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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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YES, whereas the client-server electronic systems are designed to prevent such fraudulent activities, through in-built checks and balances.
The communication between the central server and Server BSs uses a Client-Server algorithm to provide network information; communication between Server BSs and Client BSs uses Client-Server communication algorithm to provide network information from Server BS to Client BS.
With PCs and their client-server applications, we took for granted such functions as instant recalculation, fast response times and local printing.
Aside from allowing access to applications from any browser, the appeal in terms of systems administration has been obvious: with no business applications code on the PC, client-server's biggest headache - the installation and maintenance of code on individual clients - goes away.
One of the chief reasons that the battle is being lost is that many client-server IT departments still try to manage all their data as if it were active information that has to be accessible in nanoseconds.
The new DocSTAR SE is a turnkey imaging system with a robust client-server architecture and 32-bit database that can scan, file and rapidly retrieve millions of critical documents.
Teamlog's areas of expertise are database management systems, telecoms, networking, multimedia, client-server architectures and security.
Most noticeably, ERP software is moving toward "n-tier thin-client" architecture to make client-server computing more efficient and less costly.
By offering the capabilities of heterogeneous platform support, automated media handling, consistent interoperable tape format, data stream parallelism, remote management, and client-server frameworks for storage management, NetWorker is the most flexible and scalable storage management solution available.
Mainframes are the norm for most food manufacturing information systems, but client-server is coming on strong.
If mainframe computing is like driving a reliable sedan, some experts say client-server computing is like driving a fast, maneuverable sports car.
AT&T information services evolved from mainframe computer environment into a client-server open architecture in the early 1990s.

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