hierarchical communications

hierarchical communications

A network controlled by a host computer that is responsible for managing all connections. Contrast with peer-to-peer communications.
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When there are strong hierarchical communications structures, obtaining approval for any innovative approach to services or systems may have to undergo scrutiny at many levels as it ascends the hierarchy, then descends, perhaps changed beyond recognition.

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