CD-R goes to work
- Strategies for a consolidation-oriented market: Merging, making do, & profiting, too. Meyer, Frederick // CD-ROM Professional;Jul95, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p60
Focuses on strategies that CD-ROM companies need to focus on in order to survive a consolidation-oriented market. Changes in the CD-ROM industry; Companies' need for financial resources and distribution power; Adaptive and survival strategies; Basic steps in cultivating a merger partner.
- Home vid retailers get CD-ROM hard sell. // Billboard;8/13/94, Vol. 106 Issue 33, p74
Reports on the interest of American home video retailers in boosting the CD-ROM business. Need for CD-ROMs to move out of computer stores; Caveats to the assembled retailers; Reports of a significant number of returns in International Business Machines Corp. or DOS software.
- The art & science of business multimedia development. Hudson, Barry; White, Drake // CD-ROM Professional;Jul95, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p44
Focuses on the need for a union between the technical and artistic aspects of multimedia development with the ascension of multimedia CD-ROM business applications. Role of multimedia development in business; Building of multimedia development team; Preset principles of the multimedia roadmap.
- Facts, figures, & findings. // CD-ROM Professional;Apr96, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p14
Presents miscellaneous facts about CD-ROMs and the CD-ROM industry. Total CD-ROM sales in 1995; Multimedia titles; CD-ROM most useful source of information; CD-ROM titles top software sales; CD-ROM directory revenues; Web/online advertising; Investment firms; Internet computing; Growth in...
- CD-deals. Tunbridge, Nathaniel // Australian Personal Computer;Nov94, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p58
Focuses on the CD-ROM industry in Australia. Forecast on CD-ROM player sales in from 1994 to 1998; Development of the small office/home office market; CD-ROMs as an ideal stepping stone to online services; Limitations of CD-ROMs.
- CD-ROM publishing today. Herther, Nancy K. // Database;Aug/Sep95, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p27
Looks at the trends in CD-ROM products in order to identify features that may be incorporated into upcoming business products. Intense competition for market share; Microsoft's effort to acquire Intuit; Availability of CD-ROM drives as standard computer equipment; Reference/information titles;...
- New CD-ROM drives keep getting faster. // EMedia Professional;Feb97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p18
Presents compact disc-read only memory (CD-ROM) drives from Toshiba, Pioneer, Sony, Acer and Axonix. SCSI-2 XM-3801B drive from Toshiba America Information Systems; Pioneer New Media Technologies' 12X internet CD-ROM drive; Sony Electronics' CDU511 16X CD-ROM drive.
- Networked CD-ROM libraries proliferate. // EMedia Professional;Feb97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p20
Includes compact disc-read only memory (CD-ROM) library solutions. First networked CD-ROM file server to break the 1MB per second data transfer barrier from Optical Access International; Addition to Meridian Data's CD Net 800 series of CD network servers; Rackmount Hot Swap CD-ROM Server from...
- Hearing impaired ideal audience for CD-ROM. Mall, Blane // Billboard;4/13/96, Vol. 108 Issue 15, p72
Focuses on the absence of closed-captioned CD-ROMs in the American computer market and the lack of a significant organized effort to mobilize the multimedia community into action to provide subtitles for plot-intensive products. Hearing-impaired customers as ideal market for captioned CD-ROMs;...