Exploding the computer myth: discovering the 13 realities of high performing business systems

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Omneo̲, Jan 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 444 pages

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Figure 1 Computer Myth and Computer Reality
List of Illustrations xi
Introduction xiii

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About the author (1994)

Glenn E. Weadock is president and confounder of Independent Software, Inc. (ISI), a computer consulting firm in the foothills of Evergreen, Colorado near Denver. ISI offers a range of services, including help desk planning, information system strategy studies, project management, computer system performance analysis and enhancement, software design, and training program development. ISI clients, which include several Fortune 1,000 companies as well as small private companies, do business in industries as diverse as telecommunications, semiconductors, real estate, high-energy physics, bioengineering and electronics. In addition to consulting work, Mr. Weadock develops and leads seminars in the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom. As one of the country's top consultants on computer support issues, he has been interviewed by such trade journals as Computerworld, InfoWorld, MacWeek, and LAN Magazine.

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