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  • This is an overview presentation of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software. It is not version specific, but does include features and capabilities through Lotus Notes and Domino 8.0.1.

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  • server_32b256px.png IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino 8 software The desktop of the future, today
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • Technology and culture are evolving the way we work The next generation of collaboration tools reaches far beyond e-mail and documents … Virtualization The number of virtual workers has increased by 800% over the past five years 1 Generational impacts The technology savvy generation is entering the workforce Situational applications Organizations are looking for customizable, role-based solutions 1 Nemertes Research Inc, January 2005
  • The business world is becoming even more virtual Organizations need to adapt to a globally connected world …
    • 83% of IT executives consider their company to be a virtual workplace 2
    • 91% of employees work in locations other than headquarters 2
    • 84% of employees work in different locations from their bosses 2
    The number of virtual workers has increased by 800% over the past five years 1 Sources: (1) Nemertes Research, Robin Gareiss, Network World, "Branch office IT strategies are vital," 12/05/05 , (2) Nemertes Research, "Building the Successful Virtual Workplace," February 2007
  • Human factors are driving change in the workplace
    • The lines between work and home are blurring
    • Employees are no longer tied to their desks at the corporate office
    • Teams are becoming dispersed, working across organizational and geographic boundaries
    • The technology savvy generation is entering the workforce … they have different expectations and different needs than today’s employees
  • New trends are influencing the way we work 2008 IBM HorizonWatch Trends List
    • General trends
    • Economic uncertainty
    • Greening/climate change
    • Globally integrated enterprise
    • Business architecture
    • Emerging marketplaces
    • Increasing power of the consumer
    • Social networking
    • 3-D/virtual worlds
    • Viral marketing
    • Mobility is poised for the next phase
    • Prediction marketplaces (wisdom of crowds)
    • IT technology trends
    • Green data center
    • Virtualization 2.0
    • Cloud computing
    • Software as a Service (SaaS)
    • Web 2.0 mashups
    • Information management
    • Semantic Web
    • Service-oriented architecture (SOA)
    • The security imperative
    • Emerging country provisioning platform
    • Embedded data intelligence
    • Unified communications
    • Speech technology
    • Surface computing
  • Technology has emerged to support business needs A graphic of a timeline is divided into three sections. The top section describes the evolving business climate between 1990 and 2013, starting with a recession, stock market fall and tight capital markets in the 90s; a reluctance to invest in growth, a tech bubble burst and consolidation between 2000 and 2010; and globally integrated enterprise and globally integrated value networks from 2010 into the future. The middle section shows that the 90s were an era of process optimization and cost cutting, and the years between 2005 and 2013 are an era of innovation and top-line growth. The bottom section shows evolving technology enablers between 1990 and 2013, starting with e-mail, client server, Internet, e-business and E R P technologies in the 90s; followed by C R M, mobile, Web 2.0, and unified communications technologies between 2000 and 2010; followed by social software, mashups, gaming theory, and 3-D worlds and simulations from 2010 into the future. Stock market fall Tech bubble burst Tight capital markets Recession Consolidation Globally integrated enterprise Reluctance to invest in growth Globally integrated value networks 1990 2005 2000 1995 2010 Era of process optimization Era of innovation Cost cutting Top line growth 2013 Evolving technology enablers Evolving business climate  Client server Internet E-business ERP CRM Web 2.0 Unified communications Social software Mobile E-mail Mashups Gaming theory 3-D worlds/ simulations
  • Innovation is critical to the ability to compete in the 21st century, and collaboration is essential for innovation In IBM’s annual CEO Survey, collaborative innovation was cited as the most important competitive advantage that must be cultivated.
    • Top innovation priorities:
    • Extend the ability to collaborate inside and outside
    • Innovate business models and processes
    • Leverage information for business optimization
    87% of CEOs believe fundamental change is required in the next two years to drive innovation. Source: Innovation PoV – The IBM Human Capital Study 2006, IBM Global CEO Survey, 750 CEOs interviewed.
  • A “collaboration gap” looms large in the minds of CEOs Source: “Expanding the Innovation Horizon: 2006 IBM Global CEO Survey” An approximate 25 percent “collaboration gap” exists where CEOs believe that: collaboration is absolutely critical to their organization … but … their organizations do not collaborate to a large extent A bar chart shows the collaboration gap between 80 percent of C E Os who believe that collaboration is “absolutely critical” or “of great importance,” and 55 percent of C E Os who believe that their organization collaborates “to a large extent.” 20% 40% 60% 80% 0% Just over 80% of CEOs believe collaboration is “absolutely critical” or “of great importance” About 55% of CEOs believe their organization collaborates “to a large extent” Collaboration gap
  • Collaboration projects should focus on adding value Where are you spending most of your IT budget and resources?
