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The IT History Society is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of knowledge about the people, products, and companies that together comprise the field of computing.

Since 1978 our organization, and its hundreds of members, have worked toward this goal, and we invite you to contribute your own knowledge and memories on this website! (read more)

Android O: Upcoming Features in The Latest Android Version

We are quite used to Google making new updates with its android operating system every year. So even if there are few days left for the new version to roll out, Google is out with the beta version of it which was released some days after the release of Developer preview. The announcement about release of Android O- the latest...

Fire Damages Internet Archive Scanning Center

There was a fire at the Internet Archive’s San Francisco scanning center recently. The good news is that no one was hurt and no data was lost. Their main building wasn't affected except for damage to one electrical run which caused them to lose power to some servers for a while. The San Francisco Fire Department was fast and great...

Fire Damages Internet Archive Scanning Center

There was a fire at the Internet Archive’s San Francisco scanning center recently. The good news is that no one was hurt and no data was lost. Their main building wasn't affected except for damage to one electrical run which caused them to lose power to some servers for a while. The San Francisco Fire Department was fast and great...

The History of Enterprise Software

Software Advice, an online reviewer of ERP software , has published a four-part series on the history of enterprise software. In the series, Lara Zuehlke, Managing Editor at Software Advice, investigates how computing hardware and software evolved from punched cards all the way to the Internet and social applications. Here’s a link to each of the four parts, with a...

The History of Enterprise Software

Software Advice, an online reviewer of ERP software , has published a four-part series on the history of enterprise software. In the series, Lara Zuehlke, Managing Editor at Software Advice, investigates how computing hardware and software evolved from punched cards all the way to the Internet and social applications. Here’s a link to each of the four parts, with a...

The History of Enterprise Software

Software Advice, an online reviewer of ERP software , has published a four-part series on the history of enterprise software. In the series, Lara Zuehlke, Managing Editor at Software Advice, investigates how computing hardware and software evolved from punched cards all the way to the Internet and social applications. Here’s a link to each of the four parts, with a...