Techno hype - obstacle to information system, Computer Engineering

Techno hype - Obstacle to Information System

New technology has always been accompanied by a certain amount of euphoria that inevitably leads to unrealistic expectations placed upon it. This is especially true in the world of IS where heavy competition among suppliers leads to a marketing war where the emphasis is on sales rather than applicability leading to a delivered capability that is sometimes disappointing. This problem can be more acute in the world of information systems as these systems are (as mentioned) highly integrated and are therefore often blamed for problems that are not of their making especially when taken in conjunction with the other obstacles mentioned above.

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