Subject: Client/Server Solutions
To: None <tech-net@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Steve O'Keefe <>
List: tech-net
Date: 10/16/1996 09:31:58
Anyone interested in client/server computing will appreciate a new feature
running at IBM's Intranet & Client/Server web site:

The site features an excerpt taken from the new book "Exploring IBM
Client/Server Computing" by David Bolthouse. Bolthouse has spent a decade
with IBM designing and implementing client/server computing environments in
the real world. He takes a hype-free approach to the subject, dealing only
with products that are currently on the market, not vaporware that may
never be released.

"Exploring IBM Client/Server Computing" is about planning, building and
operating flexible, dependable client/server systems. It covers software,
hardware, networks, training and support. This is the first book to take a
comprehensive look at IBM's overall approach to client/server computing and
how all major product lines fit in.

"Exploring IBM Client/Server Computing" is part of the "Exploring IBM
Series" from Maximum Press ( Those without web
access can get a text-only version of the excerpt by sending e-mail to me
at with the subject line: Send Solutions.