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Managing Development of University Information Infrastructure: the Challenges and the Limits



Year of publication 2005
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Proc. of EUNIS'2005
MU Faculty or unit

Institute of Computer Science

Field Computer hardware and software
Keywords University information infrastructure; systems integration taxonomy
Description A typical information infrastructure of nowadays University consists of several independently existing databases and, built on top of them, application systems. To keep the development of such structure within the limits of a cross-linked and consistent whole needs to adopt and apply various management, organizational and technological principles and rules. The topic of this paper is to discuss the possibilities and limits of applying various dimensions of systems integration to university information infrastructure development. The discussion ranges from management and organization principles to the ICT ones and takes into account typical structures of university information systems users and providers.
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