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An Information Center is an effective way of giving users direct access to computing resources. In the first paper, Hammond discusses considerations for the implementation of such a facility. The author provides a comprehensive view of requirements, organizational implications, and criteria for the evaluation of the effectiveness of an Information Center.
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