Exploring IBM Client/server Computing
This is the first book to take a comprehensive look at industry leader IBM's overall approach to client/server computing and how all major product lines fit. The book is written using easy-to-understand language by IBM client/server expert David Bolthouse and edited by best-selling author Jim Hoskins. Whether you use personal computers, AS/400 systems, RS/6000 systems, S/390 mainframes, or non-IBM computer systems you will see how you can plan, build, and run a flexible client/server computing environment.
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Local Area Networks And Networks of PCs
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