Zuerich: Notes Applikationsforum in der Kantonalverwaltung - Presentation Prof. Dr. L. Nastanskys - 28. Nov. 2000, Groupware Competence Center, University of Paderborn, Department of Business Computing 2 2000.

THEMES: Zuerich
YEAR: 2000
  • 0 Agenda & Notes in ZH
  • 1 Technologische Entwicklung
  • 2 Schwachstelle Office: Von Büroarbeit zu Prozess & Workflow
  • 3 Notes / Domino in Öffentl. Verwaltung - weltweit
  • 4 Notes - richtig anwenden
  • 5 Kritische Erfolgsfaktoren - Was, wie, mit wem ... tun?

Database 'GCC KM - Knowledge Pool', View '1. All Authors (Intranet)', Document 'Notes Applikationsforum in der Kantonalverwaltung - Überblick' Agenda und Ablauf der Tagung
    Technologische Entwicklung
    • Database 'GCC KM - Knowledge Pool', View '1. All Authors (Intranet)', Document 'Groupware System Concepts 3' The networked Workplace und Prozesse
    • Messaging - nicht allein Mail , sondern n:m Kommunikation in Teams (click "Messaging im Team) und replikative Groupware-basierte Database 'GCC KM - Knowledge Pool', View '1. All Authors (Intranet)', Document 'Bedeutung des Replikationskonzepts, Mobile Office, Replikation in verteilten heterogenen Datenbankumgebungen, Replikation und 'Applikationsplattformen Database 'GCC KM - Knowledge Pool', View '1. All Authors (Intranet)', Document 'Groupware System Concepts 1'
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Messaging im Team

Electronic messaging is the store-and-forward transport of electronic objects among people, among people and applications, and among applications. The design point of electronic messaging is the asynchronous transmission of messages from one place to another. Messages can contain either simple or complex information, and they can be delivered to specific individuals or groups. Messaging supports different-time, different-place information sharing by virtue of its store-and-forward, or "push," model of transmitting or moving information. That is, information is "pushed" from the sender to the recipient.

Electronic messaging's store-and-forward transport system distinguishes it from other communication technologies. The store-and-forward transport is used to move, or "push" an object from one point to another along a number of intermediate points (i.e., from post office to post office) until delivered to the ultimate recipient. Messaging provides asynchronous connectivity because the sender and receiver need not be synchronized in time. Therein lies the real advantage of store-and-forward processing.

Messaging is credited with revolutionizing one-to-many communication. Naturally, this quickly leads to many-to-many communication. As depicted by the "web" of point-to-point paths in the diagram below, the use of e-mail for many-to-many communication has increased e-mail volume exponentially. As we shall see, this transition in communication is not nearly as simple a move for store-and-forward messaging.