1994-06-27, English, Article, Other article edition: Client/server apps are gaining ground. (Closeup: Network Managers Survey) Cox, John

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  • Newsletter article
Published
  • United Business Media LLC, 1994 June 27
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Client/​server apps are gaining ground. (Closeup: Network Managers Survey)
Also Titled
  • Client/​server apps are gaining ground.
Appears In
  • CommunicationsWeek, no.n511, 1994 June 27, p70(1) (ISSN: 0746-8121)
Author
  • Cox, John
Published
  • United Business Media LLC, 1994 June 27
Physical Description
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  • Newsletter article
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Target Audience
  • Trade
Summary
  • Communications Week's 1994 network managers' survey reveals increasing use of 32-bit development platforms and object-oriented development tools by corporate developers. The overall trend is away from mainframe computers and toward applications that run on LANs, but some companies are incorporating mainframes into their downsizing efforts, using large machines as servers. Also, some client/​server applications require mainframe access even though they also have a local data store. Thirty percent of respondents say they purchased a 4GL tool in the past year, and 28% will do so in the next 12 months. Thirty-three percent of respondents bought C language tools, and 63% bought C++ tools, and in the next 12 months, those percentages will decline to 21% and 55%, respectively. The development platform cited most often is Windows 3.1. Only a few respondents are currently using Windows NT, but many say they plan to adopt it soon.
Notes
  • graph
Language
  • English
Related Resource
  • Communications Week (Periodical) -- Surveys
Database
  • Gale General OneFile
Identifier
  • 15582251

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