    • Upgrading desktop software
    • Upgrade hardware
    • Upgrade operating system
    • Purchase additional, required software
    • Implementing innovative, value-
    • added collaboration solutions
    • Increase personal and organizational effectiveness
    • Leverage information
    • Foster innovation
  • Employees aren’t as productive as possible Without the right collaboration and communication tools, the opportunity to innovate can get lost in the shuffle
    • Users:
    • Fragmented, disjointed tools
    • Unfamiliar, nonintuitive interfaces
    • One-size-fits-all solutions
    • Limited accessibility
    • Developers:
    • Siloed application development environments
    • Environment-specific skill sets
    • Little to no component reuse
    • Cumbersome user interfaces and tools
    • Administrators:
    • Numerous, disjointed environments
    • Decentralized administration
    • Vendor lock
    • Rip and replace upgrades
  • Key principles for effective collaboration solutions A text-based graphic shows the key principles for effective collaboration solutions, including the following topics: switching points of view, navigation and discovery, flexibility, context sensitivity, adaptability, activity orientation and open standards. The graphic states that people work in different ways, that work is organized by activities and not applications, and participation creates value.
  • The next generation in collaboration software A text-based graphic shows the emergence of a digital collaboration infrastructure, including the following topics: contact management, to-do lists, group calendaring, documents, offline support, Web browsers, spreadsheets, personal journals, e-mail, composite applications, Web conferencing, instant messaging, R S S feeds, collaborative applications, news readers, activities, team rooms, file sharing, presentations, searching, content libraries and encryption.
  • Building the digital collaborative infrastructure Collaboration Foundation Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 The digital collaborative infrastructure includes a collaboration foundation, Web 2.0 and enterprise 2.0, and working beyond the office. Beyond Office Digital collaborative infrastructure
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • IBM Lotus mission Empowering people to be more effective, responsive and innovative in the context of the work they do
  • IBM Lotus collaboration strategy A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Interaction and client services (online or offline) A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Collaboration and content management A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Information A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Business process A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Rich clients A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Portal A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Browser A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Mobile A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. mda mobilephone2 A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Content feeds A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Applications and integration A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Communications and social software A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. Task-specific applications A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. On-premises and/or Web as a platform (SaaS) A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications. A graphic shows the I B M Lotus collaboration strategy, starting with business process, information and on-premises or Web as a platform/software as a service. Layered on top of business process and information are collaboration and content management, communications and social software, and applications and integration. The communications and social software section includes interaction and client services (online or offline) via rich clients, Web browsers, portals, mobile devices, content feeds, and task-specific applications.
  • IBM is a marketshare leader in business productivity solutions
    • Enterprise e-mail and integrated collaboration environment (ICE)
    • Instant messaging, Web conferencing and unified communications
    • Social software
    • Portal
    • Business process management
    • Enterprise content management
    • Office productivity suites
    The right side of this slide displays the following I B M software product logos: Lotus Notes, Lotus Sametime, Lotus Connections, and WebSphere Portal. Sametime--big Lotus Sametime Lotus_Connections 09-Websphere Portal 5 straight
  • Lotus Notes and Domino software: a flexible and comprehensive collaboration solution This slide shows how I B M Lotus Notes and Domino software can support an open client solution. Universal access can help users remain productive regardless of their location with rich clients, Web browsers and mobile devices. Collaboration in context can provide a seamless workflow. A collaboration foundation includes e-mail, calendar and contacts. Advanced collaborative capabilities include instant messaging, a personal content library and office productivity tools. The software supports fully extensible and standards-based open application development. And a proven, reliable, security-rich infrastructure can enable high availability and simple upgrades. Collaboration foundation E-mail, calendar, contacts Collaboration in context Seamless, uninterrupted workflow Advanced collaborative capabilities Instant messaging, personal content library, office productivity tools Open application development Fully extensible, standards-based Universal access Remain productive regardless of location Proven, reliable infrastructure Security-rich, high availability, simple upgrades laptop Rich clients Browser Untitled-4 Mobile mda mobilephone2
  • Introducing IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software Collaboration tools that support personal and organizational effectiveness Lotus Notes logo.
