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Seminar report on client/server
« on: October 16, 2011, 10:58:14 AM »
Thin-client/server computing is an evolutionary, not a revolutionary, approach to enterprise computing. It's about taking your existing computing infrastructure -- hardware, operating systems, software, networks, and standards -- even further, right now, in the fastest, easiest and most cost-effective way possible.

It's about transforming any client -- fat or thin -- into an ultra-thin machine. It's about 100 percent server-based processing, management, deployment and support, so you can extend business-critical applications across any type of connection to any type of client.

It's literally the best of both worlds. You can instantly provide access to virtually any business-critical application, including 16- and 32-bit Windows, across any type of network connection to any type of client. You get the power of single-point control for deploying, managing and supporting applications, including enterprise-wide rollouts, updates and additions. Users get the universal access to the applications they need, exceptional performance they require, and the familiarity and ease of use they're accustomed to. Plus, it's cost-effective and secure.
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