Prime Time for Real Time?

Kramer, Matt
January 1999
PC Week;01/18/99, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p55
Trade Publication
Discusses the evolution of real-time collaboration via electronic mail systems and enterprise messaging products. Applications which blend real-time and asynchronous store-and-forward messaging; The Lotus Sametime collaboration server from Lotus Development Corp.; Messaging vendors like Activerse Inc. that have released application program interfaces (API) to integrate awareness and conversation options; Efforts to combine Java applets and object-oriented applications.


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