Which MS is not new to that territory. XWindows has been doing that for a long time. Adam Lang Systems Engineer Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company http://www.rutgersinsurance.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Fritz Hayes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Friday, December 28, 2001 6:17 PM Subject: RE: Web enablement options (previously private) > Walden > > The severe line you mention is a key point in the debate about iSeries > vs. The World. The folks at M$ are pushing hard to make the desktop > (i.e. Browser, 5250, Terminal Server/Citrix) synonymous with back end > processing and business workflow. As you have pointed out so well, > different skill sets are needed to create that "User Friendly" thin > client as compared to creating code to track the money or orders or > merchandise. > > So, I wonder, is the Web browser, with all the sensatory enhancements, > the best client for the iServer? I'm thinking so. It can provide the > centralize control of information while maintaining many freedoms for > the users. > > > Best Regards > > Fritz Hayes > Atwater Associates
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