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Introduction to Computer Information Systems

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An open educational resource to supplement course materials for an undergraduate college credit course in Computer Information Systems
Computers in Your Life

Introductory computer information systems topics include computer hardware, software, networking, the Internet, information systems, programming, databases, and social issues. This complete book may be downloaded as a collection from Wikibooks:Collections/Introduction to Computer Information Systems.

Introduction to Computers[edit | edit source]

Mobile Devices
  1. Computers in Your Life
  2. What is a Computer?
  3. Computers to Fit Every Need
  4. Computer Networks and the Internet
  5. Computers and Society
  6. Review

Hardware[edit | edit source]

IPO Diagram
  1. The System Unit
  2. Storage
  3. Input and Output

Software[edit | edit source]

  1. Systems Software
  2. Applications Software


Networks and the Internet[edit | edit source]

  1. What is a Network?
  2. The Internet and the World Wide Web
  3. Internet Security

Business on the Web[edit | edit source]

  1. Using Multimedia on the Web
  2. Advantages of E-Commerce
Systems Development Life Cycle

Systems[edit | edit source]

  1. Systems Development
  2. Programming Languages
  3. Database Management Systems

Computers and Society[edit | edit source]

  1. Security and Privacy
  2. Intellectual Property and Ethics

See Also[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]