TeamMessenger is easy to use, secure real-time collaboration and live communications application for business and virtual teams. It provides the familiar instant messaging and online presence services while maintaining privacy, confidentiality, security and compliance.
TeamMessenger suits all types of teams working locally within intranet, remotely over the web, or on a partner extranet.
Here are some of TeamMessenger features :
- Private and secure Instant Messaging and remote working
- Contacts with in-out board
- Multiple participants, multiple discussions
- File sharing and multimedia broadcast
- Presence status message
- Offline callback messages
- Taksbar quick-access menu
- SharePoint online presence
- Discussion Logging
- Directory/address book
- Photo profiles in contacts and directory
- Personalise fonts and colours
- Low cost, excellent ROI
- Works on Windows XP, Vista, 2003 and 2008, and does not require a dedicated computer for the secure messaging server (although with large numbers of users a Windows Server 2003 or 2008 is recommended).
- Works with many presence-aware office applications and browser-based collaboration tools, displaying “Presence indicators” and providing one-click messaging from e.g. Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007 and Office Live sites, and many other applications that incorporate “Smart Tags”.
- Typical users of TeamMessenger include Project Teams, Customer Services, Support Teams, Sales Organisations, Partner Programmes, Research Teams and Collaborative Virtual Teams inside and across organisations, amongst many others.
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