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workflow

Informatics The process by which tasks are done, by whom, in what order and how quickly
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workflow

The processes involved in completing a job, including such functions as the organization of human or other resources; the design of tasks; the development of procedures (and their implementation), followed by feedback, oversight, and quality improvement.
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Moving forward, Fujitsu will offer customers optimal cloud environments through its Cloud Integration Service, which combines a variety of cloud services, including the Cybozu Garoon SaaS being announced today, and an array of groupware products.
More specifically, they could search on the web, read files they found, and use groupware individually or with peers.
Another great feature of groupware is the ability to search every e-mail via keyword.
To provide users with multi-modal mobility, this solution also draws on the strength of MagicalOffice, a fully web-based intranet and groupware application from Magically, Inc.
Version 3.1 further enhances the program's functionality by adding the important groupware and scheduling features necessary to make it a complete computerized personal assistant.
Penton Technology Media (London) will launch two new shows later this year, including the "Teamwork 2002" show, an event covering conferencing, collaboration and groupware tools for business, and the "Pocket PC 2002" show for the European market.
Zetalink, is a new software product which provides secure access to corporate messaging and groupware functions from any WAP enabled device.
"Open Studio," for example, is Deck's take on groupware (i.e., software programs designed to enable corporations to hold meetings online).
"Groupware at the World Bank." In Groupware & Teamwork, edited by Claudio U.
Integrated solutions, commonly called groupware, include Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Novell GroupWise, and other packages specifically designed to facilitate information management and communication in collaborative environments.