My spin Collaboration and workgroups are very important to the growth of fast companies. Groove’s Workspace is a tool you should consider.
News Clip: Microsoft Outlook and SharePoint Team Services integration allow organizations to gain greater value from their existing communication and collaboration tools
Beverly, MA – Feb. 5, 2003 – Groove Networks, a leading provider of desktop collaboration software, today shipped Groove Workspace version 2.5, which features further integration with Microsoft Outlook and a new toolset for SharePointô Team Services (STS). The new toolset provides STS customers with a team Web site solution that can now support online and offline use, and work securely across company firewalls.
These enhancements and others allow business processes to evolve naturally from email and team portals to Groove shared spaces, where end users benefit from Groove software’s secure environment, presence and notification services, realñtime online and mobile offline use, and synchronization of data inside and across company firewalls. The new product also includes performance improvements, and enhancements to its Enterprise Server family of products. Groove Workspace v2.5 licenses are available for purchase at http://www.groove.net/shop.
“Organizations should recognize that email is the beginning but not the end of collaboration,” said Mark Levitt, vice president of Collaborative Computing Research at IDC. “The integration of Groove Workspace with Microsoft Outlook and SharePoint Team Services reflects Groove’s understanding that business team collaboration will often begin in email and end with the posting of a file to a shared workspace.”
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