Basic Usage of Microsoft Office Groove

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What are the uses of Microsoft Office Groove 2007 and what is it all about?

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Basic Usage of Microsoft Office Groove

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The Microsoft Office Groove 2007 is for creating and working in shared workspaces. After the MS groove is installed, you can start creating workspaces that contain the information files you want to share with your workmates. Simplest level a workspace can simply be a folder on your desktop containing files that other member need to access. Also it can contain any of the more sophisticated collaboration tools that come in the package, or that you create yourself.

After you’ve created a workspace you can start inviting people or workmates to join. If they have already installed Groove they will receive the invite as an IM from the application itself. When it is all done any of its members can work on its content, whether they are connected to the Internet or not.  

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Microsoft Office Groove 2007 is included in Microsoft Office 2007 Ultimate and Enterprise editions and is also sold as a separate product released on January 27, 2007, the Microsoft Office Live Groove 2007 and is an annual subscription-based service. Microsoft Office Groove is the old name and is now known as Microsoft SharePoint Workspace and is a desktop application designed for document collaboration in teams with members who are regularly off-line or who do not share the same network security clearance.

It was first developed by Ray Ozzie, the Lotus Notes creator, and by Groove Networks of Beverly, Massachusetts. It was later acquired by Microsoft on March 2005. Groove's basic set of services [including always-on security, persistent chat, store-and-forward messaging delivery, firewall/NAT transparency, ad-hoc group formation, and change notification] may be customized with tools.

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