Novell has announced the availability of Novell Teaming 2, the capstone to the company's suite of collaboration software aimed at increasing productivity. Utilizing the Novell Teaming search engine and Web 2.0-based communication tools, such as wikis and blogs, Novell Teaming allows users to tap into an organization's expertise and knowledge resources in real time. Users can co-author documents, build workflows to streamline group input, and organize their individual work and team activity in a personal workspace that provides a consolidated dashboard to track and manage all projects and enables them to quickly launch into any of those spaces with a single click.
Novell Teaming 2 also includes several new features: a relevance dashboard that allows users to track projects closely related to them, customizable branded workspaces and team landing pages, and the ability to view status histories and create workflows through a completely user-driven design process.
Novell Teaming 2 is currently available and can be purchased in a variety of bundles including Novell Teaming and Novell Teaming + NOWS. Pricing starts at $92 per user/license. Novell Teaming 2 is also integrated with Novell GroupWise 8, enabling users to navigate their workspaces from within their GroupWise email, calendaring and messaging applications.