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architectural ambiguities

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 16, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

i am appointed as team lead in asoftware house which is developing a university automation system.

i am c# developer mainly in asp.net not window forms(but litlle one).Now applicatoin  and other programmers upon which i have to lead are vb.net developers.can i?i know linq,enterprise library and little scsf.

application is consit of many applications like pay role,hr,inventory,examination,attendence and other

now application has many problems i.e. they are highering me to make its architecture well, some applications are  desktop (they said that reason is that we dnt want to put our database on intranet means security issue ).

now when application has update they all need to run new version of exe every where in offices.

other part is  web where there is no need  of such high data security eg atendence system,notification system hr management system.

data base is centeralized.is it should be centeralized or with each application.now please brief me how can i make my position well. is rich,thin or smart client application are best.

and one thing pleas tell me that is database on intranet is non secure (means can some one hack or corrupt it after we have made pagelevel authentication with encryptoin of password).if yes than how large organizaions have onlie databases like faceboo

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