Addressing the problem of proliferating personal computers in large IBM shops, Cybertek Computer Products Inc is hoping to create order out of chaos with PC WorkStation Manager, a corporate-wide human interface extension of the PC-DOS operating system. It provides a common front end on all Personals that is designed to provide users with quick access to information, and a standard back-end on the Personal to provide a common target for connecting information resources. It provides single key access to applications, includes a transaction logger and audit trail, and provides help facilities during mainframe sessions. It is compatible with Novell and Banyan local nets, runs under PC-DOS 2.1 up or OS/2, and follows Microsoft memory resident program guidelines. No prices given.