BUS 3551: Information Systems Management

Description

A comprehensive overview of the management of information systems and the combination of hardware, software, and people vital to the successful business operation. The strategic role of information systems is examined, as well as the characteristics of computer systems, software applications, programming languages, and relational databases.

Objectives

  1. Analyze the key differences between data, information, information technology (IT), and information systems (IS).
  2. Explain the similarities and differences of personal knowledge management tools.
  3. Examine the importance of mobile systems with regard to securing information and knowledge.
  4. Explain how information systems can be used to gain and sustain competitive advantage.
  5. Evaluate the approaches to developing organizational knowledge management strategies.
  6. Assess the key issues involved in managing the components of IT infrastructure.
  7. Summarize the requirements for successful collaboration in information systems management.
  8. Evaluate major types of hardware and software used by organizations.

PreRequisites

None

Textbook(s)

Using MIS 2017 (Rev: 10th ed.)

Publisher: Prentice Hall (2018)
Author: Kroenke, D. & Boyle, R. J.
ISBN: 9780134606996
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Author: Pearson
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