Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, Comprehensive 14th Edition

Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow, Comprehensive 14th Edition
  • Author: Charles S. Parker
    Publisher: Course Technology
    Genres: Computer Science
    Publish Date: February 13, 2012
    ISBN-10: 1133190243
    Pages: 752
    File Type: PDF
    Language: English

Book Preface

In today’s computer-oriented society, computers and technology impact virtually everyone’s life . Under standin gCom  pu t  ers:  Today an d Tomorrow, 14th Edition is designed to ensure that students are current and informed in order tothrive in our technologically oriented, global society. With this new edition, students not only learn about relevant cutting-edgetechnology trends, but they also gain a better understanding of technology in general and the important issues surroundingtechnology today. This information gives students the knowledge they need to succeed in today’s world.This nontechnical, introductory text explains in straightforward terms the importance of learning about computers,the various types of computer systems and their components, the principles by which computer systems work, thepractical applications of computers and related technologies, the ways in which the world is being changed by thesetechnologies, and the associated risks and other potential implications of computers and related technologies. The goalof this text is to provide readers with a solid knowledge of computer fundamentals, an understanding of the impact of ourcomputer-oriented society, and a framework for using this knowledge effectively in their lives.

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