January 5, 2001
Indiana U. Makes Computer-Replacement Plan a Top Priority
Not many large public universities can afford to replace all of their desktop computers every three years. But administrators for the Indiana University system say they've just successfully completed the first replacement cycle and are finding that the program is well worth its $6-million-a-year cost.
Indiana has purchased 15,000 new computers under the plan, which guarantees that no faculty or staff member has to put up with a desktop computer that is more