CLIENT-SERVER SYSTEMS GAINING CLIENTS: SURVEY

LAS VEGAS -- Use of client-server technology grew fourfold in the past year, and the technology is poised for further aggressive expansion in the next two years, according to a survey of chief information officers in retailing and other industry segments.By 1995, CIOs plan to run 57% of their business applications on client-server architectures, up from 1993's 27% and a dramatic leap from the 5% reported

LAS VEGAS -- Use of client-server technology grew fourfold in the past year, and the technology is poised for further aggressive expansion in the next two years, according to a survey of chief information officers in retailing and other industry segments.

By 1995, CIOs plan to run 57% of their business applications on client-server architectures, up from 1993's 27% and a dramatic leap from the 5% reported in both 1992 and 1991, according to the survey. When broken out as a group, reta

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