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- British Computer Society 2009; US$ 30.99
1 Introduction 2 The Online Information Society 3 Having Fun Safely Online: Some Golden Rules 4 Your Children?s Online Safety 5 All in the Name of National Safety 6 Our Choice of Future Notes References and Further Reading more...
- British Computer Society 2004; US$ 59.99
De-mystifying the academic theory, Elizabeth Sparrow provides genuine case studies from a variety of industries to explain a range of business models, and comments on them from the hands-on world of IT management. A Guide to Global Sourcing examines the opportunities and obstacles assocaited with offshore outsourcing and other global delivery... more...
- British Computer Society 2005; US$ 59.99
"Our JIT (Just-in-Time) manufacturing systems are working fine in Germany, why don't they work in Brazil? The technology is the same - so what's the difference" - German-Brazilian automotive manufacturing CEO The biggest problems faced by those involved in designing, managing and intergrating networked systems are often not technical - they are... more...
- British Computer Society 2009; US$ 51.99
Introduction 1 Testing fundamentals 2 Reviews 3 Testing and risk 4 Test management 5 Test analysis and design 6 The examination APPENDICES A Mind maps of the main chapters B Definition, interpretation and examples of K levels more...
- British Computer Society 2009; US$ 51.99
1 Introduction 2 The UML Diagrams 3 Requirements for Process Modelling 4 The Process Meta-model Expanded 5 Process Mapping and Metrics 6 Case Study 7 The bigger picture ? Enterprise Architecture 8 Presentation 9 Teaching guide 10 Tools and automation 11 Answers to exercises Appendix A: Summary of the Process Modelling Meta-model... more...
- British Computer Society 2008; US$ 31.99
This unrivalled study aid and reference tool is divided into themed sections making it much more than just a list of definitions. It is designed to support those taking computer courses or courses where computers are used, including GCSE, A-Level, ECDL and 14-19 Diplomas in Functional Skills, in schools and further education colleges. more...
- British Computer Society 2006; US$ 59.99
1 Introduction to data protection 2 Transparency 3 General rules on lawfulness 4 The right to object 5 Transborder data flows 6 Privacy and electronic communications 7 Enforcing data protection laws 8 Compliance more...
- British Computer Society 2007; US$ 47.99
This book is for IT managers, executives and consultants who need to raise their service standards, are contemplating offshoring their IT or moving towards 24x7 service excellence. Written from a real-life business persepctive, this book explores not only existing and developing global IT standards, but IT performance aspirations, and the cultural... more...
- British Computer Society 2008; US$ 47.99
"David Miller makes the reader think about how IT activities really contribute value to the business. Building on familiar techniques such as EFQM and ITIL v3, his models dig deep into how business value in IT can be analysed, assessed and improved. A good read for existing and aspiring CIOs" - Bob Assirati, Projects Director, Office of Government... more...
- British Computer Society 2008; US$ 46.99
Our ability to successfully enable business change seems inversely proportional to what we invent. This book brings together common sense and best practice to help address this situation. Well worth reading, for IT professionals and business managers alike. (John Suffolk, Her Majesty's Government Chief Information Officer). Future-proofing your... more...