What Is Microsoft Office Groove 2007?

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My Microsoft Office suite contains Microsoft Office Groove 2007, and I don’t know how to use it. I want to know why Microsoft Office Groove required is.

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What Is Microsoft Office Groove 2007?

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Microsoft Office Groove 2007 provides you the opportunity to work on a project with a no. of people engaged in it. Multiple people can work on the same project at the same time for different organizations either by a remote server or by working offline.

It creates a virtual workspace where you can create, share and edit your documents and then compile them for the purpose suited for. Microsoft Office Groove works in collaboration with a group of people who interact with each other, share their thoughts and ideas, team up together for a particular task and complete it.

 

 

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What Is Microsoft Office Groove 2007?

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Microsoft Office Groove is now known as Microsoft SharePoint Workspace. It is a discontinued desktop application designed for document collaboration in teams with members who do not share the same network security clearance or who are always offline. It is a collaboration application that allows multiple people to work on a single project even if they work for different organizations, work offline, or work remotely.

This can be very useful for your business because the application creates a virtual workspace where users can share and edit documents stored at a remote server which synchronizes and monitors the group’s work. The software is no longer included in Microsoft Office 2013 and has been replaced by a web-based service called SharePoint.

Groove was originally developed by Ray Ozzie, Lotus Notes creator, and developed by Groove Networks of Beverly, Massachusetts, until Groove Networks was acquired by Microsoft in March 2005.

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