Defense adds another tool to collaboration kit

Defense Department do-it-yourselfers have more tools this week with the addition to the Defense Collaboration Tool Suite of Forum eMeeting software from SiteScape Inc. of Maynard, Mass.

All the DCTS collaboration products have been certified by the Joint Interoperability Test Command for compatibility with DOD networks, in most cases running under Microsoft Windows 2000 Server.

Already in the suite:

  • Bantu Presence Gateway 1.0 from Bantu Inc. of Washington

  • Centra 7.0 from Centra Software Inc. of Lexington, Mass.

  • Collaboration Management Office, part of DCTS Version 2

  • eRoom 6.0 from the Documentum division of EMC Corp. of Hopkinton, Mass.

  • Groove Workspace 2.5 from Groove Networks Inc. of Beverly, Mass.

  • InfoWorkSpace from Ezenia Inc. of Burlington, Mass.

  • Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing System 3.0 (formerly Sametime) from IBM/Lotus

  • IsoSpace 4.03 from IsoSpace Inc. of New York

  • Livelink Meeting Zone from OpenText Corp. of Bannockburn, Ill.

  • Microsoft Secure Collaboration Environment

  • Presence-AR adapters for Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint from Advanced Reality Inc. of Houston

  • Tandberg 1000 videoconferencing hardware from Tandberg of Reston, Va.

  • Webbe 4.1 from Webbe Inc. of New York.

  • Link to additional software required by or interoperable with each suite tool.


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