Client/server: A Manager's Guide
This book is the ideal starting point for business managers and professionals involved with software applications, as well as IT professionals/users who want to keep abreast of the latest trends and issues in client/server. The book takes a down-to-earth approach to a very important business subject, with practical recommendations backed up with major case studies to show how ideas have been put into practice.
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CLIENT OPERATING SYSTEMS
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APPC application development approach architecture benefits building C/C++ programmers called CICS client operating system client/server applications client/server development COBOL commercial communications companies complete components corporate data data model desktop development tool distributed DOS/Windows enables example front-end graphical user interface hardware high-end client/server host IBM's implement integrity Intel Intelligent Environments logic machine mainframe mainframe applications maintenance megabytes memory Mercedes-Benz method microkernel Microsoft mid-range Minnesota Mutual modules multi-tasking object object-oriented programming ODBC organization packages performance POSIX procedure processor programming interface programming language relational database requirements RISC Schindler Screen renovation solution SQL database SQL statements standard static SQL System Object Model Taligent transaction UNIX update vendors version control VSAM Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Windows applications Windows NT Workplace Workplace Shell workstation