Is email spurring—or slowing—collaboration in the enterprise? Can Groove Workspace help? IDC analysts talk to enteprise managers and Groove customers to find out.
In September, IDC analysts conducted focus groups in Boston and San Francisco with 27 enterprise managers to learn about their usage and opinions of email and other collaborative tools.
The authors followed up with an examination of Groove Workspace in action at the following companies, all Groove customers:
- Why participants use email for 90-95% of their business tasks, despite their criticisms of it for being insecure, inefficient, cluttered with SPAM, and costly to maintain
- What features participants want in their "dream" collaborative tool
- How Groove has enabled HP's Consulting & Integration Services to spend 60% less time coordinating and more time producing quality work in responding to RFPs
- Why Groove's approach to security became a key reason behind EDS's decision to pilot the product
- How Groove use at Neutrogena resulted in a reduction of network chargebacks
- Why Pfizer's recent acquisition of Pharmacia Corp. drove Groove adoption rather than slowed it
- and much more...
Join Groove Networks CEO and founder Ray Ozzie, IDC analyst Mark Levitt, and Groove Networks' industry-leading customers as they discuss
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