Application: Business
On April 7, 1964 the entire concept of computers changed.

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The hardware used in business applications has changed over the decades—from room-sized centralized mainframes to small, often geographically-distributed client-server systems based on a microprocessor—but the characteristics of these systems have typically remained the same: large storage; ability to handle a high rate of transactions (I/Os); and high availability/reliability. Software must be appropriately robust to function in this environment.
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NCR 395 Electronic Data Processing System
1968 - 1969
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NCR CRAM: Card random access memory
1960
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Net/Alert: Because You Shouldn't Learn About Your IP Network Problems from Your Users
1970 - 1979
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New speeds with Random Access Accounting with the IBM RAMAC 1401
1959
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Nixdorf Series 800 Client Accounting Service System CLASS
1973
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Now YOU Can Program a Computer in BASIC A New Dimension in Data Processing
1965
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On April 7, 1964 the entire concept of computers changed
1964
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On-line Saving Systems Featuring the NCR 315 with CRAM (Card Random Access Memory)
1960
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Operating System Orientation for Management
1966
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OpScan 17 Source Document Reader
1974
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