For this week's discussion, you are asked to find at least one other credible resources on data resources, processes, or storage systems used in Information Systems in businesses. You can search the internet or you can search the Library databases.
This guide will provide instructions on how to:
To search for resources in the Library databases, try one of the broad, general Business & Management databases which can be located on the Business & Management research home page. A couple of examples of databases to use have been listed below.
Try searching using one of the terms for your topic:
Since those are very simple terms that will appear commonly in the database, it will work best to use one of them in combination with information systems, in order to make your search more precise. You can search for information systems as a subject term for the article to narrow your results even further. To do that, choose SU Subject terms in the Select a Field Optional box to the right of the search term. Below is an example search on how to locate relevant articles in Business Source Complete.
The discussion instructions also mention some useful periodicals, including Wired, Business 2.0, Business Week, and the Wall Street Journal (among others). The Journals page on the library website allows you to search for an individual journal by title. To locate a specific journal:
For more tips on successful searching for this discussion, see our guides: