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  1. DHart's Avatar
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    For those of you (including me) who wonder if the Pre will be able to link with Lotus Notes in some way, here may be the answer...

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/15794...ml?tk=rss_news
    IBM Intros Lotus Cloud Suite, Partners With Skype, SF.com

    IBM has unveiled a new portfolio of cloud services called LotusLive for collaboration and enterprise social networking.

    Juan Carlos Perez, IDG News Service

    Monday, January 19, 2009 11:00 AM PST

    IBM has introduced LotusLive, which it describes as a portfolio of integrated Internet-hosted services for social networking and collaboration in workplaces.
    LotusLive's Web site is now the portal where all of IBM's Lotus "cloud" offerings are located, including e-mail, collaboration and Web conferencing, IBM announced Monday at its Lotusphere conference in Orlando.
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    At LotusLive.com, organizations can find a suite of hosted collaboration and communication services designed to be easy to use and adopt, without requiring a hefty IT investment, IBM said.
    Built on open standards, LotusLive is designed to allow for simple integration with third-party applications. It features a "click to cloud" functionality to tie existing applications residing on customer servers with LotusLive services.
    IBM has also announced partnerships with Skype, LinkedIn and Salesforce.com for LotusLive. LinkedIn, which operates a social network for professional contacts, plans to tie its site with LotusLive, Lotus Notes and Lotus Connections. Salesforce.com intends to integrate its CRM software with LotusLive services. Skype will provide voice and video capabilities within LotusLive.
    This move by IBM is in line with the trend from vendors like Google, Zoho, Jive, Microsoft, Salesforce.com, Socialtext, Jive Software, Central Desktop, Telligent and Atlassian and others to offer collaboration and communication applications via the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model.
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    Our work e-mail client is Lotus Notes, and because of this we are all using BlackBerry's.
    This may enable me to move across to the Pre when it is released.
    Palm IIIx > m505 > Tungsten T > T5 > Red BlackBerry Pearl 8110 (only device work IT will allow!)
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    i despise Lotus Notes. thankfully, i don't have to use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harps View Post
    Our work e-mail client is Lotus Notes, and because of this we are all using BlackBerry's.
    This may enable me to move across to the Pre when it is released.
    If your firm is anything like mine, they will probably not allow it owing to "security" concerns.

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