The Midwest Book Review just published a review of Fundamentals of Information Systems Security by David Kim and Michael G. Solomon, calling it “an ideal 555 page compendium covering every aspect, facet and issue of information systems security.”
The Midwest Book Review just published a review of Cloud Computing by Kris Jamsa, stating that it “presents an articulate and ‘user friendly’ introduction to cloud technologies in general, and specifics about software as a service (SaaS), platform as service (PaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and desktop virtualization in particular.”
The Midwest Book Review just published a review of the Fifth Edition of Cyberethics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace, calling it “essential reading that should be considered a high priority addition to personal, professional, corporate, government, community, and academic [libraries].”
In a recent review, The Midwest Book Review calls our new Microsoft Office 2010: Productivity Strategies for Today and Tomorrow by Jean Kotsiovos, Carolyne Faddis and Loralyn Duley “ideal for use as a classroom textbook or for independent on-the-job training.”
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A First Course in Computational Physics, Second Edition, by Paul L. DeVries and Javier E. Hasbun, was recently reviewed in the IEEE Computer Society bi-monthly magazine, Computing in Science & Engineering.