client server


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client server

Network architecture that places commonly used resources on centrally accessible computers for retrieval by any individual with access to the network.
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Furthermore, scheduling backups for multiple client servers to a backup server creates an inherent conflict between the time required to back up all clients and the time available for nondisruptive access to the network.
In a typical IP SAN configuration, the backup software instructs client servers to send backup data to logical volumes presented by a storage-provisioning appliance over a dedicated gigabit Ethernet SAN.
This intrinsic feature enables multiple client servers to backup data to their own logical disks at the same time, without having to wait for other backup jobs to finish.
The Client Server Edition packages the same user interface and search engine on CD ROM as the earlier Network Edition.
"With Client Server, customers can quickly search for listings by name, address, city, state/province, ZIP/Postal Code, phone number, SIC code, geographic proximity, county or MSA.
West Coast Labs, an independent organisation which tests and validates the functionality and performance of security products and which also developed the Checkmark certification system into one of the world's foremost certification programs, conducted a comparative assessment of three SMB-focused solutions--Symantec Client Security 3.0 for Groupware, McAfee Active AV Defense 8.0i and Trend Micro Client Server Messaging Security for SMB 3.0.
These client server and database applications perform best when implemented on a SAN due to the dedicated storage access.

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