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May 1, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:45pm

HOW TO GET SEAMLESS WEB LINKS – JUST SLOW DOWN THE DESKTOP

By CBR Staff Writer

At first sight, the idea of making the link between the desktop and the web a seamless one so that the user never knows or needs to know whether he is on his own machine, the company server or on some aging mainframe in Ulan Bator is a ludicrous one. The quantum crawl the user will face on venturing beyond the cocoon of the corporate network will be so enormous that even the dimmest user will realize he is out on the Wild World Web. But there is an answer, and this one ought to appeal no end to Microsoft Corp: slow down all the desktop and corporate applications to the crawl of the web and then we’ll have a level playing field.

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