Information Revolution

Jim Davis & Allan Russell

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A strategic model for identifying, evaluating, and improving information use "Fundamentally changes how you look at the role of information technology and takes it to the leadership level, which is the only way for business performance to be maximized in this global economy.

What will you learn from this book

  1. Digital Transformation: The Information Revolution is fundamentally changing how businesses operate, communicate, and deliver value to customers.

  2. Data as a Strategic Asset: Data is becoming increasingly important as a strategic asset for businesses, driving decision-making and enabling innovation.

  3. Internet of Things (IoT): The IoT is connecting devices and enabling new ways of gathering and using data to improve efficiency and create new products and services.

  4. Artificial Intelligence (AI): AI is transforming industries by automating tasks, improving decision-making, and enabling new capabilities such as natural language processing and image recognition.

  5. Cloud Computing: Cloud computing is enabling businesses to access computing resources on-demand, reducing costs and increasing flexibility.

  6. Cybersecurity: As businesses become more reliant on digital technologies, cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important to protect against threats.

  7. Digital Disruption: The Information Revolution is leading to digital disruption, where traditional business models are being challenged by innovative digital competitors.

  8. Skills and Talent: Businesses need to invest in developing digital skills and attracting talent to remain competitive in the Information Revolution.

  9. Ethical and Social Implications: The Information Revolution raises ethical and social implications, such as privacy concerns and the impact of automation on jobs.

  10. Continuous Learning and Adaptation: Businesses need to continuously learn and adapt to the changing digital landscape to remain relevant and competitive.

Language English
ISBN-10 0471770728
ISBN-13 9780471770725
No of pages 195
Font Size Medium
Book Publisher Wiley
Published Date 20 Jan 2006

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Author : Jim Davis & Allan Russell

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