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November 26, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Novell Inc and Eastman Kodak Co have announced a pact to incorporate document image services into the NetWare operating system: they are planning to support the integration of electronic image capabilities with network services like electronic mail and general applications. Novell says it will provide application program interfaces to link imaging applications with services to the NetWare servers, and this will provide users with imaging capabilities from the desktop whether running MS-DOS, OS/2, Macintosh or Unix. The companies will make common interfaces available to other vendors, and Kodak’s Desktop Imaging Group will use its Desktop Imaging Technology to develop system software that captures, stores, manages and communicates images, unstructured objects within NetWare.

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