This Year, Servers Will Be King

PCs are everywhere. Now the spotlight is on machines that can link them

For more than a decade now, the computer industry has been driven by a vision of giving everyone his or her own computer. Large organizations have rushed to put a PC onto every desktop and stopped expanding their budgets for mainframes. Engineers switched in droves from sharing minicomputers to running their own workstations. Families have scooped up millions of PCs, too, for use in home offices and to entertain the kids.

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