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Team Commitment: Novell Teaming 2.1 Delivers on Its Customer and Partner Commitments

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Team Commitment

Novell Teaming 2.1 Delivers on Its Customer and Partner Commitments

By Ken Baker

Novell Connection Magazine – March 2010

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While the recent release of Novell Teaming 2.1 has a number of new capabilities that can make your novell Teaming experience better than ever before, a key message with this release is delivering on commitments. Since the inception of Novell Teaming, Novell committed to listen to what its customers and partners wanted to see in future releases. As part of their feedback, one of the things customers wanted was shorter release cycles. So after the release of Novell Teaming 2, Novell committed to being more aggressive in the delivery of new features and versions. As a result, just a little over six months later, Novell Teaming 2.1 has arrived with responses to your wish list in the areas of mobility, landing pages and new workspace population.

Teams on the Move

For on-the-move users, Novell Teaming 2.1 delivers an all-new lightweight, secure and easy-to-use mobile user interface (UI). To achieve its lightweight, simple feel, the mobile UI incorporates about 70 percent of the functionality in the standard Novell Teaming interface. The included functions tailor specifically to the needs of mobile users. But to appreciate its overall ease and functions, you really have to give the Novell Teaming mobile UI a try on your own smart phone.

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