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This book is for the IT manager who is migrating to client/server or who would like to, but must first win the support of corporate management. Author Bernard H. Boar debunks the latest anti-client/server myths being propagated by the small number of gurus, pundits, and pedants he dubs the "Mainframe Preservation Society." Boar analyzes a broad range of IT reengineering issues—core. Get this from a library! Client/server strategies: implementations in the IBM environment. [William Marion] -- Client/server computing is fast becoming the standard for corporate computing. If you're involved in coordinating the migration to this landmark new technology, this book is . Client/server computing is fast becoming the standard for corporate computing. If you're involved in coordinating the migration to this landmark new technology, this book is for you. Here at last is a clear, complete explanation of what client/server computing is, along with real-world examples of successful applications that help you map out a Pages: Cost-effective strategies for client/server systems December December Read More. Author: Bernard H. Boar. Global Information Solutions, East Brunswick, NJ.
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Client server computing in mobile environments 1. Client-Server Computing in Mobile Environments 2. Client-Server Architecture Versatile, Message based, Modular Infrastructure intended to improve usability, flexibility, interoperability and scalability as compared to Centralized, Mainframe, time sharing computing. Intended to reduce Network Traffic. Communication is using RPC or SQL 2. Print book: English: 2nd edView all editions and formats Summary: In this second edition of the bestseller, computer visionary David Vaskevitch shows today's corporate decision makers, business owners, and technical professionals how emerging technology will make their companies more competitive by empowering workers with the information. Migrating to the Cloud: Oracle Client/Server Modernization is a reference guide for migrating client/server applications to the Oracle cloud. Organized into 14 chapters, the book offers tips on planning, determining effort and budget, designing the Oracle cloud infrastructure, implementing the migration, and moving the Oracle cloud environment into production. In this video you will Learn what is server and client and how Client Server Architecture Works Check out our website: Follow Telusko.