Jack D. Shorter

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Astkincidenceof nontraditknal system develomtby persons with primry job responsibilities other than softmre developllenthas bma~ canmnplace, additio& roleshwe been d by inform&ion system professionals. Acting as education specialistsand as consuhnts for end userswho directly controltkircanpltingactivities aretwoof thenew roles. Guidance provided by(More)
Because the health care administrator faces unprecedented demands concerning information, well-designed and carefully selected information systems have become a critical factor in the viability and survival of health care institutions. Local area network systems are having a significant impact in this regard. Among their advantages are flexibility,(More)
A survey of business schools accredited by the Assembly of American Collegiate Schools of Business has provided data on the hardware and software used in introductory database courses. Survey results show that the size computer used most often in the course is the microcomputer, followed in popularity by upper-end minicomputers. Relational database(More)
Wi-Fi, short for Wireless Fidelity, is a wireless technology that allows you to connect to the Internet without the physical attachment of wires or cables. Once called the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA), the Wi-Fi Alliance, which was formed in 1999, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to certifying the interoperability of wireless Local(More)
In today’s fast moving world, the use of technology has become a part of everyday life. Whether it is using a computer to access the Internet, sending email, or using cell phones to contact friends and family, technology is found in almost everything. Technology provides many conveniences such as online banking, renewing a driver’s license, making a(More)
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