Content management, or CM, is the set of processes and technologies that support the collection,managing, and publishing of information in any form or …
Anyone who is involved in the Information Technology industry may have already heard of MIS. But what does the term stand for and what does it really refer to? MIS stands for Management Information Systems, although the term is sometimes interchangeable with Information Management and Systems. In a business organization, MIS refers to the collection, processing, storage and distribution of data which is needed to reach the goals of a business organization. For example, if you have a business organization which deals with education in general – you should make a plan of how you can collect the data for a particular course that you are offering, how this information will be processed by the instructors, how the information will be stored and how the knowledge will be ‘distributed’ to students.
The same thing applies to all types of business organizations, whether they are in the public or private sector. MIS benefits enterprises in the sense that the entire MIS system can be used in the decision making process. This is especially true in a business organization which processes data a hundred percent of the time. MIS will allow you to determine the course of action to take in order to resolve a problem that you are facing as an organization. Remember that your success as a business lies in the efficiency of your IT infrastructure or information system. Through MIS, you can efficiently manage your data resources and handle your information system effectively so that you can lead your business organization to a resounding success.