Özen, Üstün
June 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2003, Vol. 7 Issue 16, p231
Academic Journal
Just as typewriter, calculator and telephone received attention by businesses when invented, so did personal computers, and they have been key elements of businesses. Several studies have been conducted to research the impact of computers on productivity of business activities. However, these studies underline that it is rather difficult to measure productivity completely since many factors have an effect on productivity. Present study, having a difference from other studies, sets off the subjective opinions of personal computer users while presenting whether personal computers help them to increase productivity in performing works.


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