May 1997
Inter@ctive Week;05/19/97, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p39
Presents news items on companies dealing with Intranets in the United States. Includes the test software unveiled by Radcom Equipment Inc.; Free testing of the Metro Autopilot tool from Action Technologies Inc.; Web management tool developed by Objectivity Inc.'s Aziza division.


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