Forms and processes of information systems evolution Conference or Workshop Item

@inproceedings{Ramage2006FormsAP,
  title={Forms and processes of information systems evolution Conference or Workshop Item},
  author={Magnus Ramage},
  year={2006}
}
The way in which software evolves over time has been much studied and is now fairly well-understood. What has been less thoroughly studied are the processes by which information systems – containing software as one component, but also with significant human and organisational aspects – evolve. In many organisations, few information systems are built at all from scratch, but rather are modified from or built on top of existing ones or bolted together from third-party components. In practice, the… CONTINUE READING

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