Cost-Effective Strategies for Client/Server Systems
This book is for the IT manager who is migrating to client/server or who would like to, but must first win the support of corporate management. Author Bernard H. Boar debunks the latest anti-client/server myths being propagated by the small number of gurus, pundits, and pedants he dubs the "Mainframe Preservation Society." Boar analyzes a broad range of IT reengineering issues—core competencies, internal economy, processes, human resource architecture, vendor relationships, IT architecture, and organizational structures. He clearly outlines client/server's myriad technical and strategic advantages for business organizations and offers tips for successfully presenting your recommendations to corporate management. He also provides far-reaching advice on a host of system design, planning, and implementation issues as he:
Cost-Effective Strategies for Client/Server Systems is must reading for IT managers, CIOs, systems planners and administrators, and all those involved with the planning, design, and implementation of business information technology.
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The Mainframe Preservation Society
Corporate Strategy Information Technology
Understanding ClientServer Computing
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