    • Client (user interface)
    • Security-rich access to information on the server
    • E-mail, calendar, contacts, integrated collaborative capabilities and applications
    • Offline access to replicated information
    • Access to other systems and repositories
    Lotus Domino logo.
    • Server
    • “ Serves” information (e-mail, applications, etc.) to the client and the Web
    • Includes directory services (identifies people, servers and groups)
    • Routes e-mail to recipients
    • Replicates applications and information throughout the client/server environment
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • A screen capture of an I B M Lotus Notes Inbox shows conversation threads, color-coded messages, integrated presence and instant messaging, horizontal and vertical preview pane options, and recipient icons and flags. Zeta_Mail_Renata Recipient icons and flags Color-coded messages Conversation threads Horizontal and vertical preview pane options Integrated presence and IM
  • A screen capture of an I B M Lotus Notes calendar work week shows group calendars, integrated presence and instant messaging, color-coded meetings and unanswered calendar entries. Zeta_Calendar_SalesBoard Unanswered calendar entries Color-coded meetings Group calendars Integrated presence and IM
  • A screen capture of an I B M Lotus Notes contact list shows integrated presence and instant messaging, and a business card view. Business card view Integrated presence and IM
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • Collaborate in context from a single, customized view Your in-box is a catalyst for productivity—moving from it interrupts your workflow and introduces opportunities for distraction This graphic illustrates a single, customized view and workflow, with a screen capture of a Lotus Notes Inbox in the middle and arrows pointing out to icons showing e-mail, calendars and contacts; documents, presentations and spreadsheets; instant messaging; social networking (blogs, mashups and activities); a personal content library; feeds, My Widgets and live text; and collaborative and business applications. Instant messaging E-mail, calendar, contacts Documents, presentations, spreadsheets Social networking—blogs, mashups, activities Personal content library Feeds, My Widgets, Live Text Collaborative and business applications
  • Quickly and easily access your most used applications
    • Lotus Notes sidebar:
    • Store and access various applications
    • Convenient
    • Peripheral vision
    • Deploy a variety of plug-in applications
      • Out-of-the-box applications included
      • Fully customizable with your own applications
    This slide shows a screen capture of a Lotus Notes sidebar.
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • Why pay more when you don’t have to? Lotus Notes and Domino software includes advanced collaborative capabilities at no additional charge …
    • Documents, presentations and spreadsheets
      • Based on IBM Lotus Symphony software
      • No licensing or compliance concerns
      • Integrated in Lotus Notes software or used on a stand-alone basis (at home or at work)
    • Instant messaging and presence awareness
      • Based on IBM Lotus Sametime ® software
      • Locate expertise and make decisions faster
      • Integrated in context and/or in the sidebar
    • Personal content library extra space
      • Based on IBM Lotus Quickr ™ software
      • Include links instead of attachments
      • Integrated in context and/or in the sidebar
  • Realize cost savings with included office productivity tools
    • Integrated office productivity tools
    • No additional charge
    • Based on Lotus Symphony software
      • Helps reduce ongoing licensing costs and dependence on a single software vendor
      • Available to virtually anyone and everyone
      • Use at work and at home
    Frustrated with business productivity tool costs and upgrades? Could your time and budget be better spent elsewhere? Documents Spreadsheets Presentations
  • “Right” featured office productivity applications
    • Fully featured and easy to use
    • Designed for the majority of users
    • Accessed in context, within your Lotus Notes client
    • Can be run separately
    • Based on open technology standards
      • Supports OpenDocument Format (ODF)
      • Supports Microsoft ® Office files and other file formats
      • Output to Adobe ® PDF files
      • Support for Microsoft Windows ® and Linux ® platforms
    • Application programming interfaces (APIs) for integration with other business applications
    ibm.com /software/lotus/symphony This graphic shows the open document formats can travel globally from user to user.
