22, 2000 Based on an ongoing telephone interview conducted by Technology User Database, Latin America (TUDLA), over 70% of all PCs used by businesses with 50 or more employees in Latin America and Puerto Rico originate from just three vendors; Compaq, IBM and HP.
What does TUDLA stand for?
TUDLA stands for Technology User Database, Latin America (database management company)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Type Unit Equipment Detail (file; US DoD)
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- Taller Universitario de Derechos Humanos (Spanish: University Workshop on Human Rights)
- Turpa-Urumqi-Dahuangshan Highway (China)
- Theater Unter Den Kuppeln (Germany)
- The Ultimate Disney Link Page
- Telekommunikations-Universaldienstleistungsverordnung (German: telecommunications universal service ordinance)
- Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (Malaysian Royal Air Force)
- Task Unit Duty Officer (US Coast Guard)
- Trusted User Do
- The Ultimate Directory of Gratis Software
- Tulsa University Drilling Research Projects (Oklahoma)
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- The Ultimate Decor Solutions Inc. (Canada)
- Toronto Urban Development Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
21, 2000 In the past six months, Technology User Database, Latin America (TUDLA) based in El Cajon, has interviewed over 3,000 businesses with 50 or more employees in fourteen Latin American countries and Puerto Rico.