IBM Client for Smart Work

Looking to work smarter? Collaborate in context, embed in business processes, leverage Service Oriented Architecture? Expand Business Impact and raise the ROI of IT (CIO Study) by optimizing your workspace?

IBM Client for Smart Work, in partnership with Canonical, and Red Hat, through a variety of Business Partners, offers you a complete, open, easy to use, and security rich Microsoft desktop alternative that can lower your Total Cost of Ownership up to 50%. Lotus knows.

Package choices include Lotus Symphony, LotusLive components such as iNotes, Connec-tions, and Engage, and Lotus Notes/iNotes with integrated Sametime. These can be ex-tended to include Virtual Linux desktops on VERDE from Virtual Bridges, Lotus Connections, WebSphere Portal, and Lotus Quickr. Leverages IBM Lotus Expeditor based on open source Eclipse. Choice of Lotus Foundations Appliance as well as the in-premise option using Lotus Domino servers.

via IBM Client for Smart Work.

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I am a collaboration specialist, blogger, twitterer working for IBM. My main responsibilities are to evangelize social business and it's benefits for fostering innovation, building efficiencies in your processes, promoting knowledge transfers and collaboration within your enterprise, your partners, and your customers. Okay, that was a bit over the top, so to net this out, just think of socializing inside and outside of your organization using IBM Collaboration Solutions. Definitely a people person. Much of his spare time is spent trying to get a balanced life. Taking the time away from work and just enjoy life. Keeping my mind and body fit by working out. Spending time with family and friends. Eating a balance diet..yada yada yada...
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