Despite bankers' lingering perception that client/server computing remains unreliable and poses significant data security risks, banks are doggedly moving key business processes from their mainframes to the newer distributed desktop computing environment.

The personal computer's ever-increasing processing capability, combined with the financial industry's desire to cut costs while improving customer service, is causing banks to convert their branch operations to client/server at a steady clip.

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