P2P 'fat clients' are wrong

by Volker Weber

P2P 'fat clients' are wrong for Internet collaboration: James Kobielus of the Burton Group writes in Network World: "P2P 'fat clients' are wrong for Internet collaboration. In all the attention given to peer-to-peer architectures, we overlook the fact that these environments often require each user to download, install, configure and update multimegabyte peer software packages". Hugh Pyle from Cabezal thinks that he's wrong - spectacularly wrong.


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