Here, There, Everywhere
Making Collaboration Transparent
by Ken Baker
Novell Connection Magazine - March 2008
Here's an excerpt:
Last Last month Novell announced the acquisition of SiteScape, a leading provider of team workspace, enterprise social software and real-time conferencing solutions. In case you didn’t know, in 2007 Novell began licensing SiteScape technology to create Novell Teaming + Conferencing.
Like any acquisition, this one has excited market watchers and created new opportunities for Novell and SiteScape customers alike. (See Benefits for Novell Customers and Benefits for SiteScape Customers.) But the big question is, “Why move from a licensing relationship to one of ownership?”
Of course there are multiple answers, with a main one being to strengthen the ability of Novell to deliver the flexible, next-generation collaboration environments organizations need.
But if you dig deeper, you’ll realize it’s much more than that. The acquisition of SiteScape puts Novell in a prime position to move forward with a broad plan to lead the way in Unified Communications from the team workspace perspective.
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