Jon Honeyball is a system operator for the Windows NT Workstation (NTWORK) and Windows NT Server (NTSERV) forums on CompuServe. He also runs a small consulting company in England and lectures about leading-edge technologies.
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I was in the offices of a client in Brussels, Belgium, last week. My client
has its headquarters there and offices in Milan, Italy; Madrid, Spain; and
Lisbon, Portugal--it's a small but successful Pan-European organisation.
Naturally, a computer WAN joins the offices. Like many companies, my client runs
Banyan VINES but is seriously considering Windows NT.