Published: 27 July 2005
Analyst(s): Gene Phifer , Alexander Linden , Bern Elliot , Michael A. Bell, Nikos Drakos , Lou Latham, Jeffrey Mann, David Mario Smith, Ray Valdes, Betsy Burton, Waldir Arevolo De Azevedo Filho, Matthew Cain , Tom Eid, Debra Logan, Jackie Fenn , Bob Hafner, Andrew White , James Lundy, Lawrence Orans
Two key trends are shaping collaboration and communication technologies: the maturation of technologies, which are becoming more user-friendly and flexibly deployable, and the more disruptive ubiquity of Internet connectivity, through which individuals can collaborate without constraints.
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