Working together

Novell Inc. of Provo, Utah, has announced that it is adding team workspace and real-time collaboration products to its arsenal of workgroup products.

While no products names or prices have been announced, it is expected that the solutions will leverage SiteScape software. Novell has completed an OEM licensing agreement with SiteScape Inc., a Maynard Massachusetts-based company that offers workspace software packages. The Novell offerings are expected to be available later this year.

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