For years managers have been told they need to become computer "literate." Unfortunately, that usually meant poring over computer guidebooks or technical journals that left them more baffled than enlightened. The technology was so complex, and the language so foreign, that many became discouraged and decided to "leave it to the experts." Those days are now over. Every Manager's Guide to Information Technology is designed for every business person who wants to understand how information technology is used in business today. It is not meant to be an exhaustive or comprehensive list, but rather a selective guide to the key terms and concepts that are reshaping every industry. It not only provides a vocabulary of core IT terms, but also explains their relevance to managers in easily understood language.
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Subtítulo: A GLOSSARY OF KEY TERMS AND CONCEPTS FOR TODAY'S B