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AOCE

AOCE

(Apple Open Collaboration Environment) Extensions to the Macintosh System 7 operating system from Apple that provided a technology framework for sharing services across a multiplatform enterprise. PowerTalk and PowerShare were the first AOCE products. See PowerTalk and PowerShare.
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The U's AOCE offers approximately 950 credit and non-credit courses per semester from within nine units: Educational Technology, the English Language Institute, the Intermountain Academy for Leadership in Higher Education; Lifelong Learning, Preparatory Courses, Professional Education, Travel and Learn, ULEARN and Youth Education.
According to Tom Evslin, general manager, workgroup division at Microsoft, "The release of the AOCE technology as part of System 7 Pro and PowerShare Collaboration Servers gives Macintosh application developers, including Microsoft, the APIs we need to messaging-enable our applications.
PowerTalk is Apple's personal communication software based on AOCE technology that is incorporated in System 7 Pro, the newest Macintosh operating system from Apple.
The PowerShare Collaboration Servers software is the first Apple server product based on the AOCE technology designed to provide server-based mail, catalog and privacy services.
Apple Business Systems Division Supports AOCE technologies In conjunction with the announcement of the PowerShare Collaboration Servers, the Apple Business Systems Division of Apple announced its intention to fully support AOCE technologies delivered in the PowerTalk and the PowerShare Collaboration Servers products in future releases of their Apple Workgroup Servers and network services products.
NOTE: Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and AppleTalk are registered trademarks and System 7, PowerTalk, AOCE, AppleScript, AppleShare, AppleSearch, QuickTime and PowerShare are trademarks of Apple Computer Inc.
Widespread availability of this final beta release of AOCE means that Apple's developers can put the final touches on a new breed of applications that address the individual's needs for collaboration," said David Nagel, Apple's senior vice president and general manager of the Macintosh Software Architecture Division and Advanced Technology Group.
The PowerTalk and PowerShare products are based on AOCE's rich architecture, which has open application programming interfaces (APIs) so that third-party developers can easily take advantage of AOCE services from within their products.
NOTE: Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, PowerBook and AppleTalk are registered trademarks; and System 7, AOCE, PowerTalk and PowerShare are trademarks of Apple Computer Inc.
System 7, QuickDraw GX, AOCE, and AppleScript, QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.