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Articles from March

Aligning the Process with the People
Economic and technological forces have come together to make a growing number of existing information technology structures unworkable. The economic issue of global competition is forcing companies to become more flexible and client-oriented, while demanding...
Bargains and Bombshells: Calculating the Costs of Client/server
Fortunately, many CEOs have abandoned the pretense that client/server computing is cheaper. They have benefited from the experience of the client/server pioneers who believed the promises, made the investment, and measured the results. Many CEOs simply...
Evolution or Revolution?
Client/server computing is less a destination than a journey. Yet it is a journey most organizations sooner or later will be required to undertake. By the turn of the century, predicts Forrester Research in Cambridge, MA, client/server systems will account...
Overcoming Technology Illiteracy
Chief executives--even the most successful among them--must re-engineer their attitudes toward information technology to survive in today's increasingly competitive climate. What is required is an embrace that is direct, personal, and hands-on. The alternative,...
The Calculus of Client-Server
The concealed, ongoing costs of client/server management must be considered in any economic analysis of a software project. When a system's management and administrative costs are factored into the equation, client/server systems often are seen to be...