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A double-page advertisement of OS/2 Warp Connect from Byte 12/95.

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You’re on the road. With a client. You need to locate a bottle design. Your database has 40,000 bottles. And all you know is the shape. Sort of.

Is it the espresso or OS/2 Warp Connect?

While OS/2 Warp Connect may not come with a twist of lemon, it can do something that’s nothing less than extraordinary.

It will let you access multiple servers on multiple networks at the same time, wherever you might happen to be.

Just make one phone call and enter your password. That’s all it takes to connect into Internet, Windows NT, UNIX, NetWare, Windows for Workgroups and IBM servers. And that’s all it takes to share drives and printers, graphics files and databases. Even applications. It’s amazing, really.

And because there are separate memory address spaces built in, it’s crash-protected. So a problem with one program won’t crash everything you’re running.

With OS/2 Warp Connect, you can create Person to Person connections with up to eight people, whether they’re four floors away or four time zones. So you can conference by video. Collaborate by chalkboard. Communicate.

And you can do it all with the speed and reliability of OS/2, the software that readers of InfoWorld voted Product of the Year for three consecutive years. If you’re looking for network connectivity, compatibility and true multitasking, you should remember one important thing: it’s not only where the working world is headed, it’s where it is right now.

To find out how OS/2 Warp Connect can help your business, call your local IBM office. Or visit our web site at You’ll find it quite stimulating.

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Variants of this ad: “Finishing a presentation” · “On the road”
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