The information-intensive supermarket industry has had to make technology available to whole new levels of people, both in its headquarters and in the store. This need for more distributed computing has increased the importance of client-server applications. he supermarket environment? Meanwhile, the mainframe computer isn't going away, although its roles are changing. Mainframes are now called on for enterprise-wide computing solutions requiring large-scale computing power rather than ...

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