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>I need to find a software application that will allow 10-15 graphic
>designers to access an archive of graphic design files through a network
>on Power Mac Computers. The archive needs to be able to hold over 100
>gigs of graphics. Something like a file sharing thing. Do any of you
>techwhirlers have any suggestions?
Try Filemaker Pro (www.filemaker.com) in which you can store images (and
even Quicktime movies), which are accessible over a network, even
Internet, by its Web Companion facilities.
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Kees de Bondt
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