CyberScheduler for Linux is the ideal internet-based calendaring and scheduling solution for workgroups.
The groupware includes a back end calendar server With CyberScheduler, end users can access workgroup scheduling functionality through their Internet browser. All data can be synchronized with PalmPilot handhelds (Linux, Windows, and Mac desktop supported). Requiring only the Apache or Roxen Web server, CyberScheduler for Linux is ready to go, and proprietary messaging infrastructure is not required.
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