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Kochikar, V.P. ; Infosys Technol. Ltd., Bangalore, India

The convergence of Web and object oriented technologies will allow applications to transcend conventional boundaries of platform, organizational function, enterprise, industry, and geography to leverage the power of distributed computing. For developers, this will mean the ability to use new or legacy code-possibly running on transcontinentally located machines-to build distributed, three tier client server applications. For end users, this will mean the ability to integrate information needs across and beyond the enterprise. For the computing world, this will mean applications that transcend conventional boundaries of platform, organizational function, enterprise, industry, and geography, leveraging the true power of distributed computing

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 3 )