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Symantec Corp. launched Norton pcAnywhere32 last week, a 32-bit version of its remote communications software for Windows 95 and Windows NT.
As one of the first 32-bit remote communication packages, pcAnywhere32 allows remote users to operate as network nodes, giving them secure access to applications, files, E-mail, and printers.
To speed up file transfer rates and minimize connection costs, the new version allows users to reduce the number of bit-mapped colors on the fly, scale screens, disable host wallpaper, and transfer-only changes made to files.
"This is a nice telecommuter boost," said Jim Greene, an analyst at Summit Strategy Inc., in Boston. …