Re[2]: Image archiving.

From:Ronnie_Houston@bshsi.com




     Ian,

     I'd recommend Extensis Portfolio 6.0 (think that's the latest version).
     There is a network option too.

     http://www.extensis.com/portfolio/

     Aw ra best
     Ronnie

     Ronnie Houston
     Regional Histology Operations Manager
     Bon Secours Health Partners Laboratories
     St Mary's Hospital
     5801 Bremo Road
     Richmond, VA 23226





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Subject: Re: Image archiving.
Author:  MTBowers@aol.com at BSHSIBTW
Date:    5/23/02 1:21 AM






       In a message dated 5/22/2002 4:01:55 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
       i.montgomery@btinternet.com writes:

       Hello Ian,

       http://www.paxit.com/index.asp

       The PaxIt image management system is highly recommended.

       Best of luck,

       Matt Bowers, HT(ASCP)
       Rocklin, CA
       800.624.8021
       www.americanbiosafety.com

       >     Can anyone suggest image archiving software. Simple,
       flexible, user
       > friendly and PC based. So far I only have CD's full of
       labelled images but
       > time has now come for some form 'proper' archiving system.
       All suggestions
       > would be welcome.
       > Ian.
       >
       > Dr. Ian Montgomery,
       > Histotechnology Unit,
       > Academic Support Unit,
       > Graham Kerr Building,
       > Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences,
       > University of Glasgow,
       > Glasgow,
       > Scotland,
       > G12 8QQ.
       > Tel: 0141 339 8855.
       > Lab: 6644.
       > Office: 4652.
       > Fax: 0141 330 5971
       > e-mail: ian.montgomery@bio.gla.ac.uk
       >







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