Easy Reference Sharing
Share references on a network or on the Internet.
True Network Solution
You and your colleagues can simultaneously edit the same record within a single database. Sharing databases program allows multiple users to read and write to the same database down to the field level within the same bibliographic record. Only Reference Manager for Windows offers this true network capability.
Two Licence Options
Reference Manager is licenced based either on the number of workstations or on the number of people who have concurrent access to the program.
Databases are stored on either a network or workstation drive.
Non-Concurrent Licence Install
A workstation licence provides each individual licenced user with access to Reference Manager at all times.
The workstation licence also allows installation of the software on a notebook computer so each licenced user is able to work both at the office and when the computer is undocked, or portable.
Concurrent Licence (Server Based)
A concurrent licence allows for a limited number of simultaneous accesses to Reference Manager – via a network.
This is an economical choice to support a broad pool of users.
Users run the program from a computer or workstation connected to the network (client/server).
The suggested ratio of total number of users to concurrent licences is 4:1 – i.e. one concurrent licence to support four users.
Concurrent use is governed by the network administrator and requires a local method of metering simultaneous access. A concurrent Network metering utility is provided in the network version.
Installation is restricted to a single network server where it is used solely as a server application.
Network and Workstation System Requirements
Please review the system requirements for Windows XP/2000
The Next Steps
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