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PC LAN

(1) A network of IBM or IBM-compatible PCs.

(2) A network of any variety of computers.
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Software currently runs on MS-DOS PCs, PC LAN networks, Unix, and Digital's VAX/VMS computers.
However, PC LAN database servers can process data but cannot run jobs such as printing reports and performing month-end closes.
An alternate host input port is also included that allows the attached printer to be shared with a PC, DEC VAX, HP 3000, PC LAN or another protocol converter.
The network wiring system-called the topology-selected was IBM's PC LAN.
In 1989, in a survey by Infonetics of Santa Clara, 20% of PC LAN buyers cited the desire to share printers, while 22% cited the sharing of large mass storage devices as buying motivation [6].
We installed it in our PC LAN. The conversion of our credit approval matrix into a formula took approximately two hours.
The HP DAT PC Backup Solution provides a complete, easy-to-use, low-cost, high-performance backup solution in a desktop design for PC and PC LAN users.
If there is too much traffic for a PC LAN to handle comfortably, then OS/2 might be considered.
Results can be stored in a USB memory stick, or users can review results using PC LAN software.
The UK-based IT services company Guardian iT Group has launched a new service called Rapid Relocatable PC LAN.
The new Magnia 510D targets small-to-medium businesses (SMB) focused on growing their networked environments and optimizing performance within file/print, PC LAN and Internet applications.