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Title : Creating a Self-Help Telecommunications Application at Carnegie Mellon University
Company : ARCHIBUS, Inc.
Date : 04-Feb-2009
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Carnegie Mellon University was founded in 1900 in Pittsburgh by industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, who wrote the time-honored words, "My heart is in the work," when he donated the funds to create Carnegie Technical Schools. Today, Carnegie Mellon is recognized as a pioneer in the use of computing in education. Its Andrew computing network, named for benefactors Andrew Carnegie and Andrew Mellon, is among the most advanced on any campus. To support the school’s growing computing demands, the university’s Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) staff developed a Web-based, self-help telecommunications application using ARCHIBUS.
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