The planning, budgeting, control and exploitation of the information resources in an organisation. The term encompasses both the information itself and the related aspects such as personnel, finance, marketing, organisation and technologies and systems. Information Managers are responsible for the coordination and integration of a wide range of information handling activities within the organisation. These include the formulation of corporate information policy, design, evaluation and integration of effective information systems and services, the exploitation of IT for competitive advantage and the integration of internal and external information and data.
- Information management system
database (IMS, IMS/VS, IMS/ESA) A database system from IBM consisting of IMS/Data Base and IMS/Data Communications. (1999-01-11)
noun, Psychology. 1. an excess of incoming information, as might confront a pedestrian on a crowded city street, that forces one to be selective in the information received and retained. noun an overwhelming feeling upon the receipt or collection of an indigestible or incomprehensible amount of information, the feeling of being faced with an amount […]
noun 1. . noun 1. processing of information, especially the handling of information by computers in accordance with strictly defined systems of procedure. noun 1. noun 1. (computing) the combined processing of numerical data, graphics, text, etc noun the process of gathering, retrieval, storage, searching of informational data; also called data processing Usage Note computing […]
- Information processing language
(IPL) Said to be the first list-processing language, also the first language to support recursion. Written by Allen Newell, J.C. Shaw and H. Simon at Carnegie ca. 1956. It was very low level. Versions: IPL-I (never implemented), IPL-II (1957 for JOHNNIAC), IPL-III (existed briefly), IPL-IV, IPL-V (1958, for IBM 650, IBM 704, IBM 7090, many […]