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Browsing South African Computer Journal 1995(15) by Issue Date

Browsing South African Computer Journal 1995(15) by Issue Date

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  • Avgerou, C; Madon, S (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1995)
    In this article we review the current debate on the impact of the increasing significance of information handling enabled by advances in information technology on socio-economic development, with particular emphasis on the ...
  • Crossman, T.D.; Fortmann, P; Heneke, V; Murray, D (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1995)
    There is considerable debate about the value of information technology (IT) in developing economies. Some argue opti­mistically that without IT, developing economies will not grow. Others, somewhat pessimistically, warn ...
  • Grobler, M (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1995)
    With the enormous educational backlogs in South Africa it seems that there is no choice other than searching for alternative, technology-based ways for improving the existing educational situation. This paper describes ...
  • Korpela, M (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1995)
    There is a long, although thin, tradition of research on whether and how information technology (IT) can contribute to national development and basic human needs, particularly in developing countries (DCs). It is striking, ...
  • Lai, LSL (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1995)
    It is believed that revolutionary developments in information technology may allow developing countries to leapfrog obsta­cles to development if they can successfully apply the new technology. However, many organizations ...
  • Yellen, RE; Sanford, CC (South African Computer Society (SAICSIT), 1995)
    The Singapore government's adoption of policies which has promulgated an infrastructure heavily reliant on information technology is used as a model to explain Singapore's remarkable economic growth. This model helps to ...

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