|The Caucus Server|
What is the Caucus Server?The Caucus server is an open, powerful engine that creates virtual workspaces where people can work together on the Web. Built for the net, the Caucus server runs under Microsoft Windows NT and on most popular UNIX platforms, and works with any CGI-compatible Web server software and with the other infrastructure components of an Internet or intranet site.
The Caucus server manages all the collaborative information you create in Caucus conference workspaces. It also handles the structure of your workspace conferences, managing user lists, permissions, and appropriate views of information for each user, as well as any other resources you've attached to a Caucus workspace.
Caucus includes its own conference database; there's no need to purchase additional software. On the other hand, if you have developed browser front ends to applications on other databases, these HTML access points may be integrated within a Caucus workspace.
Who should employ the Caucus Server?The Caucus server provides a collaborative applications platform for organizations on the Web, including:
Multiple ResourcesThe Caucus server can integrate a variety of heterogeneous Web-compatible information and applications within a Caucus workspace; these resources allow you to provide users with a flexible and extensible set of Web-based capabilities in a collaborative workspace setting, where participants have access to all the information their application requires.
Web-based AdministrationCaucus workspace conferences can be created and configured via a Web browser and require minimal administration and no network configuration. No client software need be installed, as participants use only a standard Web browser. Return on your Caucus investment can begin immediately.
Caucus Server RequirementsTo use Caucus, you need only install it under a compatible OS and run nearly any CGI-compatible Web server.
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