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It is accepted, generally, that Information Systems (IS) personnel have specific needs and present a unique set of problems for management. This position is challenged. It is our contention that IS personnel exhibit relatively few differences when compared with other, similar, occupational...
It can be expected that people's opinions about the future will differ. Consequently a high degree of concurrence cannot be anticipated if a mixed group of academics and practitioners are asked to forecast aspects of the future of application systems development.
In their study of user manager's systems needs, Alloway and Quillard surveyed 529 managers to determine whether current systems supported their information needs. Managers reported that only 44% of the installed base of application systems, most of which were transaction processing systems, were...
There is considerable disagreement as to whether or not a procedural language, such as COBOL, should be included in the junior/senior year course work of information systems students. The curriculum recommendations of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) includes a procedural language...
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