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Computer Supported Collaborative Working (CSCW) combines existing technology such as: groupware, virtual reality, knowledge management, document management, decision support and videoconferencing with human and social sciences, such as: ergonomics (i.e. Human Computer Interaction, or HCI) sociology, psychology, and socio-anthropology. The focus of this research and technology is the development of shared electronic spaces that embody a social environment in which people can meet, share ideas, explore problems and resolve work-issues. The technology currently being embraced includes: video teleconferencing, data sharing, document sharing, shared-whiteboards, chat, instant messaging, online-presence (ICQ, Ding etc.), bulletin boards, threaded news and discussion group systems, email, mailing-lists, voting/polling, virtual communities and virtual reality. Applications of the technology include enterprize level collaboration, corporate conferencing, distance learning, distributed project team management, interagency consultation, decision-making support and the development of virtual employee-communities within distributed organizations. CSCW is predicated on the use of TCP/IP connections either on a corporate intranet/extranet, or on the public internet.
Sites that provide information about Lotus Notes and the Domino Web Server, and also companies that specialise in related services.
This site if for applications or utilities that are Microsoft Exchange Server based. Sites related to Outlook utilities or applications should be listed under Computers: Software: Internet: Clients: Mail: Windows: Microsoft Outlook.
Exchange Server is Microsoft's Groupware platform.
Please only submit sites dealing with third-party GroupWise solution providers.
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Open source groupware server to integrate with the leading open source office suite products and all the leading groupware clients running across all major platforms, and to provide access to all functionality and data through open XML-based interfaces and APIs.
Computer communications software written under an Open Source license. Basic forms of groupware include the HTML/World Wide Web, Usenet news, instant messaging and electronic mail.
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