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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New Infrastructure Automation Platform Features Management Console, Activity Reporting and Push Client Runs
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.
Announces New Version of Private Chef (TM) for the Enterprise, Featuring Management Console, Activity Reporting and Push Client Runs
Using the new BackWeb Client Administration Kit, corporations can now customize the push client interface, incorporate corporate UI specifications and enterprise specific controls.
0 is an innovative and valuable application that leverages Netscape Netcaster, the first standards-based push client software on the market, to expand the information distribution options available via push technology," said Mark Coggins, director of developer relations at Netscape.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Netscape Communications Corporation (Nasdaq: NSCP) today announced that Netscape(R) Netcaster push client software is available this week as part of Netscape(R) Communicator.
Utilizing no thrills body weight and functional training routines designed to push clients to achieve previously unachievable fitness goals.
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).
While volunteering is certainly not a panacea for physical and emotional conditions perceived as a handicap to employment, the experience of volunteering can put to rest shortsighted expectations that otherwise might push clients away from seriously considering employment.
SPBA said, 'We need to quickly find a solution that will not push clients who have put their trust in Swiss banks to seek refuge in other countries.
Apart from filing fees, banks also push clients to take insurance services through their affiliated companies.