Netcentric Computing

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Taylor & Francis, Dec 2, 1997 - Computers - 456 pages
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Concentrates on the organizational impact of netcentric computing, which is defined as a common architecture that supports multiple electronic access channels to multiple sources of information by multiple types of users by means of technologies that employ open, commonly accepted standards. The authors provide an overview of technical and business issues, and discuss the many factors affecting implementation. A final section looks at emerging technologies and issues that are certain to affect the evolution of netcentric solutions throughout the coming years. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Ryan is a partner with Andersen Consulting and the current Managing Director for an innovative group within Technology Integration Services-Worldwide devoted to large complex systems. He has written more than 30 articles on various aspects of computing and contributes to a regular column on systems development.

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