IT Groupware Services

Hall, Jeff
July 2002
Management Services;Jul2002, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p22
Academic Journal
There has been a growing to create a team, called Groupware, whose goal is to find ways and means of using information technology-based solutions to help drive continual improvement across all parts of the organization. Groupware utilizes a blend of hardware, software and related services to develop products and solutions that offer benefit to all parts of the business. The following services are provided by Groupware: development and promotion of Groupware strategy; Selection and maintenance of all office productivity tools; Development and maintenance of a knowledge base covering all Groupware topics; Promotion of the exploitation of Groupware; and production and publication of vision/research papers on Groupware topics.


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