GCC Teaching: 052445 LOG eSpace Concepts 1. LOG of the course, Groupware Competence Center, Paderborn 2002.

Log of the course eSpace Concepts 1

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YEAR: 2002
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PLACES: Paderborn
TIME: 2002
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Disclaimer: The purpose of these questions is to review the content of todays lecture. The questions have been posted by students from the course and are not entirely reviewed.

Responsible for today's questions are:

Team Number
Student Names
Team 19Sascha Wiebesiek, Hugo Valdueza, Sonja Bartelt
Team 20Johan Benjaminsson, Erkut Dinctop, Maria Proelss
Team 21Julia Hofmann, Markus Nulle, Indronil Roy

Question 1: 6.1 Decentralized Collaboration


Please check all words that correctly continue the following sentence about theGroove Workspace plattform.

Groove Workspace enables the user to work

A) Synchronously.

B) Asynchronously.

C) Offline.

D) Across firewalls.

Question 2: 6.2 Decentralized Collaboration


Fill in the blank in the following sentence about the Groove Workspace platform:

Unlike most business applications, which store content on a server accessible via a Web browser or a dedicated client, Groove content is stored decentralized in a


architecture. The entire content is stored on the hard drive of each user's computer..

Question 3: 6.3 Decentralized Collaboration


Which are advantages of the Groove Workspace platform?

A) It includes text- and voice-based instant messaging.

B) Users can share files with team-members in a space that synchronizes automatically.

C) Groove Workspace is free for download to everyone.

D) Groove is integrated with applications like Microsoft Office or Microsoft Outlook.

Question 4: 6.4 Decentralized Collaboration


Why is using just email-system not sufficient anymore to modern businesses?

A) Unmanageable volumes of business and non-business related Emails reduce peoples productivity.

B) Centralized Email infrastructures are more expensive to maintain than peer-to-peer architectures.

C) EMail does not provide a context for information, whereas a shared team space does.

D) Users do not have access to possibly important information in the mailboxes of their teammates.

Question 5: 6.5 Decentralized Collaboration


Today, Email is the most common tool for business-communication. According to the IDC/Groove webcast, which percentage of daily communication occurs in the Email space?

A) 50 - 60%.

B) 70- 80%.

C) 90 - 95%.

D) 95 - 100%.