The unpredictable certainty: information infrastructure through 2000
National Academy Press, 1996 - Computers - 281 pages
This book explores the national information infrastructure (NII) as the collection of all public and private information services. But how and when will the NII become a reality? How will more and better services reach the home, small business, and remote locations? This book examines these and other questions.
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INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY
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