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Mainframes and minis have long supported automated job scheduling; now Seagate AshWin 3.51 brings similar capabilities to Windows NT Server.
The software, which carries the Designed for Microsoft BackOffice logo, lets you automate payroll, sales reporting or any mission-critical jobs across 32-bit Windows and UNIX systems.
You can schedule tasks to run at various times, including daily, weekly and monthly intervals.
A single graphical user interface displays active, pending and completed jobs. The Q feature queues jobs to run on your network's first available machine.
It requires at least a Pentium-class system running NT Server 3.51 or later, and 32MB of RAM.
From $4,995 for five nodes