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Enterprise Collaboration Tools

With Web-based collaborative workspaces, users separated by offices or miles can accomplish any project. We tested eight product suites, but only one set the standard for features, interoperability and price.

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Collaboration servers devour CPU and RAM resources. Each system we tested requires a dual-processing Intel PIII or a single Intel P4 environment with at least 1 GB of RAM. Web collaboration doesn't assume client processing power, so servers bear the burden of supporting client activities. The servers authenticate users, enforce security profiles, serve and render documents in HTML, process e-mail and create and search indexes.

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