Novell Releases Hosted Conferencing to Complement Collaboration Solutions

16 March 2010

Novell today announced the availability of a hosted version of Novell Conferencing. This new conferencing solution enables users to conduct virtual meetings, demos and Webinars using a Web browser. With this Web conferencing technology, organizations can significantly reduce the cost and time required for face-to-face travel by instantly sharing documents, desktops, applications, Web pages, whiteboards, audio, video—even record meetings—without installing any software.

Novell Conferencing is simple to use with a powerful interface and offers a cost-effective alternative to other Web meeting solutions on the market. Through a new agreement with Dimdim, the easy, open and affordable Web conferencing solution company, this Web conferencing technology improves the Novell collaboration portfolio and offers integrations with products like Novell GroupWise for seamless collaboration.

Availability and pricing
A hosted version of Novell Conferencing will be available in April with an on premises version available later this year. Novell Conferencing is available at a fraction of the cost of competitors' conferencing solutions, beginning at US$120 per user/year for a 20-participant room with pricing available for a 50 and up to a 1,000 participant room.

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