Raiding CD networks

Doering, David
February 1999
EMedia Professional;Feb99, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p36
Academic Journal
Focuses on the CD-ROM networking industry. Discussion on the cost of hard disk space as compared to the per-megabyte cost of a host attached CD-ROM tower; Barriers to magnetic storage.


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