Client/server & Beyond: Strategies for the 21st Century

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Prentice Hall PTR, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 244 pages
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Practical, hard-won wisdom for succeeding with client/server projects.
-- Helps managers understand the four critical C/S success factors: people, process, technology and tools.
-- Includes extensive case studies from the viewpoint of hands-on implementors.
-- Emerging trends and technologies that will revolutionize client/server development.

Client/Server and Beyond: Strategies for the 21st Century is the high-level managers' guide to succeeding with client/server -- from planning through implementation. It presents techniques that will help senior management prepare IT organizations for success with client/server -- and provides a much-needed big-picture perspective on the current state of client/server development. It reviews the factors associated with successful projects, providing insight into developing architectures that truly meet business needs. The book walks through establishing the best development infrastructure, requirements-gathering, designing client/server projects, and then constructing, testing and implementing them. The book also considers emerging trends and technologies that will revolutionize client/server development.

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ClientServer Challenges and Realities
The Success Factors
Setting the Stage for Success

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About the author (1997)

Barnes is the president & founder of Knowledge Transfer Associates, Inc.

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