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Standard for AirPort successor approved
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has approved the 802.11g wireless networking standard, which offers transfer speeds of 54 Mbits/second, compared to 11 Mbits/second offered by the 802.11b standard used in Apple's AirPort. Intersil and Texas Instruments collaborated on the new standard, which will be backwards compatible with 802.11b.
Apple releases Macintosh Manager 2.1
Apple has released Macintosh Manager 2.1, an update to its workstation management application for securing Mac OS workstations and controlling software access. It installs a new version of AppleShare Client on both 68K and PowerPC machines.
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