During the last Novell BrainShare, attendees were able to learn more about Novell Teaming. The presentations from the sessions are now available. Below you will find a list of the presentations, links, and summaries.
Novell Teaming Customer Use Cases
Companies and organizations run into problems everyday. Some of these problems include communicating effectively with dispersed teams, information overload, finding information, and leveraging resources. Teaming provides a solution to these issues by acting as a knowledge repository, a document manager, a way to collaborate on projects, a way to automate processes, and much more. Find out how several organizations use Nobell Teaming to address these and other challenges.
Integrating Novell Teaming within Your Existing Infrastructure
Many potential users of Novell Teaming want to know how well Teaming will integrate with their current infrastructure. This presentation answers questions and provides information about using existing server environment, authentication sources, inbound and outbound messaging, and more.
Novell Teaming: Automating Business Processes with Forms and Workflows
Workflows are preexisting processes in businesses or organizations. A workflow is as simple as writing down the amount of hours you have worked and handing the paper to your boss to have him/her verify and approve it for the finance department. Teaming allows users to automate these processes to reduce overhead. Use this presentation to find out more about how Novell Teaming can help you through automating everyday business processes.
How Partners are Helping Customers with Novell Teaming
Two Novell partners give an overview of how they use Novell Teaming to solve collaboration challenges for several customers.
Custom Development with Novell Teaming
This presentation covers areas of Novell Teaming that are customizable. Examples include branding, forms and views, landing pages, workflows, templates, accessories and much more.
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