  • Increase responsiveness with integrated instant messaging
    • Leverage presence awareness and instant messaging
    • Integrate context
      • In-box, calendar, contacts and applications
      • Sidebar plug-in
    • Avoid additional charges
    • Locate expertise and make decisions faster
    • Share urgent news
    • Connect in realtime “behind the scenes”
    • Receive fewer e-mails and voicemails
    This slide shows three screen captures—a Lotus Notes Inbox, calendar entries and contact information—all with integrated instant messaging. In-box Contact Calendar
  • Organize and share content with a personal content library
    • Personal file sharing
    • Integrated in context
      • Save attachments into private or shared library
      • Send links instead of attachments
      • Sidebar plug-in
    • No additional charge
    • Can help reduce the size of your in-box, content duplication and “version anxiety”
    These screen captures demonstrate personal file sharing with Lotus Notes software and saving attachments using I B M Lotus Notes Quickr Connections software.
  • FileNet Content Manager for enterprise content management Capture, store, manage, integrate and deliver content across your business—so you have the right information at the right time to make the right decisions
    • Full life-cycle management
    • Document and versioning management
    • Integrated publishing support
    • Workflow and process capabilities
    • Federation services to manage content across multiple repositories
    • Support for information security, accuracy and regulatory compliance
    • Streamlined Web 2.0 – based user experience
  • Revolutionize the way you work—bring your in-box to life!
    • Perform business actions with a single click
    • Automate common searches and lookups
    • Auto-recognize common text strings
    • Present relevant, real-time information
    Two screen captures show how you can use your Lotus Notes Inbox to collect widgets and wire them to text. Collect widgets Wire them to text, creating Live Text!
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • Build your solutions on Lotus Notes and Domino software Thousands of enterprises worldwide trust their core collaborative and business applications to Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Discussion databases
    • Community forums
    • Document storage and collaboration
    • Customer relationship management
    • Help desk and customer support
    • Human resources
    • Inventory management
    • Project management
    • Sales force automation
    • Product catalogs and price lists
    • Billing systems
    • Compliance tracking, audit and assessment
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  • Security-rich, business-process-driven applications that enable people to collect, organize, share and track information A premier platform for rapid application development
    • Comprehensive and open development environment
    • GUI-driven, point-and-click capabilities
    • Supplied templates require no coding
    • Support for developers at every skill level—Lotus, Java ™ and Eclipse software
    • Centralized administration for quick deployment
    • Component reusability saves time and increases responsiveness
    A screen capture shows the Schedule an Appointment feature in Lotus Notes software.
  • Lotus products are built on an open standards – based platform Help increase your agility and responsiveness with an open, plug-and-play architecture A graphic shows that Lotus Notes and Domino, Lotus Sametime, WebSphere Portal and Lotus Symphony software are built on Lotus Expeditor, which is built on an open standards–based programming model based on the Eclipse rich client platform. C:Documents and SettingsAdministratorDesktopSametime_Product_Icon_256x256.png Open standards–based programming model based on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP)
  • How do you optimize productivity when you need to access content in various back-end systems? This slide shows a picture of a man typing on a keyboard. His picture is surrounded by screen captures of various back-end applications.
  • Integrate multiple applications into one unified view This slide shows a screen capture of a Lotus Notes account details tab, with multiple applications consolidated into one view.
  • Build and deploy next generation composite applications
    • Streamlines employee workflow
    • Is easily customizable
    • Supports role-based deployment
    • Promotes application re-use
    • Supports multiple programming languages, including Lotus Notes, Java client and .NET applications
    • Leverages high value at an attractive cost
    Composite applications = mashups for business Web service Lotus Domino data Enterprise system Relational data “ The plug-in approach is also compelling from an IT standpoint. With relative ease, developers should be able to create plug-ins …” — Mike Heck, InfoWorld, August 23, 2007.
  • A screen capture shows a composite application in a Lotus Notes tab.
  • A screen capture shows a Lotus Notes Inbox with Lotus Connections tags, activities, bookmarks, blogs and contact profiles.
  • A screen capture shows a Lotus Notes Inbox with a Smart Assistant View.
  • A screen capture shows a contact information tab in Lotus Notes software.
  • A screen capture shows spreadsheet reports in Lotus Notes software.
  • A screen capture shows the Lotus Notes TeamSpirit function, with windows for project data and Google maps.
  • Thousands of IBM Business Partner solutions Lotus Awards 2008 logo The breadth and depth of Business Partner supporting Lotus Notes and Domino is impressive
    • Lotus Notes and Domino are supported by over 10,000 IBM Business Partners worldwide who have thousands of integrated solutions running on it
    • From 2006 to 2007, the number of IBM Business Partners delivering Lotus Notes and Domino solutions more than doubled
  • Enterprise application integration
    • Strategic joint offering from IBM and SAP
    • Provides access to SAP Business Suite data, workflows and business processes from the familiar IBM Lotus Notes client.
