Smooth Move

Kronemyer, Bob
September 2000
Indiana Business Magazine;Sep2000, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p50
Focuses on factors to consider in installing high technology upgrades for office equipment. Evaluation of physical aspects of where employees are stationed; Assessment of infrastructure requirements; Anticipation of possible expansions.


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