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Subject:measuring the value of a network From:Alexander Von_obert <avobert -at- TWH -dot- MSN -dot- SUB -dot- ORG> Date:Thu, 7 Aug 1997 11:08:03 +0100
* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von cdaunhauer -at- lsijax -dot- com an All am 06.08.97
cc> Our VP recently asked us if we knew of any ways to measure
cc> (hard numbers) the value of our new, company-wide network.
reduced FedEx, phone and data carrier costs are only a very minor part of the
- Your phone rings less often, making you more productive.
- It is less important where a computer resource is: You might
have wanted your own scanner because it was way to difficult
to transfer the TIF files to your computer. Now you can
continue your work on a more capable computer when yours
cannot do the job. Check your surroundings and see which
computers need not be bought because of this.
- You speed up many things. E.g. if you would have me edit
your German translations we could cooperate in a two-shift
scheme because we are in different time zones.