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- Reliably yours. Madden, Mary; Tittel, Ed // PC World;Feb1996, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p120
Focuses on network servers and how to install and operate them. Compaq's ProLiant 1500 5/133; Hewlett-Packard's Configuration Assistant, which offers online guidance during the installation process; Availability of server-monitoring suites which automate some of the tasks that a harried network...
- Server hardware. Talley, Brooks; Avery, Mike // InfoWorld;01/19/98, Vol. 20 Issue 3, pS14
Reviews server hardware products from several companies. ALR Revolution 6x6; Boffin CD-ROM Server; CD Net Ultimate Server-Tower 14 2.01; HP C2987A Network-Ready CD-ROM Tower.
- Clients with class. Bournellis, Cynthia // PC Week;4/25/94, Vol. 11 Issue 16, Inside pA/10
Focuses on desktop computers called super clients. Features; Capabilities; Applications; Equipment needed; Software opportunities; Forrester Research Inc.'s prediction that Microsoft Corp. will not dominate the operating system of the super client market.
- Methodology eases client/server choice. Comaford, Christine // PC Week;4/25/94, Vol. 11 Issue 16, p74
Identifies the factors to be considered in choosing a client/server application tool. Presentation/graphical user interface; Process logic; Data access; Configuration management; Performance; Portability; Architecture; Security; Vendor profile.
- Survey proves it: Client/server delivers. Alsop, Stewart // InfoWorld;9/19/94, Vol. 16 Issue 38, p1
Announces a research project by Infoworld to determine the 100 most innovative users of client/server technology in United States. Problems in adoption of client/server technology.
- The scalable toolbox. Corcoran, Cate // InfoWorld;11/6/95, Vol. 17 Issue 45, p1
Focuses on the recent and upcoming releases of client/server development tools. Tools becoming object-oriented fourth-generation language (4GL); Tool's movement beyond the workgroup to the departmental and enterprise levels; Vendors providing the client/server tools; Support for partitioning as...
- `Marketecture'? You deserve more. Whitmore, Sam // PC Week;9/25/95, Vol. 12 Issue 38, p83
Editorial. Focuses on the emergence of the marketecture in selling client/server computing products. Network administrators' expectations from the 1995 NetWorld+Interop trade show; Tendency of network architects and application-deployment specialists to bypass point products; Marketecture as a...
- Pipeline: Client. // InfoWorld;01/06/97, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p23
Features a variety of client/server products released as of January 1997. ClarisWorks 4.0 Internet Edition; E&S Universal 3-D Architecture; SARIF's Shuttle LT800 portable data/video products.
- Client/server hotlist. // Health Management Technology;May1995, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p42
Presents a list of companies offering products designed for use in a client/server environment. Data provided by individual vendors response to survey questions; Gartner's model of client/server topologies.
- Let someone else cook. Willett, Shawn // InfoWorld;8/15/94, Vol. 16 Issue 33, p49
Focuses on the assistance offered by newly-introduced application tools in installing and managing a client/server system. Definition of a client/server application; Security afforded by accessibility to source code; Integration among the different client/server applications as key to a...