Workgroup Productivity Package

What Does Workgroup Productivity Package Mean?

A workgroup productivity package is a group of software packages including email, calendar tools, scheduling tools and other tools to develop communication between users on a local area network (LAN).

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Techopedia Explains Workgroup Productivity Package

As computer networks evolve and are used in business, LAN infrastructure is available in almost every office in the world. LANs are used as cost effective solutions for using existent data infrastructures.

Because it is a critical part of business, LAN applications have been developed to cover many required aspects of running a business. LAN applications have developed functionalities including communication, collaboration, cooperation, hobbies, art and media streams.

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