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INFS6012: Digital Information Infrastructures

The unit provides an overall introduction to the different components of digital information infrastructures in organisational contexts. This includes organisational enterprise systems architecture, legacy systems, enterprise systems, cloud infrastructure and enabling technologies such as blockchain, internet of things, or web services. Strategic managerial issues that arise from the implementation, use, and security management of information infrastructures and enterprise systems are also covered. The unit utilises a combination of practical sessions with Enterprise Systems, such as SAP, and case study analyses to build a deep understanding of relevant topics.

Code INFS6012
Academic unit Business Information Systems
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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None
Corequisites:
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INFS5002 or COMP5206
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. explore the strategic managerial issues that arise from the implementation and use of enterprise systems as a means of integrating data and standardising processes
  • LO2. use an example enterprise system to gain hands-on competency in supporting key business processes
  • LO3. provide an overview of an enterprise system implementation solution which addresses key processes, data and organisational structures, and explain the reasons behind the solution
  • LO4. evaluate the place of enterprise systems in broader digital information infrastructure.
  • LO5. evaluate in a critical manner the technical trends which may impact on future enterprise systems use
  • LO6. present ideas and arguments effectively, deliver a comprehensive and integrated enterprise information infrastructure that reflects a collective effort from a professional project team