Published September 2001
by Ieee .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
In his book "Practical Internet Groupware", former BYTE magazine editor Jon Udell layout an architecture that links human minds into collaborative relationships. Base on his actual experience in building BYTE's intranet as well as the magazine's public online services, he gave his insight on the powerful use of by: 8. The EGroupware address book supports your team in managing addresses. Edit your customer, supplier or personal addresses in your central platform EGroupware. With the addressbook of the groupware you provide your team with a great crm tool. Try EGroupware’s adressbook, group calendar and project management modules now for free! Groupware focuses on the information being processed and enabling users to share it. Workflow emphasizes the process, which acts as a container for the information. Groupware: Technology and Applications was released only 15 months ago. That book covered the groupware industry, before Lotus was bought by IBM, before Collabra was bought by Netscape and before the word intranet was part of the common vernacular. In fact, the book was almost obsolete as soon as it was by:
Groupware is a class of computer programs that enables individuals to collaborate on projects with a common goal from geographically dispersed locations through shared Internet interfaces as a means to communicate within the group. Groupware may also include remote access storage systems to archive frequently used data files. These can be. Hogarth A () Managing the Social and Cultural Consequences of Introducing Groupware Technology into the Group Learning Environment, Education and Information Technologies, , (), Online publication date: 1-Sep Designed to provide an overview of groupware, this book focuses on the technologies, vendors, and organizational issues that must be confronted in order to make groupware successful within an enterprise. KEY TOPICS: Part I offers an in-depth look at each of the technologies that comprise groupware, from electronic mail to document management. Collaborative software or groupware is application software designed to help people working on a common task to attain their goals. One of the earliest definitions of groupware is "intentional group processes plus software to support them". As regards available interaction, collaborative software may be divided into: real-time collaborative editing platforms that allow multiple users to .
Knowledge, Groupware, and the Internet details the convergence of modern knowledge management theory and emerging computer technologies, and discusses how they collectively enable business change and enhance an organization's ability to create and share knowledge. Kremer R and Gaines B Groupware concept mapping techniques Proceedings of the 12th annual international conference on Systems documentation: technical communications at the great divide, () Chen H () Collaborative Systems, Computer, , (), Online publication date: 1-May Horde is a free web-based groupware.. The components of this groupware rest on the Horde PHP-based framework provides all the elements required for rapid web application development.. Horde offers applications such as the Horde IMP email client, a groupware package (calendar, notes, tasks, file manager), a wiki and a time and task tracking License: GNU Lesser General Public License. Horde Groupware is a free, enterprise ready, browser based collaboration suite. Users can manage and share calendars, contacts, tasks and notes with the standards compliant components from the Horde Project. Horde Groupware bundles the separately available applications Kronolith, Turba, Nag and Mnemo. Gollem is a web-based File Manager.