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Potential technology implications for computers and telecommunications in the 1980s

W. D. Frazer
1979 IBM Systems Journal  
Haenle, ‘‘A method of deadlock-free resource allocation and flow control in packet networks,’ Proceedings of the International Coun- cil for Computer Communication, Toronto, 1976, pp. 483-487. . M.  ...  McGarty, ‘‘Communications satellites: Looking to the 1980s,’’ JEEE Spectrum 14, No. 12, 43-51 (Decem- ber 1977). 3. R. G. Gould and Y. F.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.182.0333 fatcat:i7d7lz5n4ng6laobif7yi23dby

Page 20 of The Journal of Information and Image Management Vol. 15, Issue 8 [page]

1983 The Journal of Information and Image Management  
Fraser, “Potential Technology implications for Computers and Telecommunications in the 1980s,” IBM System Journal, vol. 18, no. 2, 1979, p. 333.  ...  At times, as in the insurance company example at the be- ginning of this article, even the corporate organization was changed to accommodate the new potential and problems caused by computer technology  ... 

Page 107 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 21, Issue 2 [page]

1984 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
Hills, 1980), 99-110. 5. Perspectives on computer and communication technology,Ed. by Susan Crawford and Manfield Kochan. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 1981, 32(2), 122-57.  ...  The future of the printed word; the impact and implications of the new communication technology. London, Frances Printer (Publishers) Ltd. 1980, p. 172. 4. KING (D W).  ... 

Page 314 of Geographical Analysis Vol. 34, Issue 4 [page]

2002 Geographical Analysis  
As a consequence, IT in this analysis is defined as the combination of telecommunication and computer technology.  ...  For example, it is not easy to measure how many pe ople have access to a computer in their residences and how frequently they use the Internet and e-mail in a certain ge ographic zone.  ... 

Implications of Technology and Policy for Intelligent Network Research Priorities [chapter]

William H. Melody
1997 Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks  
Windows 95 may provide a major stimulus to Intelligent Network (IN) development, to real teclmological convergence between computing and telecommunication, and to a major reordering of research priorities  ...  The paper examines IN in the context of the evolution of convergence and the larger framework of information superhighway, infrastructure and society developments.  ...  CHANGING PRIORITIES FOR RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT The history of telecommunication has been characterised by continuous improvements in technology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35066-0_2 fatcat:ynoddd3po5hd3o52dmprxls7ry

Page 39 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 9 [page]

1991 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
In the 1980s and 1990s, the MOC contemplated a new, innovative type of universal service policy designed for increasing usage, the Nationwide Unified Telephone Rating System (NUTRS).  ...  During the 1980s, the Ministry of Communications (MOC) and the Korea Telecommunications Authority (KTA) endeavoured to provide universal service by 2 main policies—the Immediate Telephone Installation  ... 

Page 38 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 8 [page]

1990 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Statistics of Japanese and international CD-ROM production and contents are given. (Original abstract—amended) 90/5273 CD-ROM technology in libraries: implications and considerations. Jean Reese.  ...  STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL (contd.) publications, patents, newspapers and serials on microfilm. Examines the market potential for the company’s type of product on CD-ROM as a medium relative to microfilm.  ... 

Technological Convergence in the IT Industry: The Role of Strategic Technology Alliances and Technological Competencies

Geert Duysters, John Hagedoorn
1998 International Journal of the Economics of Business  
INTRODUCTION For a long time technological developments in telecommunications and computers have followed very distinct trajectories.  ...  It is remarkable to see that despite the noted general convergence at the start of the 1980's, both computer and telecommunications firms have retained most of their interest in their old' technological  ... 
doi:10.1080/13571519884431 fatcat:vvflwrqv4jfl3cs4rn2khdeynu

Information and Communication Technologies in Economic Development

1998 Asian Libraries  
the US in 1985, up from 4.3% in 1980.  ...  In 1980, consumer electronics used 58% of the semiconductors sold in Japan, while industrial electronics, computers and communications only used 42%.  ... 
doi:10.1108/al.1998.17307jab.005 fatcat:n73mhyf4mvbh3cqq5nq62fkcdm

Teaching Telecommunications Policy, Critically

Vincent Mosco
1985 Canadian Journal of Communication  
In addition, telecommunication includes information technology to the extent that it is used in communication. Hence, the computer per se is not a telecommunications technology.  ...  For instance, videotex systems integrate television, telephone, and computer technology into communication systems that provide specialized point-to-point and mass services.  ...  Telecommunications systems that link computers to communications technology are reshaping office and factory.  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjc.1985v11n1a326 fatcat:apv72l3h7bhkbneumzskhdzhla

The pattern and externality effect of diffusion of mobile telecommunications: the case of the OECD and Taiwan

Show-Ling Jang, Shau-Chi Dai, Simona Sung
2005 Information Economics and Policy  
rate for 29 OECD countries and Taiwan between 1980 and 2001.  ...  We find that the pattern of diffusion of mobile telecommunications for all the sample countries is generally characterized by an S-shaped curve; nevertheless, significant differences exist in the spread  ...  penetration rates for most of the 1980s.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infoecopol.2004.05.001 fatcat:52o7xqngzzalbnha4i7n22kycm

The Politics of Commoditization in Global ICT Industries: A Political Economy Explanation of the Rise of Apple, Google, and Industry Disruptors

Kenji E. Kushida
2015 Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade  
that shape rapidly changing global technological and industry outcomes, with implications beyond ICT.  ...  Carriers won in Japan, equipment manufacturers in Europe, and eventually, computer services industry actors rather than communications firms emerged as winners in the US.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits any use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author(s)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10842-014-0191-3 fatcat:qbvceggvhbdmxh5lug2cseqolq

B72-20 Computers in Busines–An Introduction, 2nd ed

H.C. Lucas
1972 IEEE transactions on computers  
is given of the proposed British National Physical Laboratory system of high-speed message switching computers for so-called "hot potato" switching or envelope switching of digital data.  ...  However, in summary, a major criticism of the book in presenting "all the facts' is an almost total absence of discussions and developments that have been going on in Europe in data switching by such major  ...  The book concludes by predicting changes in the way in which computers are used and the implications of these trends for management.  ... 
doi:10.1109/t-c.1972.223467 fatcat:4il3fpa4zvabziqr32tceqott4

Information and telecommunication infrastructure and economic growth: An experience from Nigeria

Wasiu Ishola Oyeniran, Saidat Onikosi-Alliyu
2016 Serbian Journal of Management  
The study found foreign direct investment in information and communication technology more effective in improving and raising economic growth in Nigeria than government investment.  ...  Therefore, it is imperative for Nigerian government to increase its spending on telecom and attract more foreign investment in telecommunication in order to boost productivity and economic growth.  ...  The implication of this finding is that the foreign investment in information and telecommunication technology has the 283 I. W. Oyeniran / SJM 11 (2) (2016) Table 4 .  ... 
doi:10.5937/sjm11-8174 fatcat:c4ohodznl5gc7atplfegoxclou

New Visions of Information Technology and Postmodernism: Implications for Advertising and Marketing Communications [chapter]

Alladi Venkatesh
1996 The Information Superhighway and Private Households  
In the eighties, the computer technology lagged very much behind its_ promised potential, particularly in the area of software development for home use (e.g. multimedia).  ...  In the 1980s the telecommunication facilities were rather rudimentary and had not reached a high degree of sophistication until the 1990s. 4.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-48423-0_27 fatcat:p454savms5h2po6wo2juv5pstu
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