Streettalk

Streettalk

An earlier directory service used in the VINES network operating system from Banyan Systems. Streettalk was always highly regarded and versions were also available for Windows NT. Streettalk Desktop was a 32-bit Windows client that let users create folders and keep track of shared documents. See ePresence.
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Lance Roberts, CEO of Streettalk Advisors, tells The Daily Ticker that widespread retail shutdowns could impact sales by half a percent.
This was clearly a punt from Bernanke to Obama, who will announce a jobs initiative soon," said Lance Roberts, chief executive officer of Streettalk Advisors, an investment management firm in Houston.
to create a StreetTalk route planning, route route or find (Freedom guidance; allows user to points of Scientific, explore the environment interest 2005, n.
According to StreetTalk by CQ Research, 20 percent of the general population has stopped using credit cards because of too long of a wait when calling into customer service.
Directory services products include: NTDS, Microsoft's directory service for Windows NT; Active Directory, Microsoft's directory service for Windows 2000; NetWare Directory Services, Novell's directory service; and StreetTalk, Banyan's directory service.
Earlier in the year, Microsoft formed a strategic alliance with Banyan Systems, which will provide interoperability between its StreetTalk directory service and Active Directory, as well as a migration path.
Crosset said it can sell the products almost immediately on both Banyan StreetTalk and Novell directory services, but will carry out integration work to ensure multi- vendor environment compatibility for existing StreetTalk directory users and for Netscape and future Microsoft Active Directory users over the next few months.
Dressed in a dark chalkstriped shirt with French cuffs and sipping Evian water, he slips regularly into Providence streettalk.
It is also fully integrated with StreetTalk III, Banyan's global directory service, and provides a powerful directory search mechanism that eliminates the need to maintain separate naming directories or mailboxes for different operating environments.
Within one year, the company delivered the innovative VINES Operating System, Banyan Network Server and Streettalk, the first commercially available enterprise wide directory service.
Directory services products include: NTDS, Microsoft's current directory service for Windows NT; Active Directory, Microsoft's directory service for Windows 2000; NetWare Directory Services, Novell's directory service; and StreetTalk, Banyan's directory service.
Banyan and Microsoft will develop a range of interoperability, migration products and programs that will enable Banyan's StreetTalk for NT directory, Vines network operating system, BeyondMail and Intelligent Messaging users to move over to Microsoft NT, Active Directory (currently at beta 2 and due in Windows 2000), Exchange and Outlook.