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Novell ships Teaming 2


August 10, 2009 10:17 am





Novell Teaming 2 has shipped and now you can begin to take advantage of it’s powerful, intuitive and innovative features today to improve your organization’s ability to collaborate.

Novell Teaming 2 provides the foundation for managing the flow of content from creation to review to delivery. Designed around the “workspaces” concept, Teaming’s automated workflow enables your people to do what they do best and not get bogged down in the tedium of managing the life cycle of the content they create.

Teaming 2 brings together all the various aspects of today’s important collaboration tools, from calendars to blogs and wikis and even full featured discussion forums. Social networking is a very hot topic now and Teaming 2 puts a real emphasis on the “Networking” aspect of it. Giving the right people the ability to connect and interact with each other, regardless of where they might be physically located, allows organizations to most effectively utilize what is becoming their most valuable resource, their people.

For developers Teaming 2 provides access to the foundations of the product through the Kablink open collaboration project at Here you’ll find more information regarding customization of the teaming interface and building extensions to Novell Teaming 2. Want to dig deeper? You also have access to the source code for Teaming 2 and all of the resources of the Kablink Community.

Additional documentation can be found at

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