This paper investigates the knowledge, familiarity level, and sources of knowledge about information technology of Korean business managers working in a large multinational corporation. Often academic research is limited in that students are used as surrogates for managers or business professionals. This paper extends earlier student-based research to business professionals to assess information literacy. Specifically, descriptive results concerning mangers’ familiarity level with technology, including the Internet, sources of knowledge about information technology, and the comfort level performing certain technology related tasks are presented.