Where will you keep your data?

Glatzer, Hal
September 1997
EMedia Professional;Sep97, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p76
Academic Journal
Discusses about network computer or NC, sacled-down personal computer (PC) that has no local storage and relies on remote servers to be its depository. Argument for NCs; Prices of NCs; Comparison between NCs and PCs.


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