Despite the sudden ouster of its chief technology officer last week, computer operations at the Bank of Boston will not be profoundly affected in the short term, industry sources predicted.

But over time, observers said, the bank will need to find a replacement for Michael Simmons, who is credited with giving the bank a conerent technology strategy at a time when the organization was in disarray.

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