By Chandra Yadav Subhash
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The Client/Server technology is a model, for the interaction between simultaneously executing software processes. The term architecture refers to the logical structure and functional characteristics of a system, including the way they interact with each other in terms of computer hardware, software and the links between them. In case of Client/Server systems, the architecture means the way clients and servers along with the requisite software are configured with each others. Client/Server architecture is based on the hardware and the software components that interact to form a system.
Providing the right data to the right people at the right time is the core of decision support for MIS departments. As competitive conditions change, so do the companies’ internal structure, thus triggering demands for information systems that reflect those changes. Client/Server tools such as Lotus Notes are designed exclusively to provide corporations with data and forms distribution, and work group support, without regard to geographical boundaries. These workgroup tools are used to route the forms and data to the appropriate end users and coordinate employee work.
V) Technological advances that have made client/server computing practical like microprocessor technology, data communication and Internet, Database systems, Operating Systems and Graphical User Interface, PC-based and end user application software. (vi) Growing cost and performance advantages of PC-based platforms. (vii) Enterprise network management. 2 DRIVING FORCES Forces that drives the move to Client/Server computing widely can be classified in two general categories based on: (i) Business perspective.