Networking Within a KMS Environment Issues Raised:
|• What are the key technologies driving widely dispersed knowledge management systems? |
|• How important is collaborative computing (i.e., groupware) in acquiring and sharing knowledge? |
|• What are the current approaches to networking within a KMS environment? |
|• Of what use are the Internet and a company’s intranets and extranets within a knowledge management system environment? |
|• How do network computers and personal computers fit into the future of a KMS operating mode? |
|Introduction to Creating a Networking Environment Conducive to Acquiring and Sharing Knowledge |
|Key Technologies Driving Widely Dispersed Knowledge Management Systems |
|Employment of Collaborative Computing to Acquire and Share Knowledge |
|Integration of Collaborative Computing with the Internet |
|Current Approach to Networking Within a KMS Environment |
|Integration of Client/Server Architecture with the World Wide Web |
|Local Area Networks (LANs) |
|Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) |
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Book title: Knowledge Management Systems for Business.
Contributors: Robert J. Thierauf - Author.
Publisher: Quorum Books.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: 103.
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