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  • Their Own Ibm Compatible Personal Computers
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    A Brief History of Personal Computers The electronic computer is a relatively modern invention; the first fully operable computer was developed about 50 years ago, at the end of World War II, by a team at the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Engineering. This team was headed by John Mauchly and J. Prosper Eckert, who named the new machine ENIAC, for Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator. ENIAC was hardly a personal computer, occupying a large room and weighing about 33 tons....
  • Jobs Use Computers
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    Computers, I Don't Like Computers. So Why Can't I Get A Job? Today most jobs use computers. Employees are probably going to use one on the job. A lot of people are being refused jobs because they don't have enough (If any) Computer related experience. We are moving into the technology age everything is going to be run by computers. Is this good? That doesn't matter because people are trying to find the fastest way to get things done, and computers are the answer. One of my relatives is having tr...
  • Big Changes In Ibm Senior Management
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    With the naming of Lou Gerstner as its new CEO (and the retirement of John Akers on May 7), IBM now has a chance to change both its own organizational structure and goals and, at the same time, the future shape of the computer industry. Nearly every computer publication has polled its readers asking such questions as 'Do you think IBM can succeed at changing, Do you think Lou Gerstner is the right man to lead a turnaround at IBM,' and 'Do you care?' Reactions to such early pulse taking are mixed...
  • Ibm Compatible Computers
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    Macintosh vs. IBM The IBM and Macintosh computers have been in competition with each other for years, and each of them have their strong points. They both had their own ideas about where they should go in the personal computer market. They also had many developments, which propelled themselves over the other. It all started when Thomas John Watson became president of Computing Tabulating Recording in 1914, and in 1924 he renamed it to International Business Machines Corporation. He eventually wi...
  • Co Founder Of The Apple Computer Company
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    A Long Way From UnivacAdv. Eng. 9 Computers Can you imagine a world without computers? You most probably interact with some form of a computer every day of your life. Computers are the most important advancement our society has ever seen. They have an interesting history, many interesting inner components, they are used nearly everywhere, and continue to advance incredibly fast. Because the field of computers is so broad, this paper will focus mainly on personal computers. Although computers hav...
  • Case Of Ibm's Laptop Computers
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    Introduction To perform the Industry Analysis it is better to follow Michael Porter's five forces model. This analysis framework was created so that it helps managers in their task to analyze competitive forces to the company. (Hill & Jones 80) This model is only one of the models that can be used for this task but it is one of the more popular models. The five forces that we will have to look at for this model are (1) the risk of new and potential competitors; (2) the bargaining power of suppli...
  • Service Business With Technology
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    About IBM: The Big Blue IBM's history dates back decades before the development of electronic computers - Big Blue was officially born in 1911 as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company, a conglomeration of other companies that started in the 1880's. Since then, the company has been instrumental in the development of mainframes, calculators, personal computers, networking, software, and several scientific breakthroughs. Four IBM researchers have won Nobel prizes. In 1990, IBM had its most pro...
  • Brands Ibm Computers
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    Question attempted: Identify two brands within the same product category that project different images to the consumer. Discuss the different projected images by comparing and contrasting the two different brands. What techniques did the marketer use to create these images? How would you explain this deliberate attempt in the light of the self- concept of the buyer? Executive Summary " Products are created in factories but brands are created in the mind of the prospect". These immortal words sym...
  • Microsoft Design Os 2
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    The Evolution of the PC and Microsoft Kasey Anderson 2/21/97 Computer Tech. ESSAY Xerox, Apple, IBM, and Compaq all played major roles in the development of the Personal Computer, or ^3 PC, ^2 and the success of Microsoft. Though it may seem so, the computer industry did not just pop-up overnight. It took many years of dedication, hard-work, and most importantly, thievery to turn the personal computer from a machine the size of a Buick, used only by zit-faced ^3 nerds, ^2 to the very machine I a...
  • Computers Movies
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    THE HISTORY OF COMPUTERS In 500 B.C. the abacus was first used by the Babylonians as an aid to simple arithmetic. In 1623 Wilhelm Schick ard (1592-1635) invented a 'Calculating Clock'. This mechanical machine could add and subtract up to 6 digit numbers, and warned of an overflow by ringing a bell. J.H. Mueller comes up with the idea of the 'difference engine', in 1786. This calculator could tabulate values of a polynomial. Mueller's attempt to raise funds fails and the project was forgotten. Sc...
  • World Of The Computer Software Business
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    Microsoft History Historians categorize blocks of time with the discovery of certain raw materials that humans utilized. The Bronze Age and the Iron Age were two periods in human history that proved through the discovery of artifacts that humans learned to harness these raw materials ingeniously. The Industrial Revolution of the late nineteenth century brought the discoveries of the Bronze and Iron Ages to new heights, and the advent of the locomotive, automobiles, cargo ships and airplanes were...
  • Operating System To Other Computer Manufacturers
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    The electronic computer has been around for over a half-century, but its ancestors have been around for 2000 years. From abacus to our modern souped up computer with the Intel Pentium processor the computer has come an incredibly long way. One of the most significant events that would affect its development would be the teaming up of IBM and Microsoft to create a new operating system for the microcomputer. The synergy of these two corporations would change the way we compute today. The notoriety...
  • Microsoft And Bill
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    This is a report intended to find the truth about William Gates, . I have searched through many sources and found much contradicting evidence. Specifically, sources completely glorify him or completely put him down. From those sources I have compiled this report; this report puts together fact, possibilities, probabilities, and the result is what is most likely fact and a little of my own opinion. Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955 to Mary and William Gates, II. His father was an attorney i...

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