At Enterprise 2.0 in Santa Clara today, Novell announced Novell Vibe. A new social collaboration platform for the enterprise that's available in the cloud and on-premise, Novell Vibe brings together the products formerly known as Novell Teaming and Novell Pulse to help organizations drive better and faster business results. Moving forward, Novell Teaming will become Novell Vibe OnPrem, and Novell Pulse will become Novell Vibe Cloud.
Open betas for both offerings are available now. Try out either (or both) and see what Novell Vibe can do for you!
> Access the Novell Vibe OnPrem open beta here: http://www.novell.com/beta
> Access the Novell Vibe OnPrem virtual sandbox here: http://tryvibeonprem.novell.com
> Access the Novell Vibe Cloud open beta here: https://vibe.novell.com
HOW DO THE TWO NOVELL VIBE OFFERINGS DIFFER?
Both versions of Novell Vibe offer next-generation capabilities such as real-time social messaging and online document co-editing along with file management, groups, profiles, workflow, and security and management controls. And while the functionality of the two versions will blend together even more closely over time, there are several distinguishing features in each version today.
Novell Vibe OnPrem Highlights:
Automated workflows and custom forms
Robust inter-company project coordination and process management
Novell Vibe Cloud Highlights:
Enterprise social networking
Real-time, online document co-editing
Ad-hoc groups and communication
WHERE CAN YOU LEARN MORE?
> Read the press release: http://www.novell.com/news/press/novell-announces-...
> Catch our participation at Enterprise 2.0: http://www.e2conf.com/santaclara/?_mc=CNUEES01&gcl...
> Learn more about the Novell Vibe platform: http://www.novell.com/vibe
> Learn more about Novell Vibe OnPrem: http://www.novell.com/vibe-onprem
> Learn more about Novell Vibe Cloud: http://www.novell.com/vibe-cloud
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