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Web client

The client, or user, side of the Web. It typically refers to the Web browser in the user's machine. It may also refer to plug-ins and helper applications that enhance the browser to support special services from the site. The term may imply the entire user machine or refer to a handheld device that provides Web access. Contrast with Web server. See browser plug-in.
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Last year, we streamlined and accelerated our network management solution with the Fluidic web client.
In addition the new web client enables Notes users to work seamlessly with applications off-line and to send changes back to a central server.
DALLAS -- Fonality, a pioneer in the development of phone and contact center solutions exclusively for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), today announced the beta release of the new Fonality Web Client, an advanced web-based application designed to simplify the way SMBs use phone systems to communicate and conduct business.
It includes a Web services platform and mobile web client, enhanced management capabilities and ongoing improvements to Scalix's award-winning web client and Outlook support.
0 Web Client, a desktop scanning and removal utility that removes spyware from infected PCs without the need for a permanent client installation.
Specifically, customers look to PostPath to slash software, storage and infrastructure costs by 75%, simplify administration via live granular backup and restore, leverage more efficient standards-based archiving and compliance approaches, simplify on and off-site redundancy for business continuity and disaster recovery, and leverage open systems by offering capabilities like a browser-independent AJAX web client with rich and flexible web-based client access.
Enhanced Web Client Graphical Process Viewer - The ProductCenter(TM) Web Client now has a Graphical Process Viewer similar to the ProductCenter(TM) Windows Client, which lets users present workflow processes such as signature cycles in a graphical representation, making it much easier to visualize, modify, or spot bottlenecks in processes.
As recognized experts in effective document design and integration with leading-edge document production environments, APT will supply Personix with enhanced information and graphic-design capabilities and personalization strategies for its extensive range of service offerings, including its comprehensive Web Client Control Center(TM) (WC3) application.
Representatives from Chinese industry and academia will speak and the W3C staff will present work on the W3C Mobile Web Initiative, the Internationalization Activity, the Rich Web Client Activity, the Semantic Web Activity, and the Voice Browser Activity.