NiKom BBS for the Amiga

“Nikom is a BBS-program that uses modems (or telnet together with the appropriate software, such as telnet.device) to allow “boards” or “meeting rooms” where people can discuss different topics. You can set the topic yourself for these boards, e.g. computers, pets, politics, well pretty much anything you can think of; as long as it adheres to the rules set by the SysOp. Bulletin Board Systems are also used to distribute files, although this particular task is more often handled by Internet these days.” — Quoted and freely translated from www.canit.se/nikom/

RemoteAccess BBS

RemoteAccess BBS-software and its last official website. RemoteAccess, or RA, as it was also called, was created by Andrew Milner and Phil Mackay in 1989. In its time, it was a very popular piece of software for those running a BBS. Towards the end of its “era”, RemoteAccess was even considered Y2K-safe 🙂 WikiPedia has a page about RemoteAccess here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remoteaccess