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Client/Server Information Systems: A Business-Oriented Approach

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Client/Server Information Systems: A Business-Oriented Approach

James E. Goldman, Phillip T. Rawles, Julie R. Mariga

ISBN: 978-0-471-29654-6 December 1998 688 Pages

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This book is for the new courses on client server architecture and client server applications which are emerging in many MIS programs, particularly those with telecommunications concentrations. Because of its flexible organization and practical orientation it is appropriate for a wide variety of levels, including community college, undergraduate, and graduate. It incorporates the same pedagogical models and hands-on, business oriented emphasis which has been successful in Goldman's previous books.

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Part One: Client/Server Architectures and Infrastructure
  1. Introduction to Client/Server Information Systems and Architectures
  2. Client Hardware
  3. Client Software
  4. Server Hardware and Software
Part Two: Client/Server Application Development and Deployment
  1. Client/Server Groupware
  2. Middleware
  3. Integration of Internet, Intranet, and Web-Based Technologies Within Client/Server Systems
  4. Client/Server Application Development and Integration
Part Three: Networking Infrastructure
  1. Local Area Network Operating Systems
  2. Wide Area Networking Concepts, Architectures, and Services
  3. Remote Access and Wireless Networking
Part Four: Client/Server Information Systems Administration
  1. Client/Server Information Systems Management
  2. Client/Server Information Systems Security
  • Flexible organization and practical orientation make it appropriate for a variety of levels: community college, undergraduate and graduate.
  • Hands on, business oriented emphasis.
  • Thorough coverage of hardware and technology without getting overly technical.
  • Case studies of real-world client server implementations.
  • Includes thorough coverage of management and security of client server information systems—important topics not usually covered in other books.
  • Chapters on Groupware, Middleware, Client Server Application Development.
  • Chapter on Integration with Intranets, Extranets and the Internet.
  • Covers client server application development as well as the network infrastructure over which those applications will be deployed.