How to Deliver Client/Server Applications That Work

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Manning, Jan 1, 1995 - Application software. - 227 pages
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This book focuses on the needs of a project leader or a technical architect who is responsible for turning the vision of the executive into a successful client/server system. Unlike current books, which are either written for senior management responsible for strategy or for programmers who need low level programming details, this is a practical and concise, "how-to" guide and a roadmap for the process which will successfully deliver client/server applications. It leads the project leader through all the stages of the life cycle - from conceptualization to system development and deployment. How to Deliver Client/Server Applications That Work offers practical, proven advice on the business and technical issues that a project leader must deal with effectively.

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Contents

To Proceed or Not to Proceed
9
CostBenefit Analysis of ClientServer Systems
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Vendor Management
43
Copyright

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