Virtually integrated technical architecture and lifecycle (VITAL) project : final and work documents collected by Lani Spund, circa 1990-1999
- Spund, Lani, collector
- Physical description
- 14 linear feet
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- In-library use M1908
- The project was conducted by Apple Computer and consists of published documentation, marketing materials, presentations, and work documents in paper and electronic (on hard disks) forms.
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- Latest date
- The collection is closed until processed.
- Gift of Lani Spund, 2012. Accession 2012-127.
- Lani Spund was project leader. Most materials are hers; some came from other project participants. VITAL (Virtually Integrated Technical Architecture Lifecycle) allows desktop computer users in an enterprise to view data and applications in a way that appears integrated. Users don't have to be concerned about where the data resides or how it's accessed [from http://support.apple.com/kb/TA28101?viewlocale=en_US, 7/18/12]