Misty Charnesky-Collaborative Technologies

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Running head: COLLABORATIVE TECHNOLOGIES 1 Collaborative Technologies Misty Charnesky XCOM285 August 12, 2011 Keri O'Malley
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COLLABORATIVE TECHNOLOGIES 2 Collaborative Technologies Two of the new collaborative technology advancements discussed in the article are the IBM Lotus Connection and Web 2.0 Mashup Server from Kapow Technologies. The IBM Lotus connection allows users to combine record keeping, blogging, and bookmarking. This application also helps employees to easily file receipts, forms, emails, voicemails, and instant messages. Web 2.0 helps users gather data and deploy it in new ways such as an information dense Web site. There was one more technology mentioned as well, Near-time Wiki, which created new, informal channels between NetScout Systems and their users. The advancements are the same in the fact that they are taking common business tools that are normally used individually and “bundling” them together for ease and time-saving properties that help employees do their jobs much faster and effectively. If an employee has to
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