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As corporate belts have tightened during the past two years, executives have begun pursuing a new idea in applications delivery and system design - a more cost-effective model for software deployment known as enterprise on demand. Some say it will be bigger than client-server: a killer enterprise application for the Internet. The enterprise on demand's summits case study based program suggests that some new developments in computing will center on real time access to services and information. Researchers are already focused on topics such as service oriented architecture, enterprise Web portals and grid and utility computing to meet the demands of the next generation of e-business needs.

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )