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This is Part 5. Engineering will very quickly be winding down the changes and new development that will be in the Windermere release. Engineering continues to find things they want to share and socialize with the GroupWise Community.
This series of Windermere technical updates have served to educate not only GroupWise Administrators, but also Technical Services, Consulting and Dedicated/Premium support personnel. In addition, the discussions have allowed engineering to publicly weigh assumptions and decisions. Thank you for continuing to read along, comment, and participate in these important topics.
You are invited to attend this month’s Technical Solutions Training Webinar. In this webinar, learn about identity and access management in the cloud, multiplatform instant single sign-on, a new Mac client for GroupWise, and how to avoid being the next social media scandal. This webinar is part two of a two-part series featuring the best of BrainShare 2013.
A new version of the Novell Vibe Add-in for Microsoft Office has been released. Read more to learn more about the update.
The fully searchable, March 2013 edition of the free GroupWise Resource Archive from Advansys is now available to the GroupWise Community.
While BrainShare has been a personal distraction for a few weeks and the GroupWise blog has suffered, the engineering team has steadily made progress in a variety of areas. Here is an update!
Submitted by: dlythgoe on Mon. 02.25.2013
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing
Topic: Collaboration, GroupWise Mobile Server (GMS), Supported
Product: Data Synchronizer, GroupWise
Roselle School District 12 near Chicago, IL, USA worked with Novell Platinum Partner, Adaris Technologies, to help them get started with using Vibe. With Adaris' help, it only took three months for them to implement it and start using it in the classroom. Read on to see how students today are learning to collaborate using Novell Vibe.