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Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Infoworld's Chad Dickerson :

I demo-ed Groove to the edit staff here last week and everyone is ready to roll it out but the Mac question persists -- though we will probably be using Virtual PC to deal with that issue.  Groove has already become the collaboration platform of choice within the InfoWorld Technology department, barely three weeks after we introduced it into our environment.  I haven't seen something catch fire this fast since a developer in my department starting using IM a few years ago, and the next thing I knew, we all just had to be using IM.  Groove is so powerful that I'm not sure I can do it justice, so I'll point again to Jon Udell's review of Groove Workspace 2.5.   Bottom line for us internally at InfoWorld:  it solves a lot of our problems, which is what good software is supposed to do.
  


Vsabu.org reviews Groove 2.5

Groove is now at 2.5. All the issues I had with 2.0 still remains. Anyway, here is my first impression as a draft outline. To summarize, if you have a group that digs Groove, it can be a really good investment. Iím not sure how to make people love Groove though.
  


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