Introduction to Information Systems, 8th Edition Rainer, Prince 2020
2020 Test Bank and Instructor Solution Manual
- Publisher: Wiley; 8 edition (October 8, 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1119607566
- ISBN-13: 978-1119607564
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Introduction to Information Systems, 8th Edition teaches undergraduate business majors how to use information technology to master their current or future jobs. Students develop a working understanding of information systems and information technology and learn how to apply concepts to successfully facilitate business processes. This program demonstrates that IT is the backbone of any business, whether a student is majoring in accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, production/operations management, or MIS.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Introduction to Information Systems
- Organizational Strategy, Competitive Advantage, and Information Systems
- Ethics and Privacy
- Information Security
- Data and Knowledge Management
- Telecommunications and Networking
- E-Business and E-Commerce
- Wireless, Mobile Computing, and Mobile Commerce
- Social Computing
- Information Systems Within the Organization
- CRM and SCM
- Business Analytics
- Acquiring Information Systems and Applications
- TG 1. Hardware
- TG 2. Software
- TG 3. Cloud Computing
- TG 4. Artificial Intelligence
NEW TO THIS EDITION
- NEW Apply the Concept Activities include links to online videos and articles and other hands-on activities that require students to immediately apply what they have learned. Each one includes a background (context), an activity and a specific deliverable.
- NEW and Updated Chapter Opening and Closing Cases address a business problem faced by actual companies and how they used IS to solve these issues. Each case is followed by discussion questions, so that students can further explore the concepts presented in the case.
- NEW and UPDATED IT’s about Business Cases provide real-world applications, with questions that relate to concepts covered in the text. Icons relate these sections to the specific functional areas in the text.
- NEW Coverage on Emerging Topics like Big Data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, mobile computing, GDPR, Ransomware, 5G, Data Lakes, Commercial Imaging, FinTech, Conversational Commerce and more.
- What’s in IT for Me? Theme: Each course section opens with specific tasks showing how IT topics relate to students in business majors such as accounting, finance, marketing, operations management, MIS, and human resource management.
- Active Learning: Every chapter includes hands-on exercises, activities and mini-cases to actively involve students in problem solving, creative thinking, and capitalizing on opportunities. Through these activities and an interactive website, students are able to apply the concepts they learn.
- Diversified and Unique Examples from Different Industries: Extensive use of vivid examples from large corporations, small businesses, and government and not-for profit organizations enlivens the concepts from the chapter.
- Successes and Failures: Beyond presenting examples of the successful implementation of information systems, this course also provides numerous examples of IS failures so students can avoid the misuse of information systems in the future.
- Global Focus: This course provides a broad selection of international cases and examples that discuss the role of information systems in facilitating export and import, the management of international companies, and electronic trading around the globe.
- A Focus on Ethics: This course includes examples and cases that focus on business ethics in response to today’s ethical questions that permeate the news and affect everyday business decisions.
- A Focus on Big Data (Data and Knowledge Management): This course focuses on the importance of big data and business analytics and how data is manipulated in a business. A new section on relational database operations is included.
- Wiley IS Updates: News articles curated weekly provide students with application-based understanding of how the topics relate to the real world (each article is paired with several discussion questions to encourage critical thinking).
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