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Computers, Our Little Evil Friend

Summary: How have computers impacted and affected the workplace, and how can companies ensure that computers increase rather than decrease productivity?
"And we owe it to computers. Or do we? The truth may be quite different" (Symantec Corporation). Many individuals automatically think computers increase productivity; however, recent studies say differently. On October 8, 2003, home users, as well as business users, found their computers to be infected with a virus, the Blaster worm. Men and women across America were without their toys, and for some, their professional careers and thousands of dollars were wasted away. Viruses, crashes, I/O errors, network failures, you name it, it happens. Computers can help us, but nevertheless, they can also be our worst nightmares other times. A virus strikes a large firm, puts hundreds of computers offline, forcing the company to lose thousands of dollars. For whom do we blame this catastrophe? Computers have caused millions of dollars in damage, from simple Windows TM The computer industry increased in the 1980s, with...

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