L-S Computing Corporation

At time of publication, we were unable to locate significant information on the company whose brochure is shown here.

Part of the dynamism of the computer industry has always come from the rate at which new ideas and products flourish. People leave; companies merge; go out of business; are acquired—all these parts of the computer industry 'life cycle' foster a high rate of change and a certain amount of uncertainty, or what economists often call "creative destruction."