This book should be renamed as "Adventures in Microsoft Office". This book, just like the 3rd edition, has almost nothing to do with MIS or managing information systems; unless you confuse MIS with being an administrative assistant. It is just a collection of exercises related to Microsoft Office's Excel and Access. Making decisions about IT infrastructure requires knowledge about networking, application servers, and real production databases. (Access is toy for small businesses not savvy enough to use open source databases like Postgresql or MySQL. It's not something used in an enterprise environment. Large organizations can afford MS SQL Server, DB2, & OracleDB.)
If you want a book that actually deals with MIS, read Electronic Commerce by Gary P. Schneider. It's not perfect, but it gives a better overview than this book.