Don' t think we don't still love iOra
The majority of my posts are for developer issues (not — normally — developer techniques, as many other blogs do that), but I’ll make an exception here since I just brought up Groove a few minutes ago.
We still love iOra. They were a good partner when Groove was a good partner, and they’re still a good partner today as I write this.
Besides, they’re a completely different solution from Groove. Groove takes SharePoint site content offline, but when you want to work with that content, you’re working in Groove. If you want to take the SharePoint site’s Web-based user experience offline, that’s what iOra does.
And if neither the Groove nor the iOra approach suits you, the APIs for writing your own offline solution are still there…