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The acceptance of new technology in an organization has been documented as early as 1974 by Nolan and Gibson. They noted that once the technology gained widespread appeal, management needed to establish policies and procedures in order to control costs and reduce inefficiencies. Although the stage theory was originally applied to centralized computing, many… (More)
This article reports the results of a survey of 21 internships in information systems. Results showed that there was a wide variety of activities used in the internship. However, older technologies, such as COBOL, were mentioned more often than the newer technologies, such as CASE and SQL. The internships were rated based on the five core job… (More)