Vinzant update takes mainframe job scheduling to the PC

January 1997
PC Week;1/20/97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p85
Trade Publication
Mentions the release by Vinzant Inc. of its Event Control Server v4.1 job scheduling and batch process control server. The features of version 4.1; The addition of several utilities; The servers that it runs on; Pricing; Contact point.


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