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The rapid expansion of Internet technology in the 1990s was a boon for public sector organizations. It provided these agencies and institutions with a new set of tools to advance their missions. Operations were able to function more efficiently and even more cheaply. Much of this expansion was facilitated by the x86 server form, which housed network applications and systems on individual servers. These servers were (and still are) used in conjunction with desktop computers to manage large environments. As time has passed, this server-desktop structure has become unwieldy.
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