    • Provides contextual information for better decision making
    • Leverage existing investments in SAP applications and Lotus Notes.
    Lotus Enterprise Integrator
    • Designed to easily access and view data from multiple platforms within one Lotus Domino application
    • Server-based data access tool, providing data transfer and synchronization between Lotus Domino software and supported systems
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  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • Where are your employees? How do they want to work? Universal access—Be as productive as possible, regardless of location A group of photos shows how universal access allows employees to be productive from rich client interfaces, Web browsers and mobile devices, whether connected or disconnected from the network. Rich client Browser Mobile device Connected Disconnected
  • laptop Earth Choose from two client access options A screen capture shows the Lotus Notes rich desktop client.
    • IBM Lotus Notes software
    • Rich desktop client
    • IBM Lotus iNotes software
    • Browser-based client
    • Web application server
  • Deploy mobility support to employees who need it * Provided by IBM Business Partners, may require additional purchase. Basic push email support from IBM Lotus Notes Traveler Enhanced support provided by key IBM Business Partners* Browser access to email on Apple iPhone thru Lotus iNotes software mda mobilephone2 A screen capture shows the Lotus Notes Traveler interface This group of company logos includes R I M, Motorola, CommonTime, Sybase I Anywhere, Nokia and Visto.
  • Marketplace-leading replication technology Replicate e-mail and applications with data, logic and security controls for productivity online and offline
    • Synchronizes information across a distributed environment
    • Offers efficient hub-and-spoke server deployment and replication
    • Locally replicates the Lotus Notes client with the Lotus Domino server
    • Supports local network copies to help provide high availability and fast information access
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • The Lotus Domino server powers the Lotus Notes client From large enterprises to small and midsize businesses … BladeCenter S Chassis
  • Comprehensive, world-class security tools A trusted, proven, security-rich solution from a vendor you can trust
    • Leverages best practices
    • Uses a layered security model
    • Spans from user to document
    • Has never been host to a major e-mail borne virus
    “ It’s no coincidence that we haven’t heard of any major e-mail viruses circulating through Notes shops. Maybe that’s why the CIA – yes, the Central Intelligence Agency – is a Notes shop.” — Joyce Chutchian, editor, searchnetworking.com This graphic shows how the Lotus Notes client handles user authentication and network security over a local area network or wide area network Internet connection. The Lotus Domino server handles server and database security, and Domino database software handles design element security and document security. User authentication Server security Network security Database security Notes client Domino server LAN/WAN Internet Domino database Design element security Document security
  • Extended security capabilities with IBM Lotus Protector software 1
    • The Lotus Protector security platform is a currently planned integrated suite of security capabilities that would extend the Lotus Domino e-mail environment, protecting the information assets of an organization virtually everywhere in the messaging chain.
    1 Lotus Protector for Mail Security available today. Additional offerings based on IBM’s current product plans and strategy, which are subject to change by IBM without notice. This graphic shows the following components of the Lotus Protector security platform for Lotus Domino: Lotus Protector for mail security, Lotus Protector for encryption, Lotus Protector for archiving and compliance, and Lotus Protector for data loss prevention. Lotus Protector software Lotus Protector For Mail Security Lotus Protector For Encryption Lotus Protector For Archiving and Compliance Lotus Protector For Data Loss Prevention notesminder32b256px.png server_32b256px.png IBM Lotus Domino software
  • Flexibility and control for IT managers Lotus Notes Smart Upgrade
    • High scalability, reliability and availability
    • Ease of management
      • Proactive monitoring tools
      • Transaction logging
      • Server fault recovery
    • Powerful desktop management tools
      • Smart client upgrades
      • Server-managed provisioning
      • Role-based capability and application allocation
    This graphic shows the Lotus Domino 8 server tools that work with the Lotus Notes 8 client: Lotus Notes smart upgrade, component provisioning, and traditional and composite applications. Lotus Domino 8 server Lotus Notes 8 client Component provisioning Traditional and composite applications
  • Client and server platform flexibility Lotus Notes software works on the following platforms: Microsoft Windows X P, Windows Vista, Novell S L E D 10, Red Hat R H E L 5, Linux Ubuntu and Apple Macintosh O S.
