Groupware

Groupware,

Definition of Groupware:

  1. Software designed to facilitate collective working by a number of different users.

  2. Specialized workgroup software (such as Lotus Notes) that provides structure and means to collaborate, exchange ideas, debate, decide, and coordinate activities. It allows the members of a team to use the same pool of data, via connection to a local or wide-area network (such as Internet) spanning countries and continents. Also called collaborative tools.

How to use Groupware in a sentence?

  1. You should try and get a really good groupware software if you are going to be doing a lot of group work.
  2. We had this thing called groupware , which made it really easy to share ideas in an organized and constructive fashion.
  3. Businesses may choose other collaborative software, or groupware that covers more informal, or ad hoc, processes that this cannot cover.
  4. If you will be holding many group meetings you may want to get some groupware to make them more efficient.

Meaning of Groupware & Groupware Definition