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client machine

A user's computer. Contrast with server. See client and client download.
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1 servers and that a new client will include the patch, which will be available for free -- although getting this onto client machines poses the same problems as the distribution of the patch.
Previously, an IT staffer, armed with a CD containing the monthly fix, had to physically walk around and install the upgrade on each client machine - a process that took two or three hours every month and interrupted users from their work.
No additional software is required on client machines.
The benefit of secure remote access software from HOB is that there are no configuration costs and minimal administration expenses, as no software is required be installed on client machines.
With RemoteWare Portable, network administrators and help-desk/support personnel can access client machines from a stand-alone machine without being on the corporate LAN.
The Office Online pilot is Microsoft's reaction to the fast growing Application Service Provider (ASP) movement, where expensive software applications can be rented as needed, instead of purchased and loaded onto client machines.
Interface was chosen as SCO's Hot Developer because of their enterprise networking products that connect UNIX system client machines and environments with IBM(R) mainframes.

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