    • Apple Macintosh OS
    • Ubuntu
    • Red Hat RHEL 5
    • Novell SLED 10
    • Microsoft Windows Vista
    • Microsoft Windows XP
    Lotus Notes software works on the following platforms: Microsoft Windows X P, Windows Vista, Novell S L E D 10, Red Hat R H E L 5, Linux Ubuntu and Apple Macintosh O S. Lotus Domino software works on the following platforms: Windows 2003, Windows 2003 times 64 edition, Novell S U S E Linux 10 (x86 and z), Red Hat R H E L (x86 and z), I B M A I X R H E L 5 (x86 and z), I B M A I X 5.3 and 5.4, Sun Solaris 10 and I B M i5/OS V 5 R 4.
    • IBM i5/OS ® V5R4 platform
    • Sun Solaris 10
    • IBM AIX 5.3 and 5.4 platforms
    • IBM AIX ® RHEL 5 (x86 and z) platform
    • Red Hat RHEL 5 (x86 and z)
    • Novell SUSE Linux 10 (x86 and z)
    • Microsoft Windows 2003x64 Edition
    • Microsoft Windows 2003
    Lotus Domino software works on the following platforms: Windows 2003, Windows 2003 times 64 edition, Novell S U S E Linux 10 (x86 and z), Red Hat R H E L (x86 and z), I B M A I X R H E L 5 (x86 and z), I B M A I X 5.3 and 5.4, Sun Solaris 10 and I B M i5/OS V 5 R 4.
  • Continued investment protection with IBM Lotus software This graphic shows how I B M Lotus software embraces new technologies while protecting your investment with backwards compatibility. Each release of Lotus Notes and Domino software has provided new and refined capabilities; yet each has remained compatible with all previous versions.
  • Agenda Collaborative business and marketplace trends Introduction to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software
    • Collaboration foundation
    • Collaboration in context
    • Advanced collaborative capabilities
    • Open application development
    • Universal access
    • Proven, reliable infrastructure
    The road ahead
  • The desktop of the future, today This slide shows how I B M Lotus Notes and Domino software can support the desktop of the future. Universal access can help users remain productive regardless of their location with rich clients, Web browsers and mobile devices. Collaboration in context can provide a seamless workflow. A collaboration foundation includes e-mail, calendar and contacts. Advanced collaborative capabilities include instant messaging, a personal content library and office productivity tools. The software supports fully extensible and standards-based open application development. And a proven, reliable, security-rich infrastructure can enable high availability and simple upgrades. Collaboration foundation E-mail, calendar, contacts Collaboration in context Seamless, uninterrupted workflow Advanced collaborative capabilities Instant messaging, personal content library, office productivity tools Open application development Fully extensible, standards-based Universal access Remain productive regardless of location Proven, reliable infrastructure Security-rich, high availability, simple upgrades laptop Rich clients Browser Untitled-4 Mobile mda mobilephone2
  • Delivering tangible business value with collaboration Enable disconnected and mobile workers, expanding your business coverage Realize potential cost savings by creating everyday presentations, spreadsheets and documents Improve employee productivity with real-time access to relevant business information and content Increase business flexibility with customizable, role-based applications Improve business responsiveness by cutting the time it takes to get answers and reducing phone time with integrated instant messaging
  • The opportunity to empower people has never been greater Lotus Notes and Domino 8 logos. With the right tools and resources, there is virtually no limit to what your people can do for your business.
    • Users:
    • Single, unified view for collaborating and communicating effectively
    • Developers:
    • State-of-the-art application development tools
    • Administrators:
    • Control of the desktop and the collaboration budget
  • NutraFlo Drives global business with a robust collaboration platform Lotus Notes and Domino Logo Challenge Relying on e-mail when working with teams around the world resulted in slow response times and version-control errors on business-critical documents. Solution IBM Lotus Notes 8, Lotus Domino 8 and Lotus Sametime software integrated with IBM Lotus Quickr team places creates a comprehensive global collaboration environment, transforming the in-box into an integrated workspace. Benefits “ With Lotus collaboration capabilities, we can better harness the value-added information that comes as a result of collaboration—and we can continue to stay on the cutting-edge of our industry.” — Eric Lohry, president, Nutra-Flo Company Industry: Industrial products URL: ibm.com /software/success/ cssdb.nsf/CS/CCLE-7C7VCH? OpenDocument&Site= Lotus Notes and Domino 8 software collects collaborative applications in a single customizable interface and conveniently groups communications, helping to improve staff productivity; Lotus Sametime instant messaging and Web conferencing help increase productivity; Lotus Quickr team places help increase accuracy and efficiency by means of centralized document libraries and version control while reducing the impact of large attachments on e-mail systems.
