Web-based management

Passmore, David
October 1996
Business Communications Review;Oct96, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses developments in World Wide Web-based management which involves the use of World Wide Web server and browser technology. Network management vendors' addition of Web browser interfaces to existing systems; Formation of the Web-Based Enterprise Management; Development of Sun's Java Management API set.


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