Introduction to Novell ® Pulse Reaching Better, Faster Business Outcomes Andy Fox VP of Engineering [email_address] pulse.novell.com/afox/profile Wendy Steinle Marketing Director [email_address] pulse.novell.com/wsteinle/profile
What's Top of Mind for IT? 2010 State of the CIO Survey Rank improving end-user workforce productivity as their top projected accomplishment Source: CIO Magazine, 2010 State of the CIO Survey, January 2010
Make Collaboration Better for the Enterprise User We Created Novell ® Pulse to...
E-mail Pluses and Minuses Copy Data | No Repository Ad Hoc | Easy + -
Team Workspace Pluses and Minuses Shared | Repository (hint: it's the exact opposite of e-mail) + - Setup | Training | Time Consuming
Users Like Social Messaging, But... Most Implementations Aren't Secure Of people use social tools for business more than two times per week - IDC 54%
Social Messaging Tools are About Passing Small Messages Around Enterprises Need to Work with Documents
Working Independently and Merging and Managing Versions Working with Documents Means...
Getting Past “Merge and Manage” Online, Real-time Documents Solve the Challenge
Enterprise social networking Real-time, online document co-editing Easy file sharing and sync Secure + + Novell ® Pulse Combines the Best of: Cloud-based
How is Novell Pulse Different ? One collaboration tool for working together Character for character real-time authoring Three ways to reach your audience Unified information box Conversations, files and online docs in group context + + + + +
Novell ® Pulse Key Features <ul><li>Co-editable, real-time Wiki
Cloud and on-premise deployment </li></ul>VERSIONS BASIC: Complete feature set Limits on groups and storage Community support ENTERPRISE: Expanded data storage Unlimited groups Enterprise management console Tiered support
Novell ® Pulse Could Have a Similar Game-changing Effect Imagine a World Before E-mail <ul><li>Faster decision making
<ul><li>Sales Help / Urgent Response </li><ul><li>Example: “I have a customer meeting in two hours. What's the return policy?”
Novell Pulse solution: </li><ul><li>Simultaneous post to your Feed (network) and three different sales groups
Users come into your message in real time and chat around solution
Quick, collaboratively formed answers; 1 response chain, no duplication of effort </li></ul></ul><li>Come up to speed on a topic / Stay in-the-loop </li><ul><li>Example: “I need to know more about our partner program.”
Novell Pulse solution: </li><ul><li>Search for groups and people who have documents and profiles featuring your partner program
Gadgets, Robots, Wave, and the Promise of Ubiquitous Collaboration Novell ® Pulse and Google Wave share protocols and APIs to make real-time collaboration across platforms a reality: <ul><li>“ Operational Transform” for character for character co-edit
Launch BrainShare ® and Buddies Preview in EMEA (US English preview version, hosted in US) Open Preview V1 Product FCS (NA) V1 Product released in select EMEA and APAC countries V2 Product FCS, including on-premise option May 2010 Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Target Winter 2010/11 (Partner-dependent) Spring 2011 Novell ® Pulse Around the World
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