By Richard Bentley, Uwe Busbach, David Kerr, Klaas Sikkel
The creation of the realm broad net has replaced the views of groupware platforms. The curiosity and deployment of net and intranet groupware ideas is transforming into speedily, not only in educational circles but in addition within the advertisement enviornment. the 1st iteration of Web-based groupware instruments has already began to emerge, and major groupware proprietors are urgently adapting their items for compatibility and integration with internet applied sciences.
the focal point of Groupware and the area extensive Web is to discover the possibility of Web-based groupware. This ebook contains an research of the most important features of the net, providing purposes for its luck, and describes advancements of a various variety of Web-based groupware structures. An emphasis at the technical stumbling blocks and demanding situations is carried out through extra analytical discussions and views, together with that of knowledge know-how managers seeking to install groupware strategies inside their businesses.
Written via specialists from diverse backgrounds - educational and advertisement, technical and organizational - this booklet presents a special evaluation of and perception into present matters and destiny percentages bearing on extension of the area vast net for team working.
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Security and authentication: As well as making things easier for remote users, we may also want to make things harder! DIX - a view shared by many outside (and even within) academic environments. Security issues are already firmly on the Web agenda. However, security and protection mechanisms may easily become fossilised in the Web along similar lines to those in traditional operating systems. It is far from clear whether these are the appropriate mechanisms for cooperative systems. It is interesting to note that security, although an issue which quickly springs to mind with the Web, was not prompted by the analytic methods.
Reducing the cost reduces the critical mass. into the (not necessarily easy to use) calendar system. The managers of course do not have to actually use the system themselves as their secretaries do the work! If we distinguish between providers and consumers on the Web we may get different cost-benefit balances. In the above example, employees may be forced to use a system for which they perceive little advantage. In the case of the Web, use is usually voluntary and if either providers or consumers do not perceive any benefit they will simply not use it.
Whereas these initial two sections start with the existing technology and work from there. In Section 4 we will start with a general framework for understanding the role of CSCW systems which has previously been used for designing and analysing groupware under other constraints (including cooperative work over mobile telecommunications). We will be able to look at each element in that model and see how well the Web supports that particular feature of cooperative work. The penultimate section will draw up a list of issues which need to be considered by those who are designing CSCW applications for the Web.