A newly revised edition of the guide to making the most of this increasingly important information systems technology. Using real-life examples, the book demonstrates the potentials and limits of client/server technology, examines how this technology can be used to increase productivity, describes the design of client/server systems using a variety of software systems and more. This edition offers expanded material on technical aspects of client/server systems including upgrade management, middleware, network printing, IEEE, LAN and ATM protocols, CORBA, HTTP and HTML. Also includes a new chapter on network SQL, ANSI SQL and ODBC as well as an expanded appendix and exercises and projects that cover topics chapter-by-chapter.About the Author:
PAUL E. RENAUD is Vice President of Development at Cognos Inc., where he is responsible for the product engineering of world-class client/server business intelligence tools such as PowerPlay and Impromptu. Prior to joining Cognos, Mr. Renaud was director of computing and networking at Bell Northern Research, where he was responsible for the implementation and management of several thousand distributed computing systems comprising enterprise-scale client/server systems.
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Descripción Wiley, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 2. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0471133337
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