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Using OpenFire for Realtime Collaboration on Linux

Mar 01, 2011, 14:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)

" Offering real-time collaboration tools within a company is becoming a must-have if a company is serious about getting their employees to work as efficiently as possible. Having the ability to instant message fellow employees cuts time down by making communication more efficient. Instead of picking up the phone or walking to someone's office, all that is necessary is to send a message. Don't want to rely on a public service? Check out OpenFire.

"How do companies offer up an in-house messaging server that will prevent their employees from using external servers and using the instant message service to clutter the communication lines? Simple, you host your own instant message server in-house. One sure fire way of achieve this goal is with the help of OpenFire by Ignite."

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