After years of hype, client/server computing has begun to put a dent into old-style legacy systems.

The 1996 American Banker survey of bank technology found that 41% of the top 300 holding companies use networks of personal computers for applications once handled by mainframes. For new applications, the figure is an even higher 48%.

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