Client Server Management

Client Server Management HandiGuide®

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Client/server describes the relationship between two computer programs in which one program, the client, makes a service request from another program, the server, which fulfills the request. Although the client/server idea can be used by programs within a single computer, it is a more important idea in a network. In a network, the client/server model provides a convenient way to interconnect programs that are distributed efficiently across different locations.

The client/server model has become one of the central ideas of network computing. Most business applications being written today use the client/server model. So does the Internet's main program, TCP/IP. In marketing, the term has been used to distinguish distributed computing by smaller dispersed computers from the "monolithic" centralized computing of mainframe computers. But this distinction has largely disappeared as mainframes and their applications have also turned to the client/server model and become part of network computing. The client/server model has become one of the central concepts used in network computing. Most applications written today use the client/server model as does the Internet’s main program, TCP/IP and the DNS addressing model. In marketing, the term Client Server has been used to distinguish distributed computing by smaller dispersed computers from the “monolithic” centralized computing of mainframe computers. But this distinction has largely disappeared as mainframes and their applications have also turned to the client/server model and become part of network computing.

The Client Server Management HandiGuide contains over 155 pages of practical ways to manage the Client Server operating environment. The Client Server Management HandiGuide is available in both PDF and WORD .docx and WORD 2003 formats.

Topics covered include:

  • Client Server Management Process
  • Client Server Management Structure
  • Business Resumption Program
  • Back-Up And Recovery Program
  • Application Development Standards
  • Security
  • Minimum and Mandated Security Requirements Defined
  • Access Control - Physical Site
  • Access Control - Software And Data
  • Access Control - Midrange and Mainframe
  • Operational Management Overview
  • Risk Assessment Program
  • Insurance
  • Personnel Practices
  • Local Area Networks
  • Controls
  • Facility Requirements
  • Services Requests (Change Control)

The Client Server HandiGuide comes in three versions:

  • WORD (2003 and 2007)
  • PDF
  • WORD and PDF with the bonus of the "Threat and Vulnerability Assessment Tool" and the "Backup and Backup Retention Policy".

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