A virtual team is a feature in Virtual Office where users can exchange information, share files, and maintain a calendar of events. Virtual Office lets you create your own teams and become a member of other teams.
For example, you might create a team for a Human Resources department. All information and files shared through that team can be directly related to human resource tasks. When you create a virtual team, you become both the owner and a member of the team.
Virtual teams can have multiple owners. If you want to grant administration rights to another user, you must make that user a team owner. Owners have equal rights. That means an owner can add and remove other owners from the team-even the person who created it. For more information about team configuration see Configuring Virtual Teams.