The more specific term collaborative software
applies to cooperative information sharing systems, and is usually narrowly applied to the software that enables collaborative work functions.
Thus, our research objective is to find ways, based on existing theories and principles of effective collaborative learning, for teaching collaborative software
Until the installation of collaborative software
, seven different e-mail systems were used.
The research was carried out by YouGov plc on behalf of Liquidlogic, the collaborative software
provider and it involved 572 UK doctors, childminders, primary and secondary school teachers.
CollabNet, provider of on-demand collaborative software
development solutions, has introduced its premium deployment services that help enterprise organisations meet and exceed the stringent security, service level and compliance requirements for on-demand software solutions.
ECRM believes that its Efficient Program Planning Session (EPPS) events, which pair manufacturers and retailers in one-on-one meetings facilitated by extensive scheduling and collaborative software
support, can help.
Much like the traditional PC sector--where prices fall as sales volumes increase--prices for digital cameras, wireless laptops, and collaborative software
continue to decline steadily.
"Historically, companies were very vertically integrated," says Mark Suster, CEO of online collaborative software
The collaborative problem-solving model (DeFranco, et al., 2002; DeFranco 2002) takes into consideration the cognitive and collaborative processes of a collaborative software
development group while addressing the psychological and sociological factors of teamwork.
'Wiki' also refers to the collaborative software
used to create such a website." The defining characteristics of a wiki are: social software that allows the ability to edit and add to a wiki document with relative ease; a simplified hypertext markup language for creating documents; and an open editing philosophy in which the community can edit and add to the document.
Rather than using printed agendas or drawing on white boards, meeting participants use collaborative software
on giant plasma screens, which also provide videoconferencing.
Developed by US-based Groove Networks, a specialist in the field of collaborative software
products, Groove is designed to simplify the dynamics of team-working amongst internally or externally dispersed staff.