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AOCE

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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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