From bestselling author Dewire comes this sequel to the highly successful "Client/Server Computing" examining how client/server technology has changed since its inception four years ago, why some strategies have failed while others have proven more adaptable, the tools that have worked, and those that haven't. Brimming with advice of what and what not to do, this book will be a must for IS managers, designers, and implementors.
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The lessons learned... the future trends... and the ways that today's businesses can maximize the potential of... SECOND-GENERATION CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING Client/server technology has changed and developed swiftly in a short period of time. Whether you were an early proponent of client/server, or are just now implementing it in your organization for the first time, this new book by the author of the best-selling Client/Server Computing is a must read. Filled with the kind of practical advice that's hard to come by, and written from a business perspective rather than a technical one, the book: Discusses the evolution of the client/server environment, and takes an informed look ahead at emerging trends. Spotlights the tools and strategies that have worked, those that have failed, and how both types of experiences have significantly altered today's underlying client/server concepts. Defines the current state of client/server computing, and explains why it's widely considered the environment of the future. Reviews the next generation of client/server commercial tools and applications. Describes the benefits and risks involved for an organization deciding whether it needs a client/server environment. Shows how to plan for a successful implementation or upgrade and remain vigilant to avoid potential pitfalls. In short, armed with this book, you'll have all the information you need on client/server computing to make sure that your business decisions are well-informed ones.
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