The Norwegian Computer Society

The NCS is the largest special interest society for information technology (IT) in Norway. It is an open, independent forum for Norway’s IT professionals and advanced IT users. The society encompasses the IT industry, corporations in general and research and development institutions. The NCS is an independent and wholly self-financed society with more than 10,500 registered members and more than 1,200 company members.

A Brief History

One of Europe’s oldest computer societies.The Norwegian Computer Society turned 50 years in 2003, and is thus one of Europe’s oldest computer societies. The NCS has its roots in the beginning of the fifties. It all started with the "Punchcard club Team" in 1953, which was tied to IBM interest organizations.
28. september 2009
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