E-collaborations and Virtual Organizations
Michelle W. L. Fong
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2005 - Computers - 318 pages
E-Collaboration promotes interaction between people over the Internet, and is vital in virtual organization arrangements where people co-exist or work together, independent of time and location. E-Collaborations and Virtual Organizations covers a broad range of topics, from underlying technological structures to fundamental mechanisms that are relevant to e-Collaboration and virtual organizations. The chapters in this book present some of the current work in the field and represent a resource upon which knowledge, lessons, and views can be drawn upon for consideration and applications in the virtual world.
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Practical Guidelines for Implementing eCollaboration in Organizations
Chapter III Using Web Services in BusinesstoBusiness Integration
Chapter IV PeertoPeer Corporate Resource Sharing and Distribution with Mesh
Chapter V Collaborative Engineering Communities Architecture and Integration Approaches
Chapter VI Strategic Use of Virtual Organization
Descriptions and Experiences from Two Norwegian Examples
Chapter VIII Virtualization as a Process of Transformation of Small and Medium Enterprises SMEs in the Global Virtual Organization
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