Desktop meetings

April 1994
Macworld;Apr94, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p139
Reports on the introduction of products designed to help groups collaborate over a network. Being There from Intelligence at Large; WorldLinx's Vis-a-Vis; Transfer of images to an AppleTalk network.


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