Novell To Launch Team Collaboration for Open Workgroup Suite
Novell next month will begin shipping two new workspace and collaboration tools for its Open Workgroup Suite: Novell Teaming and Novell Teaming + Conferencing. The tools are designed to boost team productivity and streamline processes involved in creating, managing, and sharing information.
Novell Teaming is a collaboration tool that combines a wide range of communications, networking, and Web tools, from blogs and wikis to file sharing and LDAP synchronization to instant messaging and surveys. It also offers the following:
- Support for regulatory compliance;
- Section 508 compliance;
- WebDAV support;
- Document management;
- Support for breadcrumbs (dynamic backward navigation);
- LDAP import;
- Profile management;
- Search capabilities;
- Threaded discussions;
- Workspace support; and
- Various other minor functionality.
The Teaming + Conferencing package includes all of these features, plus real-time Web and VoIP conferencing; application sharing; chat; desktop sharing; and whiteboarding.
Both Teaming and Teaming + Conferencing will ship Oct. 20.
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