Information Technology and the Networked Economy
by Patrick G. McKeown
Publisher: Cengage Learning 2009
Number of pages: 507
Explore how information systems are used in business, and, more importantly, how the role of information systems has grown as a result of the telecommunications revolution. Using his unique perspective, author Patrick McKeown links the foundations of information systems to the demands of e-commerce, connectivity, and Internet-based transaction processing -- the 'networked economy.'
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