The first thing is the company. Today these guys use the computer to do everything inside the company. They use the computer to communicate with the exterior and with the people inside the company, they use the computer to calculate their profits and to make plans for the future, they also calculate all the costs they will have today, tomorrow, next week and so on, and they also use the computer to store all this information. how could they live without the computer?
They would have to do it all manually like the did in the past, plus they would have to make sure they would not make a single mistake because it could mean serious trouble if you changed one number for another value in the money, a serious mistake could even send you to jail. Now is that good for a company? Of course not.
The hospital would take another big hit. Probably the biggest hit of all. The hospital would miss all it's most important features like advanced machinery to diagnose the patients, it would also miss a lot of other features like digital hospital management to control the flow of the patients, to control the flow of the money, to control the temperature and to control almost everything.
Even people at home would miss the computer a lot. Today teens use the computer for all their communications and the computer must be always present in their lives, else they are in great trouble. The more you use the computer the more your life depends on it.
If tomorrow the computer ceased to exist I am sure a lot of people would not be able to restart their lives once again.
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