Computers in Your Future 2004, Complete

Computers in Your Future 2004, Complete : International Edition

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For courses in Computer Concepts, Introduction to Computers, Computer Literacy/MIS, CIS, Computer Science, Business.This introduction to computers is noted for its lucid explanations of computing concepts, practical applications of technology theory, and emphasis on the historical and societal impacts of technological innovations. It features integrated coverage of management information systems, networking, email, and the Internet. Very visual with extensive end-of-chapter material.show more

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  • Paperback | 624 pages
  • 214 x 269 x 18mm | 1,217g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • 6th edition
  • 0131227009
  • 9780131227002

Table of contents

Complete Version1. Becoming Fluent with Computers. Spotlight 1: File Management. 2. Inside the System Unit. 3. Input and Output: Data In, Information Out. 4. Storage: The Electronic Filing Cabinet. Spotlight 2: Buying and Upgrading Your Computer System. 5. System Software: The Operating Environment. 6. Application Software: Tools for Productivity. Spotlight 3: Microsoft Office. 7. Networks: Sharing Resources and Communicating. 8. The Internet: The Network of Networks. 9. The World Wide Web and Electronic Commerce. Spotlight 4: Multimedia and Virtual Reality. 10. Telecommunications: Exchanging Data Via the Telephone System. 11. Computer Crime and Security. 12. Privacy and Encryption. Spotlight 5: Ethics: Standards of Information Age Conduct. 13. Databases and Information Systems. 14. Systems Analysis and Design. 15. Programming Languages and Program Development. 16. Careers and Certification. Spotlight 6: Artificial Intelligence and Other Emerging Technologies. Introductory Version1. Becoming Fluent with Computers. Spotlight 1: File Management. 2. Inside the System Unit. 3. Input and Output: Data In, Information Out. 4. Storage: The Electronic Filing Cabinet. Spotlight 2: Buying and Upgrading Your Computer System. 5. System Software: The Operating Environment. 6. Application Software: Tools for Productivity. Spotlight 3: Microsoft Office. 7. Networks: Sharing Resources and Communicating. 8. The Internet: The Network of Networks. 9. The World Wide Web and Electronic Commerce. Spotlight 4: Multimedia and Virtual Reality. 10. Telecommunications: Exchanging Data Via the Telephone System. 11. Computer Crime and Security. 12. Privacy and Encryption. Spotlight 5: Ethics: Standards of Information Age Conduct. Brief Version1. Becoming Fluent with Computers. Spotlight 1: File Management. 2. Inside the System Unit. 3. Input and Output: Data In, Information Out. 4. Storage: The Electronic Filing Cabinet. Spotlight 2: Buying and Upgrading Your Computer System. 5. System Software: The Operating Environment. 6. Application Software: Tools for Productivity. Spotlight 3: Microsoft Office. 7. Networks: Sharing Resources and Communicating. 8. The Internet: The Network of Networks. 9. The World Wide Web and Electronic Commerce.show more