|2.1 An original equipment manufacturer: Dell ||39|
|2.2 A software house: Borland International ||40-2|
|2.3 An infrastructure operator: AT&T Corp ||44-5|
|2.4 A ‘publisher’: AltaVista ||46-8|
|2.5 Information services provider: EDS ||49|
|2.6 An intensive information user: HSBC bank ||50-1|
|3.1 Microsoft and the courts ||85-6|
|3.2 Singapore: from intelligent island to global infocomm capital? ||99|
|4.1 Revising the Data Protection Act in the United Kingdom (95/46/EC) ||109-10|
|5.1 IT and competitive advantage: Ford ||145|
|5.2 IT and competitive advantage: American Airlines ||146|
|5.3 IT and competitive advantage: J. Sainsbury plc ||147-8|
|5.4 IT and competitive advantage: the Open University ||148|
|7.1 Spinal muscular atrophy: self-help on the web ||218|
|7.2 Some unusual US local community networks ||221|
|7.3 Digital Amsterdam ||221|
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Book title: Business, Information Technology and Society.
Contributors: Stephen D. Tansey - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: x.
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