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September 6, 2006 The Future of GroupWise Phillip Karren GroupWise Product Manager Ken Muir Director of GroupWise Engineering
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 2 A Growing Community SilverDane Concentrico
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 3 Mail... and Much More
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5 GroupWise Transitions Flexiblity: Linux server; Mac and Linux clients; SOAP Interface Mobility: GroupWise Mobile Server BlackBerry Enterprise Server for GroupWise Fluid Productivity: Exploit emerging collaborative trends
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 6 Collaboration Market Trends Growing market Broader collaboration Integrate with business processes
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 7 Growing Market IDC ICE market estimate: $2.5 billion in 2006 Novell is in the leadership quadrant
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 8 Broader Collaboration With more people – open innovation Across the company Between partners, suppliers and customers The users lead innovation New ways to collaborate Teaming Real-Time New metaphors From more places Mobility Web Client machine diversity: Linux, Mac, Windows
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 9 Where Innovation Comes From
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 10 Users Lead Innovation users were the developers of about 80 percent of the most important scientific instrument innovations, and also the developers of most of the major innovations in semiconductor processing users tended to develop innovations that enabled the instruments to do qualitatively new types of things for the first time. In contrast, manufacturers tended to develop innovations that enabled users to do the same things they had been doing, but do to them more conveniently or reliably. - Eric Von Hippel, Democratizing Innovation
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 11 Thinking Outside the Box
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 12 Collaboration Fuels Open Innovation As of 1999, the majority of R&D spending in the United States is now done by companies with less than twenty-five thousand employees – a marked change since 1981, when the largest companies did more than 70 percent of industrial R&D spending. Merck scientists don't just create excellent science in their own lab; rather, they identify and build connections to excellent science in other labs, wherever these labs may be. In the words of Merck's head of R&D, 'Every senior scientist here running a project should think of herself or himself as being in charge of all the research in that field. Not just the 30 people working in our lab but the 3,000 people, say, in the world working in that field.' - Henry Chesbrough, Open Innovation
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 13 Integrate with Business Processes Sales Operations Administration Human Resources Popular enterprise applications
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 14 Since Last Year... Oct 20052006 Partnership with Intellisync Announced Novell Open Workgroup Suite Shipped GroupWise 6.5 SP6 Shipped DecMayJun GroupWise Mobile Server, Powered by Intellisync Shipped GroupWise 7 SP1 Shipped Aug GroupWise Server Migration Tool in Beta Exchange, Notes and Async Gateways Ship
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 15 Novell Open Workgroup Suite The Novell Open Workgroup Suite provides core infrastructure and office productivity software based on mixed source. It combines technical innovation from the open source world with Novell's experience and global reach – competitively priced* Open Enterprise Server (NetWare and OES) GroupWise (NetWare, Linux and Windows) ZENworks Suite NEW! - SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop NEW! - OpenOffice on Windows Open source server for applications Industry leading enterprise networking services Cross platform systems management Secure and reliable collaboration suite Desktop productivity suite on Windows All clients, all servers: $150 Upgrade $106/yr Maintenance All clients, SLES 9 servers only $110 Upgrade $75/yr Maintenance
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 16 GroupWise 7 SP1 Summary Calendar interoperability New Intel Macs WebAccess low bandwidth Global signatures Improved Outlook Connector
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 17 GroupWise Server Migration Utility In Beta August 2006 Automatically migrates GroupWise agents, domains, post offices and data from Netware or Windows to Linux Automatically migrates GroupWise agents, domains, post offices and data from Netware or Windows to Linux Minimizes end user transition time Minimizes end user transition time Allows customers to leverage the efficiencies of collaboration on Linux Allows customers to leverage the efficiencies of collaboration on Linux
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 18 Wireless Technology
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 19 GroupWise Mobile Server, powered by Intellisync SyncML
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 20 BlackBerry Enterprise Solution For Novell GroupWise
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 22 Bonsai – What Product Management Thought
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 23 What Engineering Understood
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 24 Calendar Interoperability
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© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 26 Contact Management
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 27 Web Client
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 28 Enterprise Applications
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 29 Bonsai 2007 Summary Calendar interoperability Enhanced contact management Richer Web Client Improved Outlook Connector Windows, Linux and Mac clients mySAP integration*
© Novell Inc. All rights reserved 30 Aspen 2008 High Performance Teams Deep integration with teaming component of Novell Open Workgroup Suite More portal integration More third-party integrations Full Intel/AMD 64-Bit support Full Unicode support Real-time collaboration iManager integration
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