Outsiders: an exploratory history of IS in corporations

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Gannon, Brian;
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Subject: csis | man

This paper is an exploratory study that provides a brief history of information systems (IS) in corporations that are not part of the Information Technology sector, such as retailers, banks, government agencies and so on. It looks at the development of the IS function a... View more
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