Corporate Networks: The Strategic Use of Telecommunications
Artech House, 1993 - Business & Economics - 156 pages
An in-depth analysis of how the Fortune 1000 companies have dealt with the strategic use of computers and communications, what applications have been successful and which have faltered, and how upcoming technologies will provide the foundation for a new generation of strategic applications.
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Technology and Infrastructure
How Telecommunications Is Transforming the Corporation
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