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Information Scientist and Some Similar Professionals: Their Role as a Caretaker of Security Vis-à-Vis IT Management—An Analysis

P. K. Paul, A. Bhuimali, Krishna Raj, P. S. Aithal
Information is the most important and powerful term in today’s age. Information is needed in almost all the areas and sectors, and there are many practitioners who manage the information and similar contents. Among them, few important are the Chief Information Officer, Information Manager, Information Analyst domains and specific information managerial areas such as Archivist, Librarian, Documentation Officer and so on. Information Scientist, however, performs a different role and duties and responsibilities for the information management with technological solutions and also technology management depending upon need. Creating information systems with proper planning and management are the important task of an Information Scientist. Though there are many misconceptions about these professionals. This paper talks about such professionals and relationship with the Information Scientist.
Information Scientist, Computer Scientist, Information Infrastructure, Computing, Information, Information Age, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Man Interaction
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