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Computer Weekly 622

Thursday, October 12, 1978
Price 18p

Publication Date : 12th October 1978

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 Orbit foreshadows new IBM marketing strategies [Article]
Not credited
IBM announces its new 8100 distributed processing system; analysts draw conclusions about the company's future marketing from the release.
1 Secrets arrests [News Item]
Not credited
Two men have been arrested in Santa Clara, CA, accused of attempting to sell Intel trade secrets.
2 Code of conduct guidelines to be published in US [Article]
Not credited
The American Federation of Information Processing Societies suggests codes of ethics for computing professionals.
7 Cobol is due for major changes in the next decade [Article]
John Triance
Author discusses some possible changes to the Cobol programming language.
14 Minister optimistic on jobs -- but it's an 'act of faith' [Interview]
Malcolm Peltu
Interview with Employment Minister Albert Booth
16 'The real problem is that most people don't realise that the real problem is software' [Article]
Gary Daniels
Motorola's Gary Daniels argues that the UK has an advantage over the US in the field of software design.
32 Automated office -- where are the boundaries? [Article]
Fred Lamond
Discussion of the automated office concept suggests that the boundary between office automation and other computerised aspects of business is artificial.

Creator : IPC

Format : Tabloid

Physical Description : Newspaper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH54168. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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