Don't sell tech growth short

Coffee, Peter
September 2006
eWeek;9/25/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 38, p51
The author reflects on the differences of price/performance ratios in a 10-year forecasts from what is presently available. He recounts his talk entitled "Futures of Computing" and cites the 2 data points for processor speed and cost. He suggests that for an enterprise information technology to be competitive, it must have a faster and cheaper software applications.


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