management information system

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management information system

a procedure which is concerned with getting appropriate information to managers as and when they need it.

See INFORMATION MANAGEMENT.

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Diane Lending is the Capital One Information Security Faculty Scholar and Professor of Computer Information Systems at James Madison University in Harrisonburg Virginia.
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He taught in the School of Business at the University of Colorado at Denver as well as the Computer Information Systems program at Front Range Community College.
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