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November 16, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd has officially announced TeamOffice groupware products which were originally developed by 80% subsidiary ICL Plc. The software will be supplied based on the DS/90 7000 series of Unix business servers, with clients comprising Fujitsu or other personal computers running Windows 3.1. The set as sold in Japan features four basic products: Team Library Information Storage and Management, TeamMail for electronic mail, TeamForum for electronic bulletin boards and conference rooms and TeamCalendar for diary management. Fujitsu has transalated the product into Japanese and localised it by adding features such as the text search function. The software is available for the equivalent of from $460, with configurations such as a TeamOffice Full Media Package and TeamMail for approximately 20-users priced from $1,750. Fujitsu says that it has plans to expand the functionality of TeamOffice to include audio, movie and other multimedia data.

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