Enterprise Applications: Highlights of Lotusphere 2009

 
 
By Clint Boulton  |  Posted 2009-01-20
 
 
 

Highlights of Lotusphere 2009

by Clint Boulton

Highlights of Lotusphere 2009

Blue Man Group Plays for Big Blue Crowd

Blue Man Group drums out its own tune, getting the Lotusphere audience pumped to discuss serious SAAS (software as a service) collaboration.

Blue Man Group Plays for Big Blue Crowd

Dan Aykroyd

Yes, that's Aykroyd, who came on stage doing his Beldar Conehead impression, which may have been funny on "Saturday Night Live" in 1978. Aykroyd, however, is a fine public speaker and didn't miss a beat when offering his own thoughts on collaborating on a movie set.

Dan Aykroyd

BlackBerry Client for IBM Lotus Connections

The slide, preceded by Research In Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie talking up IBM and RIM's long partnership, says it all. The key difference with this new software is that it supports Lotus Connections' blogs, activities and communities.

BlackBerry Client for IBM Lotus Connections

New BlackBerry Client for Lotus Sametime

The client integrates presence to help colleagues find each other anywhere, a key function in any enterprise.

New BlackBerry Client for Lotus Sametime

Lotus Symphony and Quickr Rock the BlackBerry

BlackBerry can now handle Lotus Symphony documents and Quickr team collaboration software. Support for Lotus presentations and spreadsheet will come later in 2009.

Lotus Symphony and Quickr Rock the BlackBerry

Domino Designer with XPages Support

BlackBerry now supports Designer and XPages to enable easier mobile enterprise application development.

Domino Designer with XPages Support

LotusLive Unveiled

LotusLive is the new brand name for IBM's SAAS collaboration suite, an alternative to Google Apps and Microsoft Windows Live.

LotusLive Unveiled

LotusLive Engage

Engage is IBM's "Bluehouse" extranet social networking services renamed. Engage includes e-mail, Web conferencing, file sharing and other collaboration services.

LotusLive Engage

LotusLive Partners

Salesforce.com, Skype and LinkedIn have all agreed to integrate with LotusLive, extending IBM's tendrils to potentially 400 million users.

LotusLive Partners

From Atlantic to Alloy

Alloy is the IBM and SAP joint software development deal, in which SAP Business Suite reports can be accessed from within Lotus Notes.

From Atlantic to Alloy

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Highlights of Lotusphere 2009 - Page 12

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