September 1997
Network World;09/22/97, Vol. 14 Issue 38, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on developments concerning local area networks and computer operating systems in the United States, for the week ending September 22, 1997. Includes Symantec Corp.'s shipping of its Norton Anti-Virus 4.0 computer software; Microsoft Corp.'s decision to roll back the release date of the next version of its Windows desktop system.


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