||IBM brings social business to the cloud, mobile devices and the desktop|
IBM unveiled new cloud computing, mobile and desktop solutions that integrate social networking into your business processes
– so you can accelerate collaboration, deepen customer relationships, innovate faster and enable a more effective workforce.
the press release
||See new product demos, Lotusphere keynotes and much more on the IBM Software Livestream channel|
Watch video of all the Lotusphere General Sessions – including the Day 1 session featuring live demos of new IBM social business software – plus exclusive interviews
with IBM executives and business partners.
||Collaborate on documents, in the cloud – try new LotusLive Symphony|
LotusLive™ Symphony® is a new set of cloud-based tools that let you and your colleagues or customers co-create
documents, spreadsheets and presentations – in real-time, wherever you are! Watch this video to see it in action.
the LotusLive Symphony Technical Preview
||Explore new LotusLive Integrated Apps for CRM and B2B commerce|
LotusLive on Sugar integrates LotusLive cloud-based collaboration and social networking into the SugarCRM™
customer relationship management application. Ariba for LotusLive connects LotusLive users to the 300,000 sellers in the Ariba® Discovery network.
all the LotusLive Integrated Apps here
||Available now: Notes Traveler brings Notes email to Android 2.x and other mobile devices|
New IBM Lotus® Notes® Traveler 22.214.171.124 adds support for phones and tablets running the Android™ 2.x operating
system, support for Apple® iPhone® 4 and iPad® iOS 4.2x, and much more.
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