Micro Focus Vibe (formerly Novell Vibe) brings people, projects, and processes together in one secure place to enhance team productivity—no matter where the team is or what devices they use.
- Team collaboration: Build teams both internally and externally to speed up projects.
- Increase productivity: Securely share ideas and documents from any device.
- Interactive sharing: Easily create interactive intranets, web pages, and workspaces.
- Workflows and forms: Build dynamic forms and workflows with ease.
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Keeping your employees informed through an Intranet is one of the first steps towards business success. Augment or replace existing internal websites with a social and collaborative Intranet that improves users' awareness and contribution with Web 2.0 technologies.
Team workspaces let you create digital offices where local and global team members can gather online to coordinate their efforts and bring together the right information, resources, and skill sets for a project, purpose, or topic. They can take advantage of all of Vibe’s collaboration and productivity tools.
Personal workspaces let you create your own online work environment. Similar to team workspaces but customized to your own needs, personal workspaces give you control over private and public elements in your workspace.
Assistant VP of Technical Services Paul Beaudry originally implemented Vibe in 2012 to replace an aging intranet portal. A year later, when his company acquired a food processing firm with multiple locations, Vibe helped new employees make a seamless transition–from a Microsoft environment to a Micro Focus environment–in only one day.Read full story ›
Beaverbrooks wanted to give its employees an easy way to communicate with each other and with head office. Vibe provides a 'company home page', bringing together a growing array of podcasts, wikis, messaging tools, workflows and task-management tools to help streamline operations and foster better connections between staff.Read full story ›
Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) and Care Trusts across England were grouped into clusters with some sharing of management teams and board members. The aim of clustering arrangements is to release savings in management costs for investing in frontline care whilst preserving sufficient functionality for PCTs to carry out their statutory functions.Watch video ›