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Bloor has a library of over 1,000 published research papers that provide incisive but cost effective decision support information. Our research publications can help your organisation by giving you:

  • Greater insight into the business issues technology is addressing
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McCabe ToolSet
Published: 1st January 1998 | By: Therese Cory
McCabe Associates has traditionally provided testing tools based around the McCabe metrics, developed by the company’s founder and present chairman, Thomas McCabe. The McCabe Toolset consists of the Visual Quality, Visual Reengineering and Visual Testing Toolsets.

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The Enterprise in Transition
Published: 1st January 1997 | By: Robin Bloor
The Enterprise by Other Means created a wide debate, in the computer press and on the web, which is still in pogress many months after the report was published. We have gathered together all of the important issues raised and…

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Enterprise by Other Means FAQ
Published: 1st January 1997 | By: Robin Bloor
When The Enterprise By Other Means was published in August 1996, it was widely viewed as a controversial ?projection of the direction that the IT industry was taking. While there were many supporters of the view it espoused (far more…

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The Enterprise by Other Means
Published: 1st January 1996 | By: Robin Bloor
The return to centralised computing is a major earthquake, and as with all major earthquakes it will rearrange the landscape. Some buildings will be left standing and others will not. Its tremors will be felt across the world, by IT…

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