CoolTalk


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CoolTalk

An earlier set of data conferencing and telephony extensions for Netscape Navigator from Netscape. It included an Internet phone, chat window, whiteboard and application sharing.
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In addition to WebCT, this course also used the following systems for synchronous learning: (a) text-based conferencing systems: ICQ & WebCT chat; (b) audio-video conferencing systems: Netscape CoolTalk & CU-SeeMe; (c) enhanced virtual systems: ActiveWorlds [less than]http://www.
225/245 control functions, and is fully compatible with Microsoft's NetMeeting and Netscape's CoolTalk Internet Phone applications.
Netscape's CoolTalk lets users speak to each other and share a collaborative tool called a whiteboard, which allows simultaneous viewing and editing of graphical images using drawing, zooming, and markup tools.
with more than 54 million subscribers, to offer the CoolTalk mobile community on the Cingular Wireless mobile network.
Integrated Collaboration: Microsoft NetMeeting and Netscape Cooltalk integration provide collaboration capabilities within Passport.
However, as Netscape packages Cooltalk with the next release of its browser, and if Microsoft goes through with a similar plan, the installed base will skyrocket.
Additional standard features include ActiveX, Java applet, JavaScript, VBscript and URL blocking; port address translation; network address translation; proxy security services for Web, Telnet, and FTP; and support for multimedia applications including RealAudio, NetMeeting, CoolTalk, H.
A feature-rich online whiteboard for collaboration will be available soon after the initial release, adding cross-platform collaboration capabilities to CoolTalk.
The product comes with out-of-box support for common network applications and services including: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes, RealAudio, Microsoft Exchange, VDOLive, NetMeeting, CoolTalk, FTP and Telnet.
Collaboration: CoolTalk technology allows PCs using Netscape Navigator to function as a telephone and answering machine via the Internet.
The INSPECT language is used by Check Point to extend the functionality of the network security system as well as to add support for new and emerging applications through the firewall, such as Netscape CoolTalk, Microsoft NetShow and NetMeeting, and Xing StreamWorks.
for distributed digital video, and CoolTalk and CoolView for Internet audio, video and data communications on Windows, Windows95 and UNIX based platforms.