push client

push client

Software in a user's computer that accepts data being pushed from the Web or from the local intranet into the machine. See push technology.
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The POL-Net technology includes a thin push client that attaches to a browser (Netscape or Explorer) and floats on top of the user's desktop.
Using the new BackWeb Client Administration Kit, corporations can now customize the push client interface, incorporate corporate UI specifications and enterprise specific controls.
We have on all of them labels, we don't push clients, we only show them.
JPMorgan's move to push clients out of commission accounts was not anticipated by Kleinhanzl and Brown, who suggested that in light of recent reports, the firm "may also choose to utilize the best-interest contract (BIC) exemption and permit commission-based retirement accounts under certain circumstances," they said in a note to investors.
JPMorgan's move to push clients out of commission accounts was not anticipated by the KBW analysts Brian Kleinhanzl and Michael Brown, CFA.
CPA financial planners should push clients to ask questions and help them determine the answers.
What's more, the mere hint of non-compliance may cost the bank -- damaging its reputation, an accusation might push clients to migrate to a competitor for any number of reasons.
It is important to push clients to consider not only their core expenses, but also their joy and their legacy planning expenses, which they often highly underestimate.
The certifications are nice, but we do not push clients to pursue LEED just to pursue LEED.
And your first task should be to push clients and brands out of their comfort zone and into the reality of the digital atmosphere.
Mr Thompson showed that the Dalex Paddy had been fashioned in such a manner that it would not push clients to borrow more than they required.
We specifically sourced equipment that no one else had and we wouldn't be in a position to push clients away from existing (manufacturers).