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Il Futuro Dell'information & Communication Technology: Tecnologie, Timori E Scenari Futuri Della "Global Network Revolution"

Il Futuro Dell'information & Communication Technology: Tecnologie, Timori E Scenari Futuri Della "Global Network Revolution" (Paperback)

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Antonio Teti e responsabile del supporto tecnico informatico dell'I.C.T.S. (Information and Communication Technology Service) dell'Universita degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio" di Chieti-Pescara. E docente di informatica presso l'Ateneo di Chieti e Pescara, l'Universita degli Studi di Teramo e l'Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Roma. Ha collaborato per attivita di formazione con le facolta di informatica dell'Universita Politecnica di Valencia e dell'Universita Politecnica di Madrid. E' Presidente Onorario della SISIT (Societa Italiana delle Scienze Informatiche e Tencologiche/Italian Society of Computer and Technology Sciences) e Accademico Ordinario della Pontificia Accademia Tiberina. Autore di molteplici pubblicazioni, tra i suoi libri piu importanti: "EUCIP - Il manuale per l'informatico professionista," Ulrico Hoepli; "Business and Information System Analyst - Il manuale per il Manager IT," Ulrico Hoepli; "Network Manager - Il manuale per l'Amministratore di Reti e Sistemi," Ulrico Hoepli; "Management dei servizi IT: dal modello ITIL all'ISO/IEC 20000," Il Sole24 ORE; "ECDL Health informatica e sanita," Apogeo, Milano. Scrive su molteplici riviste e periodici del settore ed e relatore in numerosi convegni nazionali e internazionali.

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