Solutions foster reduced costs while preserving organizational knowledge
Novell today introduced two new team workspace and real-time collaboration additions to its workgroup product line, Novell® Teaming and Novell Teaming + Conferencing. These solutions will help boost end-user productivity and reduce overall customer costs by simplifying the everyday business activities people engage in to create, share, discuss and manage information. With Novell Teaming, employees can create online workspaces and invite other members of the workgroup or organization to participate. Team members use these virtual workspaces to share and access documents, calendars, discussion forums and more. Novell Teaming + Conferencing includes all the capabilities of Novell Teaming and enhances them with real-time collaboration. Team members can collaborate via live voice or Web conferences and instant messaging.
"Novell enjoys a reputation as a provider of superior collaboration solutions, and these new teaming offerings will only enhance that reputation," said Kent Erickson, vice president and general manager of Workgroup Solutions for Novell. "For customers, they will provide a competitive advantage as knowledge workers will be able to easily identify resources based on the expertise of others, quickly assemble high-performance teams regardless of members' locations, and efficiently manage and access all aspects of team projects. These tools will save time and money and will increase productivity within and across organizations."
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