Mac-integrated telephony

Heid, Jim
August 1994
Macworld;Aug1994, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p131
Outlines Apple Computer Inc.'s efforts on the integration of Macintosh computers with telephony. Automatic phone-dialing; Use of GeoPort connectors; Voice-mail systems; Issue on programming languages; Technical issues.


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