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Adj.1.client-server - relating to a computer system in which a central server supports a number of networked workstations
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From my reading of the notice, I could tell that the new system is most likely using the older technology commonly known as client-server technology.
In this paper a throughput performance improvement for Voice over IP (VoIP) applications in the fixed WiMAX network using a distributed Client-Server model is developed to improve the services that are provided to the end user.
Control Microsystems has released ClearSCADA 2010, the latest version of its client-server enterprise software.
Trend Micro Incorporated have announced that West Coast Labs has published an independent evaluation of competing small and medium business (SMB) client-server security suites and determined that Trend Micro's Worry-Free Security product--Client Server Messaging Security, for SMB 3.0--offers the first class protection with low administrative efforts, most desirable for small business with little or no IT staff.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 26, 2005 - (JCNN) - Infocom has embedded its proprietary gene network inference software Auto Net Finder into Pathway Studio Central, a client-server pathway analysis software program from Ariadne Genomics of Maryland.
The FirePass Controller is the industry's first SSL VPN solution that provides complete cross-platform support and the broadest application access, including web hosts, client-server applications, and legacy hosts.
For example, in the client-server world, a request for data goes from the client workstation to the server, which then passes it to a storage device, retrieves the needed data set, and passes it down to the client workstation for viewing and use.
Systems Administration covers topics such as installation, configuration and administration of UNIX- and/or NT-based client-server systems.
Well, it turns out system administrators--particularly those with far-flung operations--hated client-server applications.
Similar to the client-server version of LIDB is the internet version, called WebLIDB.
We wanted to put an infrastructure in place that would allow us to grow as technology advanced, and to run our business processes on the web, providing easy web access for students, faculty, and staff." Edmondson and his review committee, however, had some rather specific priorities: keep costs low, hold training to a minimum, and develop a single client-server operating system.
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