Integrating personal computers in a distributed client-server environment
Today, most organizations operate with three distinct computing domains: mainframe-based; UNIX/VMS/MPE servers; and desktops, which are most often personal computers. This book details methods for bringing these domains together into a cohesive, enterprise-wide distributed computing environment. of personal computers into the enterprise-wide computer environment.
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