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Enterprise System Architectures: Building Client Server and Web Based Systems

Mark Goodyear
September 28, 1999

Experts from Andersen Consulting show you how to combine computing, communications, and knowledge to deliver a uniquely new-and entirely indispensable-competitive advantage.Lead, Follow, or get out of the wayYour company's ability to sustain a competitive advantage is in jeopardy. Your competitors...

Local Area Network Handbook, Sixth Edition

John P. Slone
September 28, 1999

Today's enterprise cannot effectively function without a network, and today's enterprise network is almost always based on LAN technology. In a few short years, LANs have become an essential element of today's business environment. This time in the spotlight, while well deserved, has not come...

Systems Development Handbook, Fourth Edition

Paul C. Tinnirello
August 31, 1999

The Systems Development Handbook provides practical guidance for the range of new applications problems, featuring contributions from many industry experts. The book provides step-by-step charts, tables, schematics, and a comprehensive index for easy access to topics and areas of related interest....

Effective Use of Teams for IT Audits

Martin Krist
August 30, 1999

Most organizations find that an empowered team will improve the effectiveness of the IT auditing function. Such a team has the appropriate authority, resources, and skills to perform a project, determine the solution, and implement that solution without outside intervention. Audit management should...

Analyzing Business Information Systems: An Object-Oriented Approach

Shouhong Wang
August 18, 1999

Analyzing Business Information Systems provides a comprehensive object-oriented domain analysis of business information systems. It develops generic object-oriented platforms for business data processing and management information systems; business processes and group work support systems (office...

Internet Management

Jessica Keyes
July 28, 1999

Internet Management is an encyclopedia of Internet management know-how. Over the course of 50 chapters, experts provide advice on everything from choosing the right Web database to finding a reliable Web consultant, and the implications of using CGI to the pros and cons of using GIF. And throughout...

Building Organizational Intelligence: A Knowledge Management Primer

Jay Liebowitz
July 21, 1999

"Sharing knowledge is power." If ever there were a field to which this applies, it is the knowledge management industry. And in today's highly-competitive, fast-paced business world, corporations, businesses and organizations in both the public and private sectors are constantly searching for new...

Leading Your Business into the Future with the Internet

Danielle Vallee
June 25, 1999

It is estimated that over 61 million adults in the US and over 100 million worldwide are using the Internet. That is an incredible market for the business person savvy enough to tap into it.This new media has its own rules, requirements, and specifications. It offers possibilities no other media...

After the Y2K Fireworks: Business and Technology Strategies

Bhuvan Unhelkar
May 24, 1999

After the Y2K Fireworks focuses on the business and technical aspects of surviving the year 2000 problem - from an author conversant with both business (particularly financial) and computer professionals.More companies than not will fail to prevent the problems arising from this potential...

Knowledge-Based Intelligent Techniques in Character Recognition

Lakhmi C. Jain, Beatrice Lazzerini
April 29, 1999

Knowledge-Based Intelligent Techniques in Character Recognition presents research results on intelligent character recognition techniques, reflecting the tremendous worldwide interest in the applications of knowledge-based techniques in this challenging field.This resource will interest anyone...

Soft Computing in Human-Related Sciences

Horia-Nicolai L Teodorescu, Abraham Kandel, Lakhmi C. Jain
April 29, 1999

Hard boundaries have traditionally existed between such fields as fuzzy systems, neural networks, genetic algorithms, chaotic systems and expert systems. Gradually those boundaries are tending to vanish and "soft computing"-based systems that mix these different approaches have begun to...

Network Systems Design

Erol Gelenbe, Kallol Bagchi, George Zobrist
April 23, 1999

Addressing the major issues involved in network design and architectures, this text deals primarily with systems and application as related to network system design; it also provides tutorials and surveys and relates new important research results. The intent is to provide a set of tools based on...

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