TCBWorks: A Web-Groupware System for Telecooperation
Over the past two years, the World Wide Web has enjoyed explosive growth and has become a major force in network computing. We believe the Web (both on the Internet and on internal corporate intranets based on Internet protocols) will become the preferred development environment for future network applications, more so than Windows, Macintosh or UNIX. The web will become the universal client for client-server applications.
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