I remember when I was about 4 they built a busniess and technology on the Bourgh road site in 1996.
Anyway, I came across this website saying about they had some computers installed there (Which I am sure they have upgraded but I have sited some old 1s on my site)
Dominic Miles is under no illusions that the pace of change in computing might affect even their conservative estimate that the new equipment should have a four or five year life: "We opted for Compaq PCs with Pentium 133 chips. Each machine comes configured with a 1.6Mb hard drive and the new 120Mb floppy. The server is a Compaq ProLiant and we have tens of gigabytes of disk space. Our software suite includes Microsoft Office 4.3, Publisher 2.0 and Corel Draw, so we have the most up to date versions of both hardware and software. Having said that, the curriculum syllabus I wrote for IT in July has already had to be modified twice in six months just to take into account new developments in technology!"
It would be funny if they still ran those PCs around school, but when I read it I realised how much things have changed in the PC industry even within a few years. They go on to brag about their isdn connction.
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