On The Continent, A New Era Is Also DawningFred Guterl
When it comes to information technologies, the 1980s seemed to last longer in Europe than in the U.S. By 1990, recession and rising global competition were forcing U.S. corporations to question their use of technology. In Europe, however, companies were still laying plans to move into the unified market and into Eastern Europe. As businesses expanded, so did computer budgets.
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