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Crash - Learning from the World's Worst Computer Disasters

Ever since Babbage invented the computer, it's been crashing. Today nearly everyone in business uses computers but few do so with confidence. There is scarcely an industrialized country that has not seen its businesses seriously damaged by computer disasters. More than 60 per cent of new computer projects fail. In the US and UK alone, £58 billion has been lost through technology-related troubles.

Crash is the first book to piece together in remarkable detail what went wrong in some of the world's biggest computer failures. It describes the ten common factors found in most if not all disasters.

ISBN : 0-684-81687-3

Publisher : Simon & Schuster

Author : Tony Collins & David Bicknell

Format : Paperback

-Tony Collins & David Bicknell-

 

 

 

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH54791. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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