Bulletproofing Client/server Systems

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Computers - 332 pages
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What's better than having access to a terrific PC troubleshooting team? Not needing them in the first place! And that's what the increasingly popular "bulletproofing" concept is all about. By deploying and managing client/server systems so they work well from the start, many problems and pitfalls can be effectively eliminated. Based on an expert-developed approach, this well-organized, jargon-free guide uniquely covers a wide range of server products and client systems and focuses on practical - not theoretical - issues as it provides invaluable tips and strategies on how to build client/server systems, intranets, and extranets; make them fast enough; make them secure; ensure their reliability; and support them while reducing support costs. Stunning 3-D style illustrations enhance the text, while an extensive resources section gives you information on client/server vendors, a glossary of more than 400 terms, and more.

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Defining ClientServer Computing
Why ClientServer?
Bulletproofing ClientServer Design

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About the author (1997)

Glenn E. Weadock is president and confounder of Independent Software, Inc. (ISI), a computer consulting firm in the foothills of Evergreen, Colorado near Denver. ISI offers a range of services, including help desk planning, information system strategy studies, project management, computer system performance analysis and enhancement, software design, and training program development. ISI clients, which include several Fortune 1,000 companies as well as small private companies, do business in industries as diverse as telecommunications, semiconductors, real estate, high-energy physics, bioengineering and electronics. In addition to consulting work, Mr. Weadock develops and leads seminars in the U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom. As one of the country's top consultants on computer support issues, he has been interviewed by such trade journals as Computerworld, InfoWorld, MacWeek, and LAN Magazine.

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