Web Browser

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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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Johns Hopkins University offers a dial-up connection to gopher and WWW client systems.
Business information can be distributed to WWW clients in a media rich format without any changes to the mainframe application infrastructure.
Large legacy applications are transformed from hard to integrate monoliths into flexible business components that are available to CORBA, OLE or WWW clients," says Cottman.