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Author: James A. O'Brien
ISBN: 0256209375
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Pages 514 pages
Publisher Richard d Irwin; Subsequent edition (October 1, 1996)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 719
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by James A. O'Brien


Introduction to Information Systems Paperback – 2004. by James A. O'Brien (Author). Another book I can go without ever having to look at again.

Introduction to Information Systems Paperback – 2004. Needed It for school, it served that purpose and I will never pick it up again! I am not looking to be involved with information security but needed the class that goes along with the book.

Introduction to Information Systems with MISource 2007 by James O'Brien (2007-11-15). George M. Marakas is an associate professor of Information Systems at the School of Business at the University of Kansas. Introduction to Information Systems, 7e WileyPLUS + Loose-leaf.

Introduction to Information Systems book.

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O’Brien’s Introduction to Information Systems 14e continues to reflect the movement toward enterprise-wide business . Looking forward to do business again. Introduction to Information Systems. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. received my item very quickly

O’Brien’s Introduction to Information Systems 14e continues to reflect the movement toward enterprise-wide business applications. received my item very quickly. and the book was in excellent condition.

James A. O'Brien, George M. Marakas. Peter J. Pecora, Ronald C. Kessler, Jason Williams, A. Chris Downs, Diana J. English, James White, Kirk O'Brien. 2. 2 Mb. What Works in Foster Care?: Key Components of Success From the Northwest Foster Care Alumni Study. Категория: Образование. 5 Mb. Books and Their Readers in Eighteenth-Century England: New Essays. Isabel Rivers, Isabel Rivers, Antonia Forster, Scott Mandelbrote, Karen O'Brien, James Raven, Michael F. Suarez, Marcus Walsh, Brian Young.

O’Brien’s Introduction to Information Systems 15e reflects the contemporary use of enterprise-wide business systems. New real-world case studies continue to correspond with this industry reality. The text’s focus is on teaching the future manager the potential effect on business of the most current IT technologies such as the Internet, Intranets, and Extranets for enterprise collaboration, and how IT contributes to competitive advantage, reengineering business processes, problem solving, and decision-making.

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Introduction to Information l StudentPaperback – 1 October 1993. The authors are stuck in the land that IT forgot. O'Brien(Author). They talk a lot about mainframes, microcomputer workstations, and modems.

James O'brien Binding: Paperback Publication date: 2005. A few fun quotes about "Information Appliances" from page 91

This text is designed in a traditional format with coverage of topics that support information systems literacy. This edition offers less theory and more information on the basic building blocks needed to understand the concepts and technology necessary for readers to become intelligent users of information systems. The modular structure of this work maximizes flexibility with a framework organized into five areas: foundation concepts, technology, applications, development and management. Updated to include more examples of small business cases to emphasize fleet footed, growth-oriented companies employing fewer than 200 employees, the work also includes hands-on database and spreadsheet and Internet application exercises.
Goldendragon
I had to get this for a class. It comes as loose leaf bundle of paper that has no resale value.

The authors are stuck in the land that IT forgot. This is an old book with a couple references to "new" technology thrown in to justify a new edition. They talk a lot about mainframes, microcomputer workstations, and modems. A few fun quotes about "Information Appliances" from page 91:

"cellular phones and pagers...promise internet access and the ability to perform basic computational chores."

"the RIM BlackBerry, a small, pager-sized device that can perform all of the common PDA functions, plus act as a fully functional mobile telephone...doesn't even have a visible antenna."

"new entrants to this field...the iPhone essentially combines three products--a revolutionary mobile phone, a wide-screen iPod music and video player..."

I paid $140 for this book to find out that that Apple makes a phone that plays music?
Wenyost
I have a Kindle fire hd and have downloaded this book for my college class. I really enjoy having this book in this form since I can search, highlight, and check definitions of terms I might not know. If you have the option to download it I would suggest doing so. I am not sure about the loose leaf version from what I have read that thing is a nightmare. If you are looking at this book then you more than likely having to buy it (or rent if able I buy main class's books) for class and if you have a kindle hd (cause I have heard the other ones do not zoom in so well) and enjoy books on your pad then why would you not. You get it that day and you know what you can do with it. To tell you the truth I only bought a kindle to be able to buy my college books in this form.
Felolune
One of the worst written textbooks I have ever read. It's inefficient and ineffective, oddly striving to make simple concepts seem much more complex (the opposite of what a textbook is supposed to do). Overall the writing is convoluted, repetitive, and incoherent.
Risky Strong Dromedary
Amazon delivered this text quickly, and I appreciate that. I had it shipped to a different address than I typically ship to, with no issues. This text version was in loose leaf. So there is a requirement to purchase a three ring binder to hold the text. The text was good for the class. However I was constantly nervous that I was going to rip the pages out of the binder by accident due to them being printed on what seemed not so durable recycled paper. Overall a good textbook, get a good three ring binder, don't let your kids touch the book unless you want to paste ripped page reinforcements to the holes.
Shakar
Good BOOK
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
First of all, when I read the previous reviews I thought the worse of the textbook, specially from the review where the person states to look for a binder where I can fit it in. However, when I got it I was relieved to see it. I actually like it and it was delivered when it was promised by Amazon. So I would give five stars to amazon and four stars to the textbook because I do agree that loose leaf is a pain. To solve the loose leaf dilemma, I'm going to laminate both front and back covers to make it more sturdy and use metal book rings to keep it together. I already carry a binder with notes and I really don't need to carry another one. I hope my idea helps future buyers. I'll post pics of my textbook when I get it done :)
Modigas
Read this book for a class I'm taking online. I found it to be quite difficult to read and understand due to the heavy use of acronyms and business only terms. The class I was taking was Intro to Business Information Systems class so I guess I expected less technical terms.
Another book I can go without ever having to look at again. Needed It for school, it served that purpose and I will never pick it up again! I am not looking to be involved with information security but needed the class that goes along with the book.