General Systems Theory

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General Systems Theory
  1. extremely generic and be can apply be to many different fields
        1. History in 1936 ludwig von bertalanffy developed the general systems theory
          1. Bertalanffy he studied philosophy of science and biology and he have book an the general systems theory
            1. Ashby studied and became a doctor at cambridge university he was president for the society of general systems
              1. Facts the same concepts and principles of organizations (sociology, biology, business etc...) boundary , Input , Process , Information , Output , Stale
                  1. Information systems consisting of the network of all communication channels used within an organization
                    1. Network security system is really big in organizations is network security differents components of the systems
                      1. encompasses all disciplines that utilize systems the technology has evolved there has been great in information systems
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