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one who buys goods or services

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Regardless of implementation, ZoooS applications run entirely on the client machine, performing all file operations locally to reduce network traffic, improve application performance, and support offline access.
Web applications developed using a Browser Application Platform can be delivered seamlessly to end users, without the need for installing any components on the client machine.
This is combined with Softricity's streaming technology, which sends only the minimum code needed (often less than 15%) to run applications on the client machine.
Softricity's streaming technology instantly sends only the code needed to run applications to the client machine, and its patented application virtualization technology enables these applications to run in a protected "sandbox" environment without installation or alteration to the host operating system, and without conflicting with any other applications.
Summarizing system information for tech support-- The review continued: "After logging into a client machine for remote maintenance, we were greeted by a screen showing the patches installed, OS details, system stats, performance graphs and the event log.
During the RSA Conference 2006, Arcot is also announcing a new product -- Arcot SignFort(TM), a new secure signing server that supports distributed digital signing and enables enterprises to manage the digital signing of PDF and XML documents without leaving signing keys vulnerable on the client machine.
By connecting the client machine to the eRoom server, e4e enables users to scan paper directly into the eRoom of their choice in a simple single step by leveraging Visioneer OneTouch technology.
A number of improvements in the way documents are loaded on the client machine decrease bandwidth requirements while further enhancing the signing experience.
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