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3); printing companies specialising in computer stationery; and companies marketing a wide range of computer-related supplies ranging from magnetic media (see Chapter 6) through specialist office furniture to anti-static mats and fireproof safes for storing magnetic tapes. 5 Related Organisations Data processing has not only created a whole new industry, but it has also spawned a complete community of interests. In this section some of the most important of these will be introduced. They are: * * * * * * professional bodies Government-sponsored organisations standards organisations trade press user groups telecommunication service organisations.

First, because it has been a growth area it has provided new The Impact of Data Processing on the Organisation 29 openings for people with traditional or established skills. Second, and perhaps more importantly, it has created new tasks for which specific combinations of educational and personal characteristics are required. (b) The elimination of certain tasks As with most technological innovations, computers have been intermittently subjected to Luddite fears and opposition on the grounds that they 'eliminate jobs'.

Computer stationery is, therefore, a significant element of the variable costs incurred in running a computer. The Economics of Data Processing 19 (ii) Storage media Another element of variable costs is that of storage media. This term includes such items as magnetic tapes and disks (see Chapter 6). Investment in these items may become very significant in a large installation. (iii) Power In many organisations power is regarded as an overhead cost in the same way as heat and light. Other organisations, however, recognising that a large computer may have a significant power consumption (especially when compared with other machines used in administration and data processing) treat power for the computer as a direct cost.

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