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With a new product, time is now more valuable than money. The costs of conceiving and designing a product are less important to its ultimate success than timeliness to market. One of the most… (More)
This forum is a debate on the impact of distance on teamwork, and the roles IT has played. It provides insights from quantitative and qualitative studies about employees' virtual work in Intel… (More)
ACM97: The Next 50 Years of Computing incorporated a professional conference where 1,800 attendees gathered to listen to key technologists share their visions of the future, with a spirited,… (More)
Scientific computing systems for individuals were pioneered earl; at Hewlett-Packard. beginning with the 9l00A Desktop Calculator in 1968. Extensions of this first machine were soon seen in Personal… (More)
In this introduction to the annual survey of the technology, six experts look at 1984's developments in computers, software, communications, solid state, instrumentation, and power and energy.
Information Worker Productivity and Quality - the bugbear of the IT department today - is not agreed upon, and it is challenged on every front. Key books and papers of late have averred that if the… (More)
Progress in electronic hardware alone will not ensure success in measurement and control of nonelectronic processes. Nevertheless, the future for stored program controllers has never seemed brighter.
Electronics is at a watershed in terms of both useful performance and impact upon society. As a consequence, the design process for electronic products is undergoing substantial revision. This… (More)
I urgently solicit your help. Ever since the ACM97 conference, where we celebrated 50 years of computing and tried to envision the next 50 years for our incredible field, I have been working with the… (More)