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Teams that Work: A Deep Dive into Novell Teaming



February 5, 2008 2:55 pm





Novell Connection Magazine: Teams that Work
A Deep Dive into Novell Teaming

by Ken Baker
Novell Connection Magazine – February 2008

Here’s an excerpt:

Based on the ICEcore open source project, Novell Teaming and Novell Teaming + Conferencing provide an open collaboration framework that, as the names suggest, consist of two technologies that work closely together to deliver integrated teaming and conferencing functionality. This is the first in a two-part series that takes a deep dive look at these solutions, with this article focusing on implementing the teaming component.

Novell Teaming creates an online environment that empowers individuals in an organization to work together more effectively and productively. It facilitates the creation of virtual teams based on the match between skills, availability and business need, rather than proximity or org charts. With Teaming, users can create teaming workspaces to collaborate on their projects. It enables enterprise social networking by bringing the right people together to handle business challenges.

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