Information Resource Managment Essay

Submitted By ibamin
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Guidelines for Submission Mission Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts for possible publication in IGI Global Journals. All journals publish original material concerned with all aspects of emerging information technologies and applications. Types of Submissions
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Empirical research Conceptual models Theory building Innovative methodologies and applications Case studies Book reviews on selected books, textbooks, or specific topics dealing with values, concepts, and applications of breakthrough information science and technology

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