AMS Selected for InfoWorld Top 100 as Organization Using Breakthrough Information Technology Strategies

AMS Selected for InfoWorld Top 100 as Organization Using Breakthrough Information Technology... from headquarters AMS Selected for InfoWorld Top 100 as Organization Using Breakthrough Information Technology Strategies Each year, InfoWorld, "The Voice of Enterprise AMS was chosen for its work on the journals on- Computing," selects a list of 100 organizations that uti- line and the creation of Earth Interactions. The write- lize breakthrough information technology strategies. up is as follows. AMS was selected as number 66 on the 1998 list, "Instead of watching the skies, the AMS watched which appears in the special 12 October 1998 issue of its journals move from print-only versions into multi- InfoWorld. media creations with a little help from Standard Gen- InfoWorld is a magazine that focuses on editorial eralized Markup Language (SGML). As manuscripts coverage of client/server products and solutions used are entered into the system, SGML automatically is in corporate enterprises. To compile their InfoWorld implemented to make the text multimedia-ready. Be- 100 list, InfoWorld surveys a number of knowledgeable cause the AMS wanted everyone to have easy access corporate technology executives, asking them to iden- to its information, it compiles its journals onto CD- tify the top companies with the most innovative technol- ROMs at the end of each year for easy reference. The ogy solutions for today's toughest business challenges. AMS also created an Internet-only publication to sup- Chosen by 100-plus editors and 350 000 readers, the port the articles that cannot be reduced to print form, InfoWorld 100 represents "the best of the best." such as stories with sound or movie clips." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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from headquarters AMS Selected for InfoWorld Top 100 as Organization Using Breakthrough Information Technology Strategies Each year, InfoWorld, "The Voice of Enterprise AMS was chosen for its work on the journals on- Computing," selects a list of 100 organizations that uti- line and the creation of Earth Interactions. The write- lize breakthrough information technology strategies. up is as follows. AMS was selected as number 66 on the 1998 list, "Instead of watching the skies, the AMS watched which appears in the special 12 October 1998 issue of its journals move from print-only versions into multi- InfoWorld. media creations with a little help from Standard Gen- InfoWorld is a magazine that focuses on editorial eralized Markup Language (SGML). As manuscripts coverage of client/server products and solutions used are entered into the system, SGML automatically is in corporate enterprises. To compile their InfoWorld implemented to make the text multimedia-ready. Be- 100 list, InfoWorld surveys a number of knowledgeable cause the AMS wanted everyone to have easy access corporate technology executives, asking them to iden- to its information, it compiles its journals onto CD- tify the top companies with the most innovative technol- ROMs at the end of each year for easy reference. The ogy solutions for today's toughest business challenges. AMS also created an Internet-only publication to sup- Chosen by 100-plus editors and 350 000 readers, the port the articles that cannot be reduced to print form, InfoWorld 100 represents "the best of the best." such as stories with sound or movie clips." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99

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Published: Jan 1, 1999

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