Socka, George
November 1997
CMA Magazine;Nov97, Vol. 71 Issue 9, p29
Trade Publication
Reports on technological developments in the field of information management, compiled as of November 1997. Digital still cameras and computer interfaces for standard video cameras for getting pictures into computer-based documents; Windows-based reporting tools from Computer Associates which do work with DOS versions of Accpac Plus from Softline Systems; Additional features of the Windows 98.


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