Modern Information Systems
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Modern Information Systems - IT Infrastructure: Part 1
In Part 1 of a two-part program, Grannis explains the concept of the Information Framework, and discusses the first three of seven models used to describe aspects of an organization's…
Modern Information Systems - IT Infrastructure: Part 2
In Part 2, Grannis discusses the last four of seven models used to describe aspects of an organization's business functions and processes, and details the architecture of the IT infrastructure.…

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