Assessment of information technology requirements for Indonesian Navy
Suka, Liasta Ginting
Short, William B.
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The Indonesian Navy presently relies on mainframe Univac 90-S to process data and support decision makers. The data are processed by batch processing. Presently, data communications use manual, indirect and direct data entry. Personnel within the organization do not understand and are not comfortable with the systems. This thesis suggests an information technology architecture for the Indonesian Navy and addresses the organizational and policy implications, including training issues, information center hardware, software, data communication capability, security, and estimation of cost. The purpose of this examination is to provide the Indonesian Navy with some input to the strategic plan.
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