IBM, Microsoft share client/server vision

Taschek, John
September 1995
PC Week;9/25/95, Vol. 12 Issue 38, p102
Trade Publication
Focuses on the approaches of International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) and Microsoft Corp. in client/server computing. IBM's mainframe heritage; Microsoft's focus on empowering the desktop user; Object Management Group's Common Object Request Broker (CORBA); Component Integration Labs' OpenDoc; Object Linking and Embedding (OLE); Component Object Model (COM) framework.


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