Summary We are constantly being told we are living in a shrinking world, but for many the opposite seems to be the case. Our work is increasingly being done out of the traditional office environment: whilst traveling, at clients' premises or at home. We are living further from where we work and we work for global organizations and our colleagues and contacts may be in different countries or different continents.
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At the same time our lives are more and more dependent on constant access to information and one another, but our connectivity whilst on the move or at home is often far less efficient than that of the fixed office. How do we work cooperatively when we are so far apart? James and Adrian W. Savill 5. Ainger and R. Maher 6.
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Authors: Dix , Alan J. Computer supported work is increasingly being done out of the traditional office environment, for example whilst travelling or at home and there is a growing need to support the cooperative aspects of such work.
Remote Cooperation looks at ways of improving the available communications, through the use of packet radio and compression techniques, in order to reduce the imbalance between office-based and mobile workers. It also assesses how the effectiveness of the existing communications infrastructure can be improved, by providing cooperative applications which fit within its limitations. Broadly divided into five sections - social and economic context, application domains, software technology and infrastructure, communications technology and infrastructure, working and learning from home - this volume contains contributions from both the research community and industry.