In addition to capital infrastructure and consumers, digital information created by individual and corporate consumers of information technology is quickly being recognized as a key economic resource and an extremely valuable asset to a company. Organizational, Legal, and Technological Dimensions of Information System Administration recognizes the importance of information technology by addressing the most crucial issues, challenges, opportunities, and solutions related to the role and responsibility of an information system. Highlighting various aspects of the organizational and legal implications of system administration, this reference work will be useful to managers, IT professionals, and graduate students who seek to gain an understanding in this discipline.In Bergstra, J., aamp; Burgess, M. (Eds.), Handbook of network and system administration (pp. ... Retrieved July 4, 2013, from http:// www.gsa.gov/portal/ category/102371 Feng, X., Guoyan, L., Hao, H., aamp; Li, X. (2004). ... the Sarbanes- Oxley Act. Retrieved from http://www.frc.org. uk/documents/pagemanager/frc/ draftguide.pdf Freudenthal, E., Pesin, T., Port, L., Keenan, E., aamp; Karamcheti, V. ( 2002). ... Essential system administration: Tools and techniques for linux and unix administration (3rded.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Organizational, Legal, and Technological Dimensions of Information System Administration|
|Author||:||Portela, Irene Maria|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2013-09-30|