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collaborative software

Software that allows people to work together on the same documents and projects over local and remote networks. IBM Notes (originally Lotus Notes) is considered the father of "groupware," which was the first term coined to describe collaborative software. Also called "social software," collaborative software embraces the communications systems as well, including instant messaging, chat, videoconferencing and email. See Slack, groupware, application sharing, wiki, email, instant messaging, chat, blog, data conferencing and videoconferencing.
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Overall, this study provides important insights into the formulation of a viable KMS prototype, underpinning by sound theoretical and methodological judgments, to foster a collaborative software development environment.
"This marks the start of a new era in cost-effective, entirely scalable and easy to configure collaborative software that really does deliver.
Linagora is an open source collaborative software publisher, which has an array of solutions that goes from the instant messaging and email to document sharing, video conference and universal groupware platforms.
Therefore, universities and colleges are expected to invest in collaborative software and solutions over the next four years.
There are a number of steps that businesses can take in order to ensure that their employees remain compliant whilst being able to benefit from remote and collaborative software.
Basically, collaborative software. They are rocketing around the world with a current valuation of some $40 billion.
The majority of collaborative software packages used in the industry are expensive, exclusive to major projects and have little to offer HSE in the construction phase outside of shared document libraries.
Microsoft Exchange Server is a messaging and collaborative software powerhouse that is widely used by corporations, nonprofits, and other large enterprises.
Forming a bright, collaborative software community, the centre is attracting more interest than ever, with businesses realising the value that greater collaboration and interaction with like-minded businesses can offer.
By spreading the collaborative DNA of the largest collaborative software development project in history, The Linux Foundation provides the essential collaborative and organizational framework so project hosts can focus on innovation and results.

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