Directories are branching out

Rowe, Gary; Blum, Daniel
September 1997
Network World;09/15/97, Vol. 14 Issue 37, p45
Trade Publication
Describes various computer software that use or provide directory services. Includes Computer Associates' Unicenter TNG; Tivoli Systems Inc.'s Tivoli Management Environment; NetVision Inc.'s Synchronicity for Windows NT Server 1.1. INSETS: Microsoft's Active Directory Services may lighten your load.;Enterprise directory investments pay off.;Metadirectories are the kings of consolidation.;Pumping new resources across the enterprise.


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