Sun's Jini: Granting the Wish of Simplified Distributed Computing?

Gould, Lawrence S.
June 1999
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Jun99, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p56
Trade Publication
Provides information on Jini, a computer networking strategy, developed by Sun Microsystems Inc. Functions and applications of Jini; Information technology problems that can be solved by Jini; Factors to consider for Jini to succeed.


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