A new potential addition to Microsoft's long list of collaboration-related offerings...
Microsoft is expected to position Tahiti as both a consumer and a business service that will allow for collaboration on the fly.
From early reports, Tahiti sounds a lot like the Windows Meeting Space collaboration service that is integrated into Windows Vista. The difference: Tahiti doesn't require Vista; it is Web-based and will require only a browser on the client side, testing sources said.
Source: » Microsoft readies new ‘Tahiti’ collaboration service | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com
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