EC – enterprise collaboration

Often abbreviated as EC, enterprise collaboration is a communications system used by employees (see “Enterprise Collaboration Systems“) to collaborate and complete work tasks across departments within the enterprise. Enterprise collaboration combines a number of tools, Internet, extranets and other networks as needed to support enterprise-wide communications, such as sharing documents, enterprise email systems, videoconferencing, project management tools and others.

Learn more about enterprise collaboration and the different communication tools used in Webopedia’s ECS definition.

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