An Analysis of the Impact of Distributed Data Processing on Organizatoins in the 1980's
“Distributed Data Processing” (DDP) is examined from a technological, organizational, and economic perspective. DDP projections are made for the 1980’s as are recommendations for capitalizing on and minimizing the risks of this emerging technology.
|Author||Charles K. Davis and James C. Wetherbe|
|Keywords||distributed data processing, database, centralized/decentralized computing, information infrastructure, future EDP, MIS planning|