host-based system

host-based system

[′hōst ‚bāst ‚sis·təm]
(communications)
A communications system that is controlled by a central computer system.
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The method GEBAS and the partial processes are operated on a host-based system platform on IBM mainframe z / OS Unix System Services and the client server shares (C / S) under Windows.
Harris said that system and network security support will include system certification and accreditation, network penetration testing, secure code validation, DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) document creation and validation and host-based system auditing.
Clearly, our host-based system had not been developed to fulfill the particular requirements of managed healthcare, and we determined suspected it could not be reasonably or economically re-engineered to accommodate those demands.
SIRSI's Unicorn product picked a more evolutionary approach, choosing to gradually morph its host-based system to a client/server architecture.
They had a host-based system for 98% of the system, but a LAN for the administrative network.
Effective August 2009, Bechtle Direct will offer its SMB customers a host-based system that ensures their key technology infrastructure operates uninterrupted even in the case of a critical system failure.
A company can expect to pay from [dollar]500 to [dollar]l,000 per server for a host-based system.
SOLUTION: Implementation of an integrated client-server managed care solution, Facets from ERISCO, to replace our host-based system.
In the old information era, the computing and telecommunications model was a characteristically isolated, expensive, host-based system using hard-to-access proprietary architectures.
Upon unexpected Internet connection interruptions, this feature automatically dials Abanco's host-based system.
Intoto's ParentalCQ provides superior Internet access control and monitoring capabilities for home networks because it is part of the residential gateway rather than a host-based system which typically requires more maintenance and can be easily compromised.