For undergraduate and graduate MIS courses.
An in-depth look at how today's businesses use information technologies.
Many businesses look for candidates who know how to use information systems, making a general understanding of information systems an asset to any business student. Laudon and Laudon continue to define the MIS course for all business majors by emphasizing how business objectives shape the application of new information systems and technologies.
Chapter 1: Business Information Systems in Your Career
Chapter 2: Global E-Business: and Collaboration
Chapter 3: Achieving Competitive Advantage with Information Systems
Chapter 4: IT Infrastructure: Hardware and Software
Chapter 5: Foundations of Business Intelligence: Databases and Information Management
Chapter 6: Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology
Chapter 7: Securing Information Systems Case 1: IBM Zone Trusted Information Channel (ZTIC)
Chapter 8: Achieving Operational Excellence and Customer Intimacy: Enterprise Applications
Chapter 9: E-Commerce: Digital Markets, Digital Goods
Chapter 10: Improving Decision Making and Managing Knowledge
Chapter 11: Building Information Systems and Managing Projects
Chapter 12: Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems