Managing the data processing operation
Patterson, Jerry G.
Sterner, Francis J.
Coure, James B.
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Governmental, business and scientific activities have been placing and will continue to place heavy reliance on data processing equipment and procedures. Because of increasing complexity and speed of equipment and sophistication in procedures, utilization of this powerful tool is highly dependent upon the quality of management of the data processing operation,, Management of this function depends to a great extent on several major factors<> This paper describes and examines five key elements of successful data processing management—organization, personnel, documentation, control, and standards.
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