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Twelfth Annual UCLA Business School Survey: Computing Budgets and Services

  • Author(s): Frand, Jason L.
  • Britt, Julia A.
  • et al.
Abstract

In cooperation with the American Assembly of Collegial Schools of Business (AACSB), the Twelfth UCLA Survey of Business School Computer Usage addresses the financial and service aspects of the computerization effort. Data from 240 business schools from 11 countries is presented by quartile based on computer operating dollar per student. Schools in the first quartile are spending substantially more on average ($1,153,000) while those in the fourth quartiles are spending considerably less on average ($99,600). These expenditure differences are reflected in both the nature and quantity of the hardware resources and also in the level of staff support.

The report presents detailed demographic and hardware data, operating and capital budget information, and details on staff allocations for services. It provides benchmarks for capital and operating budget distributions and staff allocations by service.

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