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Category:Computer systems - Wikipedia
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C. ▻ Capability systems (24 P). ▻ Centralized computing (10 C, 20 P). ▻ Classes of computers (33 C, 85 P). ▻ Cold War military computer systems of the United States (1 C, 42 P) ...
Computer - Wikipedia
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How do airline computer systems work? - Aug. 8, 2016 - CNN ...
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Aug 8, 2016 ... Airline computer systems know your name, credit card info and destination. You can't travel on a major airline without them. And when they go down, fliers and carriers come to a virtual stop.
Computing - Wikipedia
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Computing Careers says on their website that "A majority of IS programs are located in business schools; however, they may have different names such as management information systems, computer information systems, or business information systems. All IS degrees combine ...
Open system (computing) - Wikipedia
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Open systems are computer systems that provide some combination of interoperability, portability, and open software standards. (It can also refer to specific installations that are configured to allow unrestricted access by people and/or other computers; this article does not discuss that meaning). The term was popularized in ...
Operating system - Wikipedia
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An operating system (OS) is system software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs. Time-sharing operating systems schedule tasks for efficient use of the system and may also include accounting software for cost allocation of processor time, mass ...
AT&T Computer Systems - Wikipedia
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AT&T Computer Systems is the generic name for American Telephone & Telegraph's unsuccessful attempt to compete in the computer business. In return for divesting the local Bell Operating Companies (Baby Bells), AT&T was allowed to have an unregulated division to sell computer hardware and software. Prior to the ...
Home computer - Wikipedia
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A common marketing tactic was to show a computer system and console playing games side by side, then emphasizing the computer's greater ability by showing it running user-created programs, education software, word processing, spreadsheet and other applications while the game console showed a blank screen or ...
Alliant Computer Systems - Wikipedia
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Alliant Computer Systems was a computer company that designed and manufactured parallel computing systems. Together with Pyramid Technology and Sequent Computer Systems, Alliant's machines pioneered the symmetric multiprocessing market. One of the more successful companies in the group, over 650 Alliant ...
Computer security - Wikipedia
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One use of the term "computer security" refers to technology that is used to implement secure operating systems. In the 1980s the United States Department of Defense (DoD) used the "Orange Book" standards, but the current international standard ISO/IEC 15408, "Common ...
List of computer system manufacturers - Wikipedia
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The following is a list of notable computer system manufacturers. Contents. [hide]. 1 Current; 2 Companies that have ceased production; 3 See also; 4 References. Current[edit]. ABS Computer Technologies (Parent: Newegg); Acer · Gateway · Packard Bell · Achim · ADEK · Advantech · Amiga, Inc. ACube Systems Srl ...
Polymorphic Systems (computers) - Wikipedia
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PolyMorphic Systems was a manufacturer of microcomputer boards and systems based on the S-100 bus. Their products included the Poly-88 and the System 8813. The company was incorporated in California in 1976 as Interactive Products Corporation d/b/a PolyMorphic Systems. It was initially based in Goleta, then ...
Altos Computer Systems - Wikipedia
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Altos Computer Systems was founded in 1977 by David G. Jackson and Roger William Vass Sr. It focused on small multi-user computers, starting with multi-user derivatives of CP/M, and later including Unix and Xenix-based machines. In its 1982 initial public offering on NASDAQ, the company raised $59M. Thereafter the  ...
Computer Systems Institute - Wikipedia
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Computer Systems Institute (CSI) is a for-profit college in the United States. Founded in 1989 by Ella Zibitsker, its current Chairman of the Board. CSI offers a variety of career training programs and certificates in Computer Science, Hospitality, Customer Service, Marketing, as well as English Language programs .
Computer engineering - Wikipedia
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In this specialty, engineers build integrated environments for computing, communications, and information access. Examples include shared-channel wireless networks, adaptive resource management in various systems, and ...

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