ICT and cooperative work
Z. Havlíček, J. Vaněkhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5139-AGRICECONCitation:Havlíček Z., Vaněk J. (2005): ICT and cooperative work. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 51: 469-474.
This article deals with the possibilities of making usage of ICT (Information and communication technology) to support cooperation among teams. There are two main approaches: systems based on the www technologies (intranets), and specialised systems, which are dedicated to cooperation (these systems are designated as groupware). Web technologies are the main element of the Internet. They are becoming the most important technology in the presentation layer of current business information systems. The web environment penetrates into all currently used applications. Its integration with all existing systems makes the users locally independent and enables them to use a variety of hardware and software platforms, as well as the advantages of mobile communications. The results of the issues discussed in the article are outlined in specific examples.Keywords:
www technology, groupware, web site, integration of IS, Novell Groupwise, intranet