology for Managers

Author : George Reynolds
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Now today's managers can prepare to successfully oversee and understand information systems with Reynold’s INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MANAGERS, 2E. This practical, insightful book prepares current and future managers to understand the critical business implications of information technology. A wealth of actual contemporary examples demonstrate how successful managers can apply information technology to improve their organizations. A new chapter on IT security, hands-on scenarios and practical cases give readers an opportunity to apply what they’re learning. This edition’s solid framework helps define the manager’s important role in information technology and in working effectively with all members of the organization to achieve results. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Iowa Administrative Bulletin

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Introduction to Information Technology

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Information Technology and Management

Author : William L. Cats-Baril
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Information Technology and Management, Second Edition by Thompson and Cats-Baril is not just an introduction to information technology; rather, it is an introduction to business processes and the information systems that can make these processes more effective. The book covers the traditional topics of information technology, information system components, and information system development. But it goes beyond this traditional coverage, showing how businesses function and how information systems enable businesses to function more effectively. The theme of IT and organizational responsiveness has been retained, but now centers on the context of how an information system can impact the competitiveness of an organization.

The Information Systems Research Challenge

Author : Kenneth L. Kraemer
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Information Technology Innovation and the Japanese Economy

Author : Kazunori Minetaki
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The notion that innovation in information technology could spark a revitalization of the Japanese economy became a hot topic in 2000, and the Japanese government announced an e-Japan Strategy for creating a "knowledge emergent society" in January 2001. However, just when a consensus seemed to be emerging regarding the importance of IT innovation in Japan, the country's IT industries were deeply influenced by a recession that originated in the U.S. Although economic conditions have improved, strong IT-driven economic growth in Japan has not bounced back. Using a newly constructed set of data, this book examines how the Japanese economy has been affected by advances in information and communications technology, and whether Japan's experience with IT advancement was a short-lived bubble or part of a truly revolutionary change in the Japanese economy that will lead to long-term growth. The authors discuss similarities and differences between Japan's experience with IT innovation and that of the United States, where IT is thought to have played a major role in stimulating the economy.