A feral information system is part of an information system developed by individuals and groups to help with day-to-day activities that is not condoned by management. It is called feral because it circumvents existing information technology systems or works around key system architecture. It is important to note that feral information systems are considered part of the experience of performing work duties.

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  • A feral information system is part of an information system developed by individuals and groups to help with day-to-day activities that is not condoned by management. It is called feral because it circumvents existing information technology systems or works around key system architecture. It is important to note that feral information systems are considered part of the experience of performing work duties. (en)
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  • A feral information system is part of an information system developed by individuals and groups to help with day-to-day activities that is not condoned by management. It is called feral because it circumvents existing information technology systems or works around key system architecture. It is important to note that feral information systems are considered part of the experience of performing work duties. (en)
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  • Feral information systems (en)
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