Covers a wide variety of topics and is designed with the end-user in mind. Unlike some texts, it focuses equally on microcomputers and mainframes. In addition, since database management systems are likely to be a priority with managers, it includes consistent and focused coverage of DBMSs throughout it as well as in selected chapters. With a proven pedagogic approach employing chapter outlines, self-tests and review questions, it provides an indispensable resource for all end-users.
Table of Contents
Computing in Business.
Productivity Tools: Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Database Management.
Input and Output.
Storage and Files.
Using Data Communications and Networks.
System Software and Specialized Application Packages.
Software Development Languages and Tools.
Systems Analysis and Design.
Database Management Systems.
Management Information Systems.
Social Issues and Technological Trends.