Groove Tour #2

by Volker Weber

This is fun — blog tennis.

Hugh responds with "That's a problem with innovation of all sorts, right?" to my concern that you need to install the Groove client if you want to take the Groove tour. Hugh is the author of the tour and also the developer of the conversation engine that runs the tour. Marvelous work as stated before.

I don't agree with the remark however. Installing the Groove client is not an option for everyone, especially not in thightly controlled environments where the user works as a Windows 2000 restricted user. So how can I collaborate with him? Only through web based technologies like eRoom or Quickplace that do not require a client install. Still there is room for innovation. :-)

The question would be: How do I connect the Groove world with 'the outside'. I assume the anser is Edge Services.


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