A report from analysts Butler Bloor has said the Wintel-based Net PC has lost to the network computer.
Bloor Research today issued a report claiming that 90 per cent of large corporations were actively considering using NCs in their organisations.
The forces driving the 208 corporations which responded to Bloor?s survey included controlled administration, the politics of IT control and loss, and the total cost of ownership (TCO).
The Bloor report also highlighted the high take up of the programming language Java.
According to the report, network computing is more important than most people realise. With over 55 per cent of companies examining the concept, 18 per cent of them realising it by implementing it and 17 per cent piloting it, Bloor concludes this is a trend unlikely to be arrested.
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