Smart-Client Servers Beat Fat and Thin

Mouline, Imad
September 2004
Bank Technology News;Sep2004, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p62
Trade Publication
Focuses on the plans of banks to enhance operational efficiencies, increase customer satisfaction and capture revenue-generating opportunities through the addition of new technologies. Options available for thin-client and rich-client infrastructures; Applications of thin-client and rich-client servers; Advantages of thin client environment.


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