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ARTISOFT chairman Jack Schoof on why he is confident of his company's ability to compete in the small business market against Microsoft's Windows for Workgroups: "Doctors, offices and dentists and flower shops are typically DOS-based. They haven't had time to build Windows-based applications. Further, the cost to get Windows machines is obviously more, and the way they've chosen to do it, Windows for Workgroups can,t run on 286 or 8086 processors. So, 70 percent of the world market is completely out of Microsoft's equation." (Quoted in The New York Times, 10/18/92)
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Title Annotation:Jack Schoof on competition against Microsoft Windows for Workgroups
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Date:Dec 31, 1992
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