  • Celina Insurance Group Streamlines collaborative processes with agents to stay ahead of the competition Lotus Notes and Domino Logo Increase competitiveness against larger insurance carriers by integrating independent agents into business processes and providing superior services and support. Solution A collaborative extranet based on IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino, IBM Lotus Sametime and IBM DB2 ® software running on an IBM AS/400 ® server, which provides the ideal development and production environment for integrated, open standards – based applications that leverage the Web, foster collaboration and speed business processes. Benefits “ Because Lotus has helped us tightly integrate the agents into our business processes and collaborative environment, their lives are easier—that’s a competitive differentiator.” — Rob Shoenfelt, CIO, Celina Insurance Group Industry: Insurance URL: ibm.com /software/ success/cssdb.nsf/CS/CCLE-788MR9?OpenDocument&Site= wp&cty=en_us Challenge Policy turnaround times reduced from weeks to days by integrating and automating business processes; faster, better service to agents and their customers with integrated systems and real-time collaboration; being “easy to do business with” secures agent loyalty; 50 percent reduction in phone calls and costs due to instant messaging option, and 40 percent reduction in head count while maintaining the same volume of business due to streamlined processes.
  • Fundación BADAN Transforms Venezuelan healthcare with IBM and SAP Lotus Notes and Domino Logo To provide the latest generation of cancer medications at the lowest prices to patients across Venezuela, Fundación BADAN has expanded significantly, opening 12 new branches. Its existing IT infrastructure, designed for a smaller organization, was struggling to cope with the increased operational complexity. Solution IBM Global Business Services and ISF Alpiz helped BADAN design and deploy a solution based around the SAP for Retail solution portfolio and IBM Lotus Notes, running on two IBM System x3850 servers. The SAP software manages stock levels, human resources and finances across all 13 sites. Benefits “ The integration between Lotus and SAP ERP is a great example of how IBM and SAP technologies can interoperate to deliver value. The more we can automate, the lower our operational costs, and the more we can concentrate on our core business – delivering medicines to patients at the best possible price.” - Carlos Silva, CIO, Fundación BADAN Industry: Healthcare URL: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/STRD-7B3N69?OpenDocument&Site=wp&cty=en_us Challenge Elimination of manual processing through integration and automation has made it easier to acquire reliable information, and has reduced operational costs through the consolidation of data from different systems. Reports can be generated more rapidly, providing up-to-date information to managers and helping to improve operational efficiency, getting the right medications to more patients, more quickly.
  • IBM Office of the CIO Open, efficient communication and collaboration Lotus Notes and Domino Logo The IBM Office of the CIO needed to cost-effectively deliver global communication and collaboration tools in a security-rich and heterogeneous environment to a broad array of 450,000 IBM end users. At IBM, large, mobile, global teams are the baseline. Solution IBM implemented IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino 8, IBM Lotus Symphony and IBM Lotus Sametime software running on Microsoft Windows, Linux and Macintosh operating systems. Benefits “ Lotus Notes 8 [software] helps IBM users be more productive as individuals, connect to our networks of colleagues and focus on business value, all of which makes IBM a better company.” — John Walicki, open client architect, Office of the CIO, IBM Industry: computer services URL: ibm.com /software/ success/cssdb.nsf/CS/CCLE-7B7QUC?OpenDocument&Site= wp&cty=en_us Challenge Integrated collaboration tools help users connect efficiently, simplify workflows, save time and increase productivity; self-service features help reduce administration costs and let the business manage applications through policies that can help meet governance and controls needs; a platform for over- and under-provisioned users with a single client programming model offered through IBM Lotus Expeditor software helps reduce costs and provides an alternative to Microsoft software.
