Collaborative Information Technologies

Collaborative Information Technologies

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Collaborative Information Technologies are broadly defined as technologies that enable collaboration among individuals engaged in a common task. Examples of such technologies are Web-based chat tools, Web-based asynchronous conferencing tools, e-mail, listservs, collaborative writing tools, group decision support systems, etc. Collaborative Information Technologies includes research on the design and implementation of such technologies, assessment of the impact of collaborative technologies on organizations, and theoretical considerations on links between collaborative technologies and organizational outcomes.... means working at a distance from colleagues and/or customers, the mobile worker is a€œone whose a#39;place of worka#39; isna#39;t fixed at all, and who needs to be effective in a range of different work settings [....] for example, field service engineersa€anbsp;...

Title:Collaborative Information Technologies
Author:Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi
Publisher:IGI Global - 2001-07-01


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