MIS - an analytical framework; The state of the art: computers and MIS; Functional subsystems - the horizontal dimension; Development and implementation of subsystems - the vertical dimension; The technological foundation of MIS: The effect of MIS on management and the management process; Management involvement and influence in MIS; The future of computerized information systems - the generation beyond.Examples of the former are the Burroughs L 8000, Honeywell 58, and IBM System 3, whereas the IBM 195, Univac 1110, and CDC 7600 are examples of the latter. ... Examples of this category are Wang Laboratories processors, Xerox Data Systems low-numbered Sigma Series, Digital ... They may have special instructions or hard-wired logic that enables them to do the specialized application moreanbsp;...
|Title||:||Management-oriented management information systems|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1972|