Tag: Collaborative Technologies

2.3 Summarising the integration of different Collaborative Technologies for a range of purposes, tasks and communication media

A tool or device in collaborative technology either falls under hardware or software. Hardware is anything physical which you can touch, for example a mobile phone, a webcam or a computer screen. Software refers to the programs that run on a computer, for example an operating system, spreadsheet software or email client software. Integration of these different collaborative technology tools and devices can be beneficial to a variety of people for a range of reasons.

2.1 Explaining the features, benefits and limitations of different Collaborative Technologies

Collaborative technologies enable two or more people to work together to accomplish a task without face-to-face interaction. There are many different examples of collaborative IT tools and devices utilised for work equipped with different features, benefits and limitations.