Novell Drives Open Collaboration with SiteScape Acquisition

<strong>Waltham, Mass. &mdash; Feb. 13</strong><br />Novell announced it has acquired SiteScape, a provider of Web-based collaboration software and hosted services, extending Novell&#39;s leadership in and commitment to innovative and open collaboration solutions. SiteScape, the founder of the ICEcore open source collaboration project, brings impressive team work space and real-time collaboration capabilities to Novell, key components of a broad unified communications and collaboration strategy. The melding of the two firms will give customers powerful, flexible ways to integrate new communications technologies into their environment and drive employee productivity and business innovation. <br /><br />"Advances in Web 2.0 technologies are driving new opportunities for unified communications (UC) and team collaboration," said Mark Levitt, program vice president for Collaborative Computing and the Enterprise Workplace at IDC. "Enterprise and SMB customers are looking for solutions that combine real-time messaging, conferencing and IP voice calling along with online workspaces, social networking, blogs, and wikis to improve team and enterprise productivity and innovation. Solutions that combine team collaboration and UC like those offered by the combined Novell-SiteScape, which are based around open source for rapid innovation and open standards for interoperability and platform flexibility, represent the next major step forward for business collaboration." <br /><br />Founded in 1995, SiteScape provides collaborative solutions for communication and management for distributed teams across a wide range of business and government customers. SiteScape&#39;s integrated Web-based solutions support knowledge management, project management, communities of practice, telework, business and government continuity and many other workflow-driven functions. Long a leader in enterprise e-mail…



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