Getting into the Groove: mentioned on Microsoft blog site

With our discussion on Groove yesterday we caught the attention of Abbott Lowell, Senior Product Manager on the Office Groove Team, Microsoft Corporation. He complemented our review and also revised our thinking a bit on using a DataBridge server on-site. He wrote: "One small correction: It is possible to deploy Groove DataBridge on-site, while still using Groove Enterprise Services for the Manager and Relay com

With our discussion on Groove yesterday we caught the attention of Abbott Lowell, Senior Product Manager on the Office Groove Team, Microsoft Corporation.

He complemented our review and also revised our thinking a bit on using a DataBridge server on-site. He wrote:

"One small correction: It is possible to deploy Groove DataBridge on-site, while still using Groove Enterprise Services for the Manager and Relay components."

"For example, an organization using Groove Enterprise Services might opt to deploy the DataBridge in house for its Archive Service (to create workspace archives). While the DataBridge is only available as an on-site server, the DataBridge can be part of a domain that is running on Groove Server or Groove Enterprise Services.

Thanks again for a great article. --abbott"

In addition, he mentioned our article on the Groove Team MSDN Blog site, which you can read here. If you want more information on Groove, that is the place to go!

Keep in mind that next week we will review the different flavors of Groove Server available... so stay tuned!

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