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This timely text/reference explores the business and technical issues involved in the management of information systems in the era of big data and beyond. Topics and features: presents review questions and discussion topics in each chapter for classroom group work and individual research assignments; discusses the potential use of a variety of big data tools and techniques in a business environment, explaining how these can fit within an information systems strategy; reviews existing theories and practices in information systems, and explores their continued relevance in the era of big data; describes the key technologies involved in information systems in general and big data in particular, placing these technologies in an historic context; suggests areas for further research in this fast moving domain; equips readers with an understanding of the important aspects of a data scientist’s job; provides hands-on experience to further assist in the understanding of the technologies involved.
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Peter Blake is an American lawyer, screenwriter and television producer for such shows as The Practice and House, MD.
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