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Computers [Technology 1998 analysis and forecast]

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In many ways, 1998 is seen as a crossroads year for the computer industry. Several extremely important issues must be decided, in design centers, meeting halls, and even courtrooms, before the direction that information technology will take can be seen with any confidence. The present is filled with uncertainty and, as always, the future is grounded in the present. The paper discusses topics such as operating systems, corporate networking, hardware developments, the Internet and supercomputers

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 1 )