The European Commission, DG III, has published a CD-ROM on "TEDIS CD-ROM: EDI&ISDN for the global information society". It presents the results of the projects developed during 1994/1995 under the TEDIS programme in the framework of its telecommunications activities. TEDIS was launched in 1988 to coordinate work on the development of trade electronic data interchange (EDI) systems in the Community. The second phase of the programme, launched in 1991, aimed to ensure that EDI systems were established to the best effect, in view of the socio-economic importance of such systems, and to mobilize the necessary resources to achieve this end at Community level. The CD-ROM presents EDI and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) projects whose purpose is the delivery of telecommunications services and applications combining the use of EDI and multimedia supported by Euro-ISDN. The projects presented are: - EUROMED: Medical technologies; - EUROPRODUCT: Furniture industry; - COBODATA: Building sector; - FORTIUS: Electronic commerce and intermediation; - EDIRA: EDI naming; - GEN-I-E: Study of the generalization of EDI&ISDN. An introduction to the concepts and deliverables of the projects, as well as information on additional European initiatives illustrating these concepts, is also included.