Open Systems Handbook
Author Thomas Wheeler uses his experience with the Sloan School at MIT and his presentations to executive groups across the U.S. to provide an eye-opening look at the many practical applications of open-systems technology. Wheeler examines ways to exploit open-systems technology to solve immediate problems while optimizing capital and human investments. This handbook provides management with insight into potential growth while creating a base for strategic plans. Contents include characteristics of open systems, clients and client software, and transition scenarios.
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