Information technology is an emerging form of management and operating technique that is vital to many organizations and institutions. The purpose of information technology and the management of its systems were implemented as a primary task of supporting decision makers with the help of proficient data bases and storage capabilities. Thus, Information Systems are often looked upon as efficient and essential in the commercial world, especially within the United States. However, a great number of countries who are not up to par with advancing technology and infrastructure do not see the value and significance of implementing an Information System.
With a rapidly advancing society, numerous measures need to be taken into account when considering globalization in reference to information technology. Because the two are so greatly intertwined it is often found to be confusing in areas of the world in which the local culture and global trends often do not mesh well.
In many developing countries there is often a need for communication and information services. The only problem that stands in the way of implementing such systems is the poor infrastructure that exists in these areas. Rapid urbanization is transforming the developing countries and offers opportunities for the increased globalization, yet is met with cultural deficiencies that hinder technological and economic activity.
Implementing a management system is not easy, nor is selecting the right one all that is needed for efficient operation. Numerous aspects must be addressed and ironically, many of them have nothing to do with technology. For most information systems to work, a wide acceptance from the staff that would use the technology is needed. What will bring this technology to its downfall would be the minimal involvement of its users, basically stating that the changing processes within a business is strongly resisted by the staff.
One area of great concern that requires the need...
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