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"Apparently he identified Windows NT as one of those factors."
IDC estimated by yearend 2000, Windows 2000 Professional shipments accounted for more than 40% of combined Windows 2000 Professional and Windows NT Workstation shipments.
"With AMASS for Windows NT 2.0, we are dramatically expanding the options available both for corporate IT departments and for integrators who need a flexible and easily integrated storage option for applications being developed or adapted for use in Windows."
- Activates a new single sign-on Passticket service allowing Windows NT users, with security clearance, to access permitted System/390 applications without keying in additional passwords
-- Centralized print administration and management for all Windows CE-based devices via the Windows NT 4.0 control panel
has announced the new release of DeviceLock an NT service for restricting access to local device running Windows NT. DeviceLock eliminates the need for physical locks and has a number of advantages, according to the company including easy installation and instant access from remote computers for administrators, when necessary.
(Nasdaq:PCLE), has announced that AVID, its OEM partner, has elected to use Pinnacle Systems' real-time Genie DVE (Digital Video Effects) technology in its recently released Avid Xpress digital video system for the Windows NT computing environment.
Cold Fusion Server Professional edition, costing GBP 949, runs on Windows NT and is licensed per server (up to 4 CPUs).
Some of the Windows-based packages are suitable only for computers running Windows9x or Windows NT. These operating systems and applications require significantly more computer power than their predecessor systems running on MSDOS.
Despite all this, change is in the air, according to a feature in Banking on Windows NT, Spring 1997.
Retailers whose computers run on the Windows NT operating system from Microsoft, Redmond, Wash., can expect to see a wider diversity of applications made available for that computing platform.
And Internet Explorer is fully integrated into and provided free with both Windows 95 and Windows NT version 4.0.