Datamation: Case Study: Perseus Re-Starts Intranet Engines
Sep 09, 2001, 09:55 (1 Talkback[s])
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"'Trellix Web is great because it dynamically manages a
whole site," he says. He appreciates that he can maintain long
lists of documents that are easy for users to navigate. If he wants
to change the order of documents, or add or delete pages, Trellix
manages the links so he doesn't have to.
His second tool is Live Journal, an open-source program that
creates online threaded discussions. He's found it to be just the
thing to jumpstart group input.
For the backend, the new intranet uses a secured version 7.1
distribution of RedHat Linux, which runs an Apache Web server, says
Barnaby Claydon, Perseus's technical project manager. Hardware is a
Pentium III, 450-MHz HP server."