Middleware presages client/server future

Whitmore, Sam
January 1993
PC Week;1/25/93, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p88
Trade Publication
Editorial. Focuses on the emergence of middleware which slows the acceptance of enterprisewide client/server computing. Middleware as a comprehensive network application interface (API); Licensing of Verity Inc.'s text-retrieval engine; Support for Microsoft's ODBC spec; Fusion of DEC's Network Application Support.


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