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List of collaborative software

List of collaborative software
This list is divided into proprietary or free software, and open source software, with several comparison tables among different product and vendors characteristics. It also includes a section of project collaboration software, which are combining with cloud computing services to become a standard feature in an emerging category of computer software: collaboration platforms. There may be some overlap between this list and the list of wiki software. Collaborative software[edit] The following are software applications or solutions including free software: Comparison of notable software[edit] General Information[edit] Comparison of unified communications features[edit] Comparison of collaborative software features[edit] Comparison of targets[edit] Open source software[edit] The following are open source applications for collaboration: Standard client–server software[edit] Groupware: Web based software[edit] Other[edit] Project collaboration software[edit] Web-based software[edit] Other[edit]

Best Online Collaboration Tools 2012 - Robin Good... Extended abstract ACCEPTED Updates | Global Service Jam It's over. Global Service Jam 2014 is over. This is the ninth time we have written those words, as they (or something very like them) have closed every Jam since the first Global Service Jam in 2011. In those three short years, the Global Jams - Service, Sustainabillity and Gov - have grown and evolved. Where three years ago we fought to persuade people to stop discussing and start building, now our “doing not talking” mantra can remain unsaid. That is not our doing. No-one makes a cent out of the Jam (except perhaps some local pizza shops and sticky-note salesmen). Thank you to the amazing Global HQ team who gave up way more than just 48 hours - without even getting to play. Thank you to the Secret Global Council who helped create our most innovative Secret Theme yet. But most of all, as always, we must thank the Jammers. We are tired, we are sore, we have work in the morning. Take the time to visit Planet Jam and look at some of the amazing prototypes and uploads there. P.S.

Welcome eChallenges e-2013 Conference (09 - 11 October) was the twenty-third in a series of annual technology research conferences supported by the European Commission and hosted by national governments. Plenary Speakers & Panelists Plenary Speakers and Panelists included - Ms Eunkyung Kim, Deputy Director, Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, Korea - Tom Clausen, Programme Coordination, DG CONNECT, European Commission - Dr Imelda Lambkin, National NCP Director, Enterprise Ireland - Stephen O'Reilly, National Delegate & Contact Point for FP7-ICT, Enterprise Ireland - Dr Simon Grattan, NI Horizon 2020 Manager, Department of Enterprise, Trade & Investment, Northern Ireland - Mark Daly, Demonstration Projects Manager, ESB ecars - Dr Dirk Pesch, Head of Centre, Nimbus Centre for Embedded Systems Research, Cork Institute of Technology - Dr. - Myer Morron, EFPC (UK) Ltd, Scotland Programme Conference delegates can download presentations. Awards Event Profile

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