Niederman, Fred
November 2007
Communications of the Association for Information Systems;2007, Vol. 20, p26
Academic Journal
An essay is presented about management information systems (MIS). The term information technology (IT) is used differently in the essay. MIS refers to concerns regarding the responsibility to provide information resources throughout an organization. It states that for boundary spanners who publish in management and MIS or in computer science and MIS, it may be difficult to see the benefits of identifying with MIS. It adds that the health of the MIS field might withstand a significant number of researchers unconcerned for the field overall.


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