An evaluation and implementation study of the Zenith 120 microcomputer in West Coast Fleet Commands
Barnett, George A.
Dolk, Daniel R.
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Austere funding and the increased administrative burdens being placed on fleet units will ultimately take their toll on performance, morale and combat readiness. Applying low cost microcomputer technology presents one method to alleviate many of these burdens. However, the current implementation process being used is not sufficient to meet the needs of the Fleet. Empirical evidence indicates that expenditures on computers are not accompanied by the expected rise in productivity. The use of computers is feasible. they are being used successfully throughout both the civilian and military communities. This study discusses the environment necessary to meet user needs. The central theme is one of standardization and documentation. Necessary tools and general recommendations are discussed.
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