Execs Like Network Computers

December 1997
Accounting Technology;Dec97, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the finding that a majority of chief information officers (CIOs) have or are considering of buying network computers until the year 2000, according to a poll by RHI Consulting. Percentage of executives polled who are likely to implement network computers; Centralized administration and support as the chief advantage of network computers over PCs.


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