The ability to run application programs from different vendors across LANs, WANs, and MANs, giving users access to data and applications across heterogeneous networks. A network user need not know anything about the operating system or the configuration of the network hardware to access data from the file server.
   Interoperability is boosted by the increasing availability of products that conform to open standards rather than to specific proprietary protocols. The products work in accordance with national and internationally accepted standards.

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