Managing information systems
...technology like PCs and develops outputs that are delivered to users or to other systems by means of electronic networks (Turban, Leidner, McLean, & Wetherbe, 2005, p. 18). “The term information system can be described technically as a collection of interrelated components that bring together, process, store, and distribute information to carry decision making and control in an organization” Information systems keep and maintain information about important people, places, and things inside the corporation or in the set up surrounding it (Laudon & Laudon, 1999, p. 7; Hoffer, Prescott, & McFadden, 2007, p. 429). According to (Shelly, Cashman, & Vermaat, 2005, p. 620... Managing...