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IHInternational Harvester
IHInterstate Highway
IHInternational House (world organisation)
IHIn-House
IHInguinal Hernia
IHInduction Heating
IHIndian Hills (College in Iowa)
IHIntracranial Hypertension
IHIncredible Hulk (comic character)
IHInstitute of Hydrology (UK)
IHIntermittent Hypoxia
IHInformation Highway
IHHold Current (maximum current a fuse will pass without interruption)
IHInfectious Hepatitis
IHImmersion Heater
IHIntermediate Host (life cycle of parasites)
IHIntense Hurricane
IHIcelandic Horse
IHIntegrated Humanities (schools)
IHInformációs Hivatal (Information Office, Hungary; since 1989)
IHIndividual History
IHInner Housing
IHIdiopathic Hemihypertrophy
IHInitial Heading
IHImproved Hawk
IHIdiopathic Hyperventilation
IHInert Head
IHIndustrial Hygienist/Hygiene
IHIndependent Holder (classified documents/material)
IHIntercomputer Handler
IHInstituti I Hitorisë (Albanian: Institute of History in Kosova)
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Over the past year, the information highway has been instrumental in bringing community college courses to prisons.
Life in the fast lane: Nova Scotia's information highway. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: MT&T.
While the information highway and other aspects of information technology are advanced as a glamorous road to economic recovery, it is still very much an open question to what extent, if any, information technology has contributed to economic productivity.
Yet, less noticed in the public discussion is still another vision of the information highway that is largely confined to the corporate community, and that constitutes the real reason for what Bill Gates has called "the race for the gold."
Dentzer, Susan, "Bypass on the Information Highway," U.S.
The returns are already in on the Information Age, and the information highway promises merely more of the same, at an accelerated pace.
The entrepreneurs who are driving the information highway prefer to do business in a place where competition is not hedged about by rules and paperwork.
Just as design engineers developed the vehicles to travel the interstate highway system, information engineers are needed to develop the messages conveyed on the information highway.
Liz Hoffman is a member of the National Information Highway Advisory Council and the chair of the Coalition.
The information highway presents a unique opportunity for creative collaboration in the business community to address all the implications of the highway, down to staff training.
Despite the effort and funds being poured into developing IT technology, some Manitoba business people say the biggest challenge for business users of the information highway is not wiring but leadership and understanding.
Is an information highway designed in Washington, D.C., and operated under an inflexible, central plan likely to be user-friendly and user-driven?
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