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one who buys goods or services

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Fat clients let users create applications and modify complex front-ends to systems easily, but this comes at the price of reduced data encapsulation; as more responsibility is placed on a client, the client requires a more intimate knowledge regarding the organization of data on the serving end.
All common policies and management tasks are accessible through a web-based UI, eliminating the need for a fat client.
But is it really necessary for users to download a fat client, several megs in size, and fill out information before they can contact an advertiser?
Thin Client Migration Agent simultaneously migrates multiple fat client systems to thin client systems using a centralized, programmable server.
UniPrint provides all enterprise users working on a fat client, thin client, or PDA with true ubiquitous (anytime, anywhere) printing, and works with existing printing hardware and computing architectures to reduce bandwidth consumption, promoting faster, more efficient printing, and decreases printer-related help-desk costs to make it simple for an organization to improve both productivity and ROI.
cbForce also provides many other user-friendly, highly interactive features normally found only in fat client software.
Thursdays, is 'Fit to Fat to Fit,' about trainers who intentionally gain a lot of weight, then lose it to motivate and inspire their fat clients to do the same!
Terms such as cloud computing, hosted desk tops, thin client and fat clients are part of the concept that allows business people to access their computers from devices such as iPads and iPhones without being the office, explained Exocloud director Farrukh Choudhry.
The core of enterprise trust and authentication has been in-house enterprise identity management with the use of fat clients (i.
A PERSONAL trainer in the US has spent six months pigging out on junk food - to help him better understand fat clients.
Fat clients are out, disk space is limited, computing resources (CPU cycles) are limited.