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Information Systems Today: Managing the Digital World

Information Systems Today: Managing the Digital World
Author(s) : Joseph Valacich, Christoph Schneider
Publisher : Pearson
Pub. Date : Feb 2017
Edition : 8th
Format : Softcover
ISBN-10 : 0134606450
ISBN-13 : 9780134606453
IE ISBN : 1292215976 / 9781292215976
Subject(s) : Computer Science & Technology
For undergraduate courses in management information systems

A modern, case study-based exploration of Management Information Systems. Information Systems Today: Managing in a Digital World opens each chapter with a case study so students can quickly understand how and why information systems are essential in today’s evolving business landscape. The authors selected cases that highlight real-world companies, technologies, and issues that illuminate the chapter topics.

Aligning major concepts with the latest trends, the Eighth Edition explores how the rise of mobile computing, cloud computing, social media, the Internet of Things, and Big Data affect information systems. Valacich and Schneider continue to use real-world examples to further illustrate key points and help students retain valuable insights.

This is a brand new International Edition. The cover may look different but the book content (in english) is the same with US Hardcover. Printed in original color on high quality paper. Everything is identical to US Edition.


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