Understanding Groupware in the Enterprise
In clear, comprehensive, easy-to-read chapters, you'll learn about definitions of groupware, the technologies at the heart of a functional groupware environment, groupware components - those that run on your desktop and those that work in the background, and how groupware fits into global computing - the Internet, intranets, HTML, Java, browsers, and more. Extensive examples introduce you to Microsoft technologies and groupware strategies. At the same time, Understanding Groupware in the Enterprise stays focused on the larger picture. That makes it invaluable for anyone who wants to understand how groupware fits into the business environment.
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