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All-in-1

ALL-IN-1 was an office automation product developed and sold by Digital Equipment Corporation in the 1980s. HP now maintains the current version Office Server V3.2 for OpenVMS Alpha and OpenVMS VAX systems.[1]

ALLIN1 Title Page
ALLIN1 Title Page

ALLIN1 WPS Plus Help Screen
ALLIN1 WPS Plus Help Screen

ALL-IN-1 was advertised as an office automation system including functionality in Electronic Messaging, Word Processing and Time Management. It offered an application development platform and customization capabilities that ranged from scripting to code-level integration.

ALL-IN-1 was designed and developed by Skip Walter, John Churin and Marty Skinner from Digital Equipment Corporation who began work in 1977[2] .[3] The first version of the software was called CP/OSS, the Charlotte Package of Office System Services, named after the location of the developers. In 1983, the product was renamed ALL-IN-1 and the Charlotte group continued to develop versions 1.1 through 1.3.

Digital then made the decision to move most of the development activity to its central engineering facility in Reading, United Kingdom, where a group there took responsibility for the product from version 2.0 (released in field test in 1984 and to customers in 1985) onward. The Charlotte group continued to work on the Time Management subsystem until version 2.3 and other contributions were made from groups based in Sophia-Antipolis, France (System for Customization Management and the integration with VAX Notes), Reading (Message Router and MAILbus), and Spitbrook, New Hampshire (FMS). ALL-IN-1 V3.0 introduced shared file cabinets and the File Cabinet Server (FCS) to lay the foundation for an eventual integration with TeamLinks, Digital's PC office client. Previous integrations with PCs included PC ALL-IN-1, a DOS-based product introduced in 1989 that never proved popular with customers.

Bob Wyman was the first product manager. He oversaw the growth of the product culminating in over $2 billion per year in leveraged revenue and market leadership in the proprietary office automation sector.

Other consultants from Digital Equipment Corporation involved include Frank Nicodem, Donald Vickers and Tony Redmond.[4]

References

  1. ^ Official HP Page for Office Server
  2. ^ Microsoft Research Digital Computing Timeline
  3. ^ Computer History Digital Computing Timline
  4. ^ Tony Redmond's Blog

Bibliography

External links

  • Official HP Product Page
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