groupware

groupware

[groop-wair]
noun Computers.
software that allows users on a network to work together and communicate effectively: Our company uses groupware to share files, databases, calendars, and e-mail.

Origin:
1980–85; group+ -ware

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groupware (ˈɡruːpˌwɛə)
 
n
software that enables computers within a group or organization to work together, allowing users to exchange electronic-mail messages, access shared files and databases, use video conferencing, etc

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groupware definition


Software that permits multiple users at separate work stations to share information. An example of groupware is Lotus® Notes.

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Groupware definition


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