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Project Summary

Conferencing/Collaboration System that has many features such as IM, VOIP phone, whiteboarding, web browsing, file sharing, and alternative to email. Desktop sharing using TightVnc server and plugin with CoolDesktopShare.

Collaborative Shared (Session-based) Features:



Instant Messaging (IM)
Web Browsing and URL Bookmarks
Whiteboard
File Sharing
Image Viewing

Private (User-User based) Features:


Multi-user Audio Conferencing through CoolPhone
Notes
Instant Messaging (IM)
File Sharing - any type, any size, no restrictions
CoolMail - send messages with attachments to any user that has a registered account on the server. Similar
to email but with gauranteed no spam.

Content Storage Features:


Hierarchical, Role-Based Access File and Data Repository

Product Extendability Features:


Completely Skinnable, Customizable Client interface.
Support for Custom Plugins for other types of collaboration - create any type of collaborative feature!

Product Security Features:


Configurable Message Validation from the server.
No open, listening ports on the client, no access to the client's disk from other clients or the server

Cross-Platform Client and Server Compatibility and J2ME-enabled devices:


Can run on any operating system that supports J2SE 1.4 and higher.
Mobile Client for PDA's and Cell Phones for J2ME-enabled devices

Tags

java

In a Nutshell, CoolCollaborator...

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Languages

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Java
73%
HTML
23%
5 Other
4%

30 Day Summary

Jun 24 2016 — Jul 24 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 24 2015 — Jul 24 2016

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