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July 14, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

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.

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