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Higher Levels of Collaboration: Novell Data Synchronizer: Connecting Disparate Systems

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Higher Levels of Collaboration: Novell Data Synchronizer: Connecting Disparate Systems

By Ken Baker, Novell Connection Magazine – June 2010

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With interoperability at the core of everything that Novell does, it’s no wonder that a key architectural component of the Novell collaboration vision is a new technology that enables your disparate collaboration solutions, business-critical applications and mobile devices to seamlessly synchronize events and information. Available soon, Novell Data Synchronizer is a bi-directional, many-to-many synchronization engine that provides back-end synchronization of e-mail, calendar items, contacts and tasks to multiple systems.

Since Novell Data Synchronizer is a multi-source, multi-target synchronization engine, it’s not tied to any specific collaboration solution. As a result, it will enable the synchronization of data and events between traditional collaboration systems as well as mission-critical enterprise applications such as CRM, ERP and other business solutions. Whenever a change occurs in one of these connected systems, the product will store the changes in real time to allow other connected systems to access them.

Since Novell Data Synchronizer is a multi-source, multi-target synchronization engine, it’s not tied to any specific collaboration solution.

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