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Open Call: Using Vibe to support secure collaboration

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July 31, 2017 3:53 pm

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University Hospital of Munich in Germany wanted to enable medical professionals to freely communicate and collaborate with other medical institutions, in Germany, or elsewhere in the world. This needed to be achieved without compromising security and ensuring the privacy of patient data.

Introducing Micro Focus Vibe as a communication and collaboration platform, as well as for all hospital project management has resulted in effective team collaboration and full protection of patient data. Vibe’s 1,200 users particularly like its mobile capabilities, with a lightweight, secure, and easy-to-use mobile user interface that pres­ents a specialized view of Vibe workspaces.

Our contact said: “It is almost impossible now to imagine life without Vibe and Code and Concept to support us. We have strict workflow processes which ensures no patient data is shared externally and we have seen the use of Vibe increase dramatically over the last four years.”

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Are you using Vibe to enable your teams to communicate securely like this?  Whether or not you are in a healthcare setting, if you are using Vibe for secure collaboration, we’d love to hear about it.  Send in an article explaining what you’re doing and how you set it up for maximum security, and we’ll pay Double Rewards Points for your trouble.

Double Points Offer is good until November 15, 2017.

Login and submit your article, or email it to coolguys@novell.com.

 

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Categories: Collaboration, Messaging & Team Collaboration, Technical, Vibe

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