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32BitsOnline: (Cyber)Scheduling Made Easy

Sep 15, 1999, 17:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Scheduling solutions have changed shapes over the past few years. On one side are PC groupware solutions, such as Outlook, and, on the other, are custom web server apps like Yahoo's Calendar. Both have their drawbacks: PC groupware is typically proprietary and designed for single users, web apps often have poor interfaces and the application may not reside on your server. CyberScheduler for Linux from CrossWind morphs the ease of use of the PC programs and the accessibility of web based apps together into a powerful intranet application."

"CyberScheduler's interface stands out amongst its peers. About a year ago, I searched for web based calendars and was completely surprised at the lack of good ones out there. An open source project, Obsidian Communication Server, was by far the best, but unfortunately, it had several features incomplete at the time. OCS is impressive, but if all you need is calendaring, it may be overkill. CyberScheduler focuses only on calendaring and its interface has been tailored to this task."

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