Hannover and Java
Sure. The whole concept of Workplace client technology, which is an underpinning of this whole strategy, is that everything is componentized, so therefore you can use as much or as little of the technology as you want. So for someone who just wants the basic capabilities they have with Notes todaywith the applications, mail, calendar, etc.and they want to take those forward to "Hannover," theyll be a natural step for them to do that. But from the services on the back end, which are all built around this concept of an SOA, well have a policy-control mechanism that will allow you to enable users to get access to more and more services progressively as you want to make them available to end users.