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by Randy Johnson,Harris Kern

Category: Management and Leadership
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Randy Johnson,Harris Kern
ISBN: 0131321846
ISBN13: 978-0131321847
Language: English
Publisher: Prentice Hall (September 1, 1994)
Pages: 326
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Harris Kern (Author), Randy Johnson (Author).

Harris Kern (Author), Randy Johnson (Author). Written by Sun MIS professionals with over 30 years of mainframe systems programming, data center management, and networking experience, this book documents how the authors successfully developed and implemented Sun's rightsizing strategy - providing the PROOF - not the hype.

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by Harris Kern, Randy Johnson, Kern Harris. It covers the key infrastructures, the rightsizing and management tools needed to support UNIX mission-critical applications.

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Author: Harris Kern, Randy Johnson,Sun Microsystems Press ISBN 10: 0131321846.

Managing the New Enterprise. The Proof, Not The Hype. As with the earlier book, Managing the New Enterprise is based on the authors’ real-life experiences. In this follow-up to the best-selling Rightsizing the New Enterprise, the authors discuss the revolution and change in corporate computing. It’s about relevant, critical solutions to issues challenging corporate computing in the 1990s and beyond. It’s the proof, not the hype.

What is the New Enterprise? It's what businesses or corporations must do to survive .

What is the New Enterprise? It's what businesses or corporations must do to survive in the 1990s. Businesses are changing and IT (Information Technology) must change to meet the new business requirements. This practical companion to the best-selling Rightsizing the New Enterprise: The Proof, Not the Hype describes in detail the key technology support infrastructures, including networking, data centers, and system administration that are critical to building and managing the New Enterprise. What is the New Enterprise? It's what businesses or corporations must do to survive in.

Rightsizing the new enterprise. Published 1994 by SunSoft Press in Mountain View, Calif. Systems analysis, Sun computers, Computer architecture. Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-262) and index.

Client/server computing, Electronic data processing, Information technology. Upper Saddle River, NJ : SunSoft Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on July 13, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

He is co-author of four books, including "Building the New Enterprise," He resides in Woodland Hills, CA. STUART D. GALUP is Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at Florida Atlantic University, and a Certified Computing Professional.

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A detailed and comprehensive account of how Sun Microsystems, Inc. actually developed and implemented its rightsizing strategy. This book covers the key infrastructures, the rightsizing tools and management tools required to support UNIX mission-critical applications, and the training/resource issues involved in transitioning from the mainframe to a heterogenous client/server distributed environment.
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