Managing Groove Communications

Communication is a central quality of successful collaboration, and these days that means communication among people who make up a team, as well as the computers they use to keep in touch and to store the files and information they need to work together. The more you read about and work with Groove 2007, you can see that communication of various types occurs frequently within the program, as it synchronizes folders, sends messages, displays alerts, lets you chat, and so on.

In Groove 2007, the Communications Manager reports on the overall status of communications—how much data still needs to be downloaded, for example—as well as the status of individual workspaces and activities such as messages and invitations. Groove ...

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