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This report examines contemporary trends in data storage technology. It explores issues such as the expanding role of networking, the Internet and intranets and the impact these technologies will have on the enterprise.
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Computer Technology Research Corp. (CTR) is an internationally-recognized research and publishing company. Since 1979, CTR's reports have provided information on major technologies, trends, products, companies, and markets concerning the computer industry. Our reports assist executives, users, and vendors with making strategic decisions regarding information technology products and services.
Each CTR report includes management summaries, competitive analyses, technical product evaluations, vendor marketing strategies and case studies. CTR's reports are independently researched and present unbiased, objective views, strengths and limitations of products, and insight into technology directions. The reports provide managers with the vital quality information that is needed to successfully plan large- and small-scale information technology projects.About the Author:
Franklyn E. Dailey Jr. is a technology writer based out of Wilbraham, Massachusetts. A retired captain of the U.S. Naval Reserve and a retired vice president of R&D Scott Graphics, Inc., Dailey has authored a number of reports for CTR. Dailey has worked for McGraw Hill, a publishing company based out of New York City, as well as other Fortune 500 companies. Dailey holds a B.S. in both Marine Engineering and Electrical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, and a M.S. in Physics from the University of California.
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Book Description Computer Technology Research, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX1566079950
Book Description Computer Technology Research, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1566079950