  • Gilbert Public Schools IBM Lotus Notes and Domino software earns high marks Lotus Notes and Domino Logo As a large and rapidly growing school district, the Gilbert Public Schools needed a scalable, reliable messaging infrastructure to support communications among staff in all its schools as well as cost-effective flexibility for future expansion. Solution IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino and IBM WebSphere ® Development Studio software running on an IBM AS/400 server and the Novell SUSE Linux operating system offered the district a stable messaging and collaboration platform with a convenient development environment and continuous backward compatibility between releases for preservation of existing investments. Benefits “ Because we use it so much throughout our district, the improved performance from Lotus Notes and Domino 7 [software] was a large benefit—and easily measurable in terms of both speed and reliability.” — Bill McKeen, system administrator, Gilbert Public Schools Industry: Education URL: ibm.com /software/ success/cssdb.nsf/CS/LWRT-77FPX6?OpenDocument&Site= wp&cty=en_us Challenge The flexibility to serve all users in a mixed environment and adapt as new needs arise; stable, highly available system performance; superior technical support and system management capabilities, allowing a single person to manage the messaging infrastructure for 52 schools.
  • ARPEL Dramatically lowers licensing costs and improves collaboration with a portal and mail solution from IBM IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Logo Reliance on e-mail to structure the publication of documents on industry issues led to versioning problems; lack of a document library limited access to information. Solution IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Version 7, IBM Lotus QuickPlace ® and IBM Lotus Sametime software running on an IBM System x ™ server and IBM WebSphere Portal Enable software. Benefits “ By relying on a complete platform from IBM, we’ve been able to eliminate our reliance on Microsoft Exchange. As a result, ARPEL has reduced its software licensing costs by as much as 50 percent. That represents a huge cost savings.” — Hernan Vázquez, IT Manager, ARPEL Industry: Chemical and petroleum, energy and utilities URL: ibm.com /software/ success/cssdb.nsf/CS/JFTD-6XJTSU?OpenDocument&Site= wp&cty=en_us Challenge At ARPEL, the move to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino from Microsoft Outlook and Exchange helps reduce software licensing costs by about 50 percent. Lotus Domino supports individual mailbox backup and restore, which represents a big advantage. The integration between messaging and portal software helps improve productivity. The portal facilitates collaborative content creation and streamlined publication of documents, and provides centralized access to published documents.
  • Cubist Pharmaceuticals Improving collaboration and streamlining clinical trial processes IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Logo The disparate set of systems Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was using to manage clinical trials could not scale to handle the company’s growth, resulting in a lack of process automation and standardization and an inability for employees to share critical information. Solution To move the trial oversight in-house, Cubist deployed Protocol Manager™, a robust clinical trial management system from IBM Business Partner Winchester Business Systems that is built on the IBM® Lotus Notes® and Domino® platform. Benefits “… we had to make sure we had a platform that could handle the increasing amount of trial management data that phase 3 clinical trials generate. And knowing that the solution was based on the highly scalable and industry-tested IBM Lotus Notes and Domino platform gave us that assurance.” – Ed Campanaro, Vice President of Clinical Operations and Data Management, Cubist Pharmaceuticals Industry: Healthcare, Life Sciences URL: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/cs/CCLE-7CY2QY?OpenDocument&Site=wp&cty=en_us Challenge Scalable platform will help Cubist support growth well into the future; automated workflow of key processes and standardization of forms and reports improves efficiency and allows workers to share information more easily; increased functionality helps Cubist reduce reliance on outsourcing, lowering overall costs; full offline functionality with easy synchronization.
  • Nic J. Theocarakis (NJT) – Greece’s national Nissan distributor Drives costs down, service quality up with dealer network built on IBM Lotus Domino IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Logo Nissan distributor Nic J. Theocarakis SA and its dealers had to rely on inefficient, error-prone phone and fax communications to transact business, and lack of standard practices impacted service quality. Solution NJT deployed a Web-based dealer network built on IBM® Lotus® Domino® and a Lotus Domino application package from IBM Business Partner e-On Integration SA, with IBM Lotus Sametime® for instant messaging and IBM Lotus Domino Everyplace® for wireless communications—all running on IBM System x™ servers. Benefits “ Of our 130 dealers, about 100 of them had different, local systems that couldn’t accommodate any of our standards. The Lotus Domino–based system we designed with e-On Integration enabled us to bring the whole network together and standardize processes.” - Michalis Moraitis, CIO, Nic J. Theocarakis SA Industry: Automotive URL: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/CCLE-7DJRKH?OpenDocument&Site=wp&cty=en_us Challenge Real-time information reduced turnaround time to deliver and fulfill car orders from 11 days to 7 days; central IT management reduced dealers’ IT costs by 69 percent and reduced overall IT costs to 0.21 percent of sales; standardized business processes, practices and procedures helped ensure consistent service quality; automated ordering helped enforce “first come, first served” car availability policy .
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