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International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society, 2020, 4(1); doi: 10.25236/IJNDES.040110.

Construction of Management Information System for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises under Cloud Computing Environment


Lijing Zhu

Corresponding Author:
Lijing Zhu

School of Environment, Education and Development, the University of Manchester, Oxford Rd Manchester, Uk


In China, with the continuous advance of cloud computing technologies such as virtualization technology and big data processing technology, small and medium-sized enterprises are constantly updating and improving their management information system. In recent years, computer network technology and information technology have been gradually applied to enterprise management. With the development of enterprises, a large number of heterogeneous software services deployed on different servers are accumulated in enterprises. Cloud computing can not only reduce the cost of informatization construction of small and medium-sized enterprises, strengthen the integration of information resources, promote resource sharing, but also promote enterprise management and service innovation. In view of the development of social economy and the advance of the industry, if the enterprise wants to be better based on the market, it must realize the scientific management mode, and constantly improve the efficiency and quality of work. Through the cloud computing model, this paper introduces the system construction of the management information system for small and medium-sized enterprises in the cloud computing environment and the implementation scheme of enterprises in the cloud computing environment.


Enterprise management, Cloud computing, Information resources

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Lijing Zhu. Construction of Management Information System for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises under Cloud Computing Environment. International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society (2020) Vol.4, Issue 1: 71-76. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDES.040110.


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