Saros Corp has announced Saros Document Manager version 1.0, a ready-to-use document management system that acts as a front-end to the Bellevue, Washington-based firm’s client-server document management engine, Saros Mezzanine. The first release will run on Microsoft Corp Windows clients and all Mezzanine-supported environments. Client versions for Unix, Apple Computer Inc’s Macintosh and MS-DOS are planned for the first quarter of 1994. Possible applications servers include OS/2 and Unix, but support for Windows NT and Novell Inc’s NetWare Loadable Modules will follow by the end of the fourth quarter. A pre-configured standard edition for one Mezzanine server costs $400. The enterprise edition, which runs on an unlimited number of peer-to-peer Mezzanine servers, costs $500. Existing Mezzanine users will pay only $170.
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