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Web Server

Any hardware or software allowing a computer to connect to the Internet. A web server allows one to visit websites, post or share content, and view advertisements.
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Just as you need a bowl or cone for ice cream, a client/server environment has some requirements as well.
Some client/server LOSes now handle software updates through your Internet connection, and work in the background.
* Client/server methods do not open the door to nonfinancial personnel any more than traditional accounting software.
Further, if your company currently has plenty of excess bandwidth on its LAN, it's unlikely a client/server system will improve performance across the LAN dramatically; this is because a client/server system helps solve LAN data bottleneck problems.
The standard idsCATS system and the idsCATS client/server system share an identical user interface and maintain identical data, thus allowing a company to begin with a standard idsCATS system, add more user licenses as it grows, and then upgrade seamlessly to an idsCATS client/server if the user count or transaction volume reaches exceptionally high levels.
* client/server computing, network infrastructure, relational databases, and graphical user interface (GUIs).
Column Graph: LIMS Hardware Preferences Client/Server Mini-based Client/Server PC-based In-house AXP 11% 0% 0% MS-DOS 0% 7% 11% UNIX 43% 15% 11% VAX/VMS 42% 1% 11% Windows 3.1 0% 14% 11% Windows 95 0% 26% 11% Windows NT 0% 36% 23% Other 4% 2% 23%
What problems do companies encounter when implementing client/server technology?
Client/server computing systems are comprised of two logical parts: a server that provides services and a client that requests services of the server.
Last month, we explained how to assess your network readiness and gave tips on deciding between a ear-to-peer and client/server network.
Baan IV runs in client/server UNIX and Windows NT environments.
Client/server methodology should be provided allowing networking between various groups within an organization.
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