Principles of Information Systems / Edition 13 available in Hardcover
Develop an understanding of the core principles of IS and how it is practiced today with PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS, 13th edition. This edition combines the latest research with the most current coverage available as content highlights IS-related careers. You explore the challenges and risks of computer crimes, hacking, and cyberterrorism as well as the most current research on big data, analytics, and global IS and social networking. In addition, you examine business intelligence, cloud computing, e-commerce, enterprise systems, mobile computing, strategic planning, and systems acquisition. You learn how information systems can increase profits and reduce costs as you explore artificial intelligence, change management, data governance, environmental concerns, Internet of Everything, Internet censorship and net neutrality, virtual teams, and more. Interactive multimedia resources, MindTap, help you maximize success as an employee, decision maker, and business leader.
About the Author
Ralph Stair has taught Information Systems at many universities. He has published numerous articles and books including Succeeding with Technology, Programming in BASIC and many more.
George Reynolds has taught Information Systems at the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University (Ohio), Miami University (Ohio), the College of Mount St Joseph and Strayer University. Professor Reynolds has authored more than two dozen popular textbooks addressing various aspects of today's information technology and business.
Table of Contents
1. An Introduction to Information Systems. 2. Information Systems in Organizations. 3. Hardware and Mobile Devices. 4. Software and Mobile Applications. 5. Database Systems and Big Data. 6. Networks and Cloud Computing. 7. Electronic and Mobile Commerce. 8. Enterprise Systems. 9. Business Intelligence and Analytics. 10. Knowledge Management and Specialized Information Systems. 11. Strategic Planning and Project Management. 12. System Acquisition and Development. 13. Cybercrime and Information System Security. 14. Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues of Information Systems.