By Felix Tan
Comprises unique fabric all for all elements of worldwide info administration in 3 parts: international info platforms in enterprise services; info expertise in particular areas of the realm; and administration of world details assets and functions.
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Advanced Topics in Global Information Management, Volume 2 by Felix Tan