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Tuesday, November 11

I took the Lotus Workplace Tour at first glance it looks like a very similar product to Groove with the almost identical term workplace and workspace, The interface looks quite similar to, although I have to say Workplace looks much less cluttered and flexible than the groove interface.

Maybe I am overlooking the p2p aspect of Groove, the ease with which you can set up spaces in Groove and collaborate with just the groove client, I suspect that Workplace is integrated with the Lotus Domino Server?

Interesting webcast on Lotus Workplace, many clients can access the workplace platform even custom Java clients and Outlook

Is it an advantage that Groove is a completely p2p platform in the sense of developing applications for large organizations, doesn't it help if there can be a dedicated machine for a space?

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