Die Beiträge in diesem Herausgeberwerk bieten einen aktuellen Überblick über relevante Themen der modernen Wirtschaftsinformatik. Das Buch ist Andreas Meier von der Universität Freiburg, Schweiz, und seiner wissenschaftlichen Leistung gewidmet. Professor Meier hat durch sein großes Schaffen die Wirtschaftsinformatik in Theorie und Praxis geprägt und weiterentwickelt, was seine ehemaligen Doktoranden in verschiedenen Kapiteln aufzeigen. Sie präsentieren darin Ansätze, Modelle und Methoden theoretischer, angewandter, empirischer sowie gestaltungsorientierter Wirtschaftsinformatik. Das Buch richtet sich dabei an Wirtschaftsinformatiker, Informatiker und Wirtschaftswissenschaftler aller Couleur.
These are the proceedings of the Eleventh International Information Security Conference which was held in Cape Town, South Africa, May 1995. This conference addressed the information security requirements of the next decade and papers were presented covering a wide range of subjects including current industry expectations and current research aspects. The evolutionary development of information security as a professional and research discipline was discussed along with security in open distributed systems and security in groupware.
A process model is very often used for system analysis, design and management in various application areas. Using a process model has the advantage that it has only to be as precise as necessary within the parameters of the individual field of application, whereas the precision externally is less important. This makes process modeling easier and open for structuring. The contributions deal with different approaches to process modelling, especially in the areas of business process modelling, logistics and production processes and water systems.
Proceedings of the IFIP TC5 Working Conference on Models and Methodologies for Enterprise Integration, Queensland, Australia, November 1995
Author: Peter Bernus
Category: Technology & Engineering
Enterprise integration and enterprise engineering has become a focal point of discussions during the past few years with active contribution of many disciplines... The evolution from the concept of CAD/CAM, through CIM to the Integrated Enterprise is based on the assumption that the integrated enterprise can (and should) be engineered just as any complex system can.
An authoritative source about methods, languages, methodologies and supporting tools for constructing information systems that also provides examples for references models. Its strength is the careful selection of each of the above mentioned components, based on technical merit. The second edition completely revises all articles and features new material on the latest developments in XML & UML. The structure follows the definition of the major components of Enterprise Integration as defined by GERAM (Generalised Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology). 1st edition sold about 600 copies since January 2003.
Information and Communication Technologies for Knowledge Management
Author: Ronald Maier
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Business & Economics
Knowledge management promises concepts and instruments that help organizations support knowledge creation, sharing and application. This book offers a comprehensive account of the many facets, concepts and theories that have influenced knowledge management and integrates them into a framework consisting of strategy, organization, systems and economics guiding the design of successful initiatives. The third edition extends coverage of the two pillars of implementing knowledge management initiatives, organization and systems.
This book is a practical guide for managing archiving projects with SAP R/3 efficiently. Hereby it is addressing both R/3 consultants, system administrators and key-users. Detailed solutions for optimal archiving strategies as well as the manual for a comprehensive database analysis are provided in this book. But thereby not only the technical side, but also the business side of data archiving is taken into account. Thus the reader will be able to implement an archiving project.