Building and Maintaining an Intranet with the Macintosh

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Hayden Books, 1996 - Computers - 538 pages
Building and Maintaining an Intranet with the Macintosh has all the information you need to turn a Macintosh into an Intranet server and serve PC, Mac, and UNIX machines. It covers topics such as setting up your Intranet, choosing what content to provide, keeping out intruders, and providing optimal service in a hands-on style - enabling you to establish your intranet as quickly as possible.
The Companion CD-ROM includes limited versions of Tango/Butler, NetCloak and NetForms, Meeting Maker, and many other great demos to help you evaluate what will work best for your Intranet; CGI examples you can use to get great services up and running quickly; and CGI development tools such as MacPerl, Frontier, and others.

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Tobin Anthony, PhD works as a spacecraft control systems engineer at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD.

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