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Abstract Enduser computing is rapidly growing in the Kenya Government due to the large number of microcomputers provided by donor organizations. In 1986, the Kenya Institute of Administration (KIA) established a microcomputer training program for government officers and secretaries to develop...
Abstract The Secretariat for Strategic Industry in Libya, responsible for the development of the fast‐growing non‐oil industry sector, has launched an ambitious program to introduce personal computer‐based information networks throughout the industry. The goals are twofold. First, to improve the...
Abstract The variety of Computer Software and Hardware systems available in Papua New Guinea (PNG) Secondary Schools; the reasons for their purchases, amount of money spent and/or committed for the purchase of both hardware and software, the different uses of computers by administrators and...
Abstract This paper discusses how the Keele‐Ruhuna link operative during the period 1986–1989 assisted in the development of Computing in the Sri Lankan Universities.
Abstract This article gives an account of the results of a case study undertaken at a pioneer and particularly prominent firm in the Brazilian computer industry: COBRA — Computadores e Sistemas Brasileiros SA. The study is part of a research project1 whose main goal is the identification of...
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