That's the way it seems to go. When I started my computer career, we had a central computer called a mainframe. The mainframe housed all the information and software from a central location.
Then, they went to PCs, and the PCs housed all the software in many locations.
Now, they have servers, located in a central location. The servers hold all the information and software in a central location... They just don't call them a mainframe, but are basically the same power as the mainframes of the past.
FIRE no later than 7/5/2016
at 56 (done), securing '16 401K match (done), getting '15 401K match (done), LTI Bonus (done), Perf bonus (done), maxing out 401K (done), picking up 1,000 hours to get another year of pension (done), July 1st benefits (vacation day, healthcare) (done), July 4th holiday. 0 days left. (done) OFFICIALLY RETIRED 7/5/2016!!