4 edition of Information systems for end-users found in the catalog.
Information systems for end-users
by Published on behalf of the Library and Information Research Group (UK) by Taylor Graham in London ; Los Angeles, CA
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Micheline Hancock-Beaulieu.|
|Contributions||Hancock-Beaulieu, Micheline., Library and Information Research Group (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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Information systems consist of people resources (end users and IS specialists), hardware resources (machines and media), software (programs and procedures), data (data and knowledge bases), and networks (communications media and network support) to perform input, processing, output, storage, and control activities that convert data resources. Role of End Users in Information System. The biggest help that they can be to the project management team are bodies that can provide clear, concise, and honest feedback on the look and feel of the information systems that are being developed.
The five areas of knowledge that are important for end users to understand Information Systems are: Foundation concepts: End users must be familiar with the basic components and the types of Information Systems there are. Also they need to be familiar with the general systems theory and theories of information processing (both machine and human). This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Information Systems, Technology and Management, ICISTM , held in Grenoble, France, in March The 38 revised papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 85 submissions.
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• End users: (also called users or clients) are people who use an information system or the information it produces. They can be accountants, salespersons, engineers, clerks, customers, or managers.
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Inès Saad is Associate Professor in Information Systems at France Business School and head of the "Management Education and Digital Technologies" research center. She also heads a Knowledge Management team at the MIS laboratory at the University of Picardie Jules Verne, France.
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For this reason it is good to have a strong background in information systems. Careers in information systems tend to be dynamic, team based, and focused on problem solving. Few information systems careers involve programming.