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LEO Conference 2001
Special issue of the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Vol. 12, No. 4, December 2003, edited by Robert Galliers. The Issue is devoted to the 2001 conference at the London Guildhall celebrating the 50th anniversary of the rolling out of the world’s first business application at the Cadby Hall headquarters of J. Lyons and Co on their LEO I computer.
The contents of the issue are as follows:
Aris, J.B.B., Preface, pp 253-254
Baskerville, R., The LEO principle: perspectives on 50 years of business computing, pp 255-263
Cox, G., Business computing 2001-the state of the art, pp 285-294
Mowery, D., 50 Years of business computing: LEO to Linux, pp 295-308
Yapp, C., Conference sponsors' panel: what have we learnt in 50 years? pp 309-320
Shirley, S., Panel: social and economic consequences of business computing and public policy, pp 321-330
Ashworth, J.M., Knowledge and digital information, pp 331-337
Hudson, R., Panel: crystal ball, 2001-2051, pp 339-353
Ein-Dor, P., The world and business computing in 2051: from LEO to RUR? pp 357-371
Amaravadi, C.S., The world and business computing in 2051, pp 373-386
Schell, E.H., The world and business computing at mid-century, pp 387-395
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ISSN / ISBN : 0963-8687
Date : December 2003
This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53124. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.