WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY -- MARCH 20, 1997
Makers of low-cost network computers want to take a bite out of Microsoft's desktop supremacy.
Intranets have moved beyond the newsstand model of the public Internet and into tailored applications for government and businesses.
Agencies and businesses that use document imaging are looking to the Internet as a way to share current and legacy data with their users.
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