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  • n. A group of workers engaged in a series of collaborative tasks who usually work together.
  • n. A computer network created for use by such groups.

Etymologies

From work +‎ group. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Because this seems a lot like a big-screen (if you have a large screen monitor, I mean) version of what Eileen Joy et al's BABEL workgroup is trying to do, if a bit less theoretically informed and a lot more entertainment oriented.

    Whedon Changes the Rules Again

  • MISMO title workgroup and was appointed as a member of MISMO's council of chairs.

    DSNews.com Article Feed

  • Perhaps the techmemeorandum and blinklists of the world could provide a specific solution to the growing abundance in web 2.0 literature and also within the so called workgroup itself.

    The not so web 2.0, web 2.0 workgroup

  • The Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX) standard and workgroup, which is working toward standardization of BoMs for easier reporting

    CMSWire.com - All News

  • This is precisely the need that most so-called workgroup BI offerings are tapping into.

    Enterprise Strategies

  • For the past several years, the so-called workgroup portion of the HPC space (machines that cost less than $50,000) has been growing considerably faster than the overall HPC server growth rate.

    The Register

  • Also participating in the workgroup were a couple of fine and talented information security folks I've have the privilege to know for the past few years,

    Realtime Community | IT Compliance

  • The company has faced enormous pressure from the European Commission's Article 29 workgroup, which is tasked with monitoring data protection issues.

    Top Stories - Google News

  • All have same "workgroup" name, some have directory folders shared, Printer is set to share.

    Ubuntu Forums

  • When I default everything in Leopard it shows up as a member of "workgroup" when viewed from the Windows side, so Leopard is apparently set up to use "workgroup" as the default work group name.

    MacWindows

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