Show a screenshot of the reports management functionality, with a bullet to the right summarizing this capability. Overlay a second screenshot showing the underlying functionality which can be accessed, and add two more key statements about this scenario in the bullet list. Need to make the point ‘online and offline’ on this slide. Use standard screenshot rotations with 15 degree perspective and under-shadow. I can capture these from the executive demos and do the fancy rotations and shading.
New Editors A new Eclipse-based LotusScript editor Libraries, agents... Save with Errors (or without, your choice) View the entire library at once, or function by function Class browser, content assist, automatic error reporting A new Java editor leveraging the Eclipse Java capability Java libraries/agents are Eclipse projects Code completion, code refactoring....
Mail federation – similar to cal federation Users have multiple e-mail accounts both work and personal, and must use different applications or interfaces to manage their inboxes Federated/aggregated e-mail accounts Easier way to subscribe to POP3 or IMAP e-mail accounts in Notes Notes e-mail as a launch point to get to all other e-mail accounts Internet e-mail, POP3 Ability to open each e-mail account in a separate tab Notes-like experience available for these e-mail accounts Demonstration
The Lotus Protector security strategy is represented by this simple chart. In one sentence, we're launching products that protect against the whole set of security challenges facing collaboration customers today. These typically are driven by external threats (such as spam and viruses) and regulatory/legal pressures (such as content control). Our unique differentiator is that, while everyone else treats this as an SMTP problem, we're doing all of this exclusively from the perspective of a Notes/Domino customer. This gives us an opportunity to create a more integrated and fundamentally better experience for our customers, by weaving the security capabilities seamlessly into the user and administrator experience. There are several distinct solution types needed to secure – even to deploy -- an SMTP e-mail system. Everyone needs a spam/virus filter, of course, as 90% plus of all e-mail traffic is now either spam, phishing, or malware. Not coincidentally, the first Lotus Protector product does just that, and it’s what we’re talking about today. But there are other needs that must be addressed as well. Encryption is a perpetual challenge, because SMTP doesn't define that kind of security. Various standards approaches (S/MIME, TLS) are so problematic that they suffer from low – often stalled -- deployment. At the same time, encryption is taken for granted by Notes users. Notes-to-Notes e-mail lets you apply security with a per-user or per-message setting, ensuring that the information is not intercepted or modified between sender and receiver. However, that’s only within the Domino system; regular Internet recipients are sent unencrypted (after a notification/warning to the sender). Our goal is to deliver an encryption system that extends Notes security, so it's a single experience for the user. Data Loss Prevention (sometimes called Data Leak Prevention), or DLP, is a growing area that we're also planning to address with Protector. With DLP, you can inspect content flowing between people, to ensure that no sensitive content leaves your organization, either intentionally or (as is most typical) inadvertently. You can log, warn, or block activities in real time. You get two big benefits: you gain visibility into where your sensitive data (confidential, personal, or regulated content) is going, and it trains your people to be careful about things. We're exploring this capability, again in the Protector Notes/Domino centric mode, as a product offering. Lastly, there's a bunch of categories that also fall into that bucket of &quot;things you need to run a modern collaboration system,&quot; and we continue to actively investigate there. We have a number of initiatives to improve archiving and eDiscovery. We're exploring things like virtual private networking (VPN) and Web protection as well. These things will be discussed as and when they are announced, but will follow the Protector theme of great security technology, optimized for IBM and Lotus customers. That leads us to the integration opportunities, and we have two distinct categories: vertical and horizontal. Vertical integration is where all Protector products gain maximum integration with Notes/Domino so that everything fits seamlessly into the experience for the user and administrator. Horizontal integration is where Protector products are aware of each other, and keep from getting in each other's way. A great example of this is encryption; as you bring that into the equation you start inhibiting your ability to inspect content for security purposes. Lotus Protector products take care of this, basically by sharing the Notes/Domino security context.
We have a very aggressive roadmap beginning with Lotus Protector for Mail Security 2.1. Released September 2, 2008, this first “yellow washed” release was about putting the Lotus UI on Proventia filter software, and creating a license type that works for Lotus customers and channels. We’re working on a number of enhancements for Version 2.5 in first half 2009. Here we’ll migrate from the current specialized hardware and Linux OS to a standard xSeries server and a standard Linux distribution, gaining performance for lower hardware costs, while simultaneously opening up integration/enhancement opportunities. We’ll do the initial wave of Notes/Domino integration, as well as full internationalization/translation. Early in 2010 we plan to ship our next full feature release, completing the transition to an integrated security appliance for Domino, supporting other Protector offerings, and extending security to other Lotus products.
Lotus Education maintains a comprehensive library of training for the entire Lotus software product portfolio. From WebSphere Portal to Notes Domino 8/8.5, to Quickr, Connections or Sametime, Lotus Education offers classes and events to accelerate skills development of an IT staff and end user community. Whether deploying new software or maintaining an existing environment, Lotus Education offers a broad range of offerings and training formats that support today's employee learning styles, schedules and budgets. New from Lotus Education is the IBM Multimedia Library for Notes……. providing customers with a cost-effective &quot;no-travel training&quot; Features more than 1,000 short video tutorials in 11 languages that focuses on key skills development for new Notes users, advanced users remote users, administrative assistants, and Help Desk support. Technical Conferences…….are dedicated to Collaboration and Portal business solutions, emerging technologies and technical strategies. Seminars…..offer a deep dive of technical best practices, delivered by our world class lab services consultants. Bookmark the lotus training website for more information. Thank you! End…….. Speaker Notes: LLudwicki
The IBM Multimedia Library for Lotus Notes can be delivered as a web-based solution or embedded into an employee’s Notes client. This Library is the largest multimedia solution library in the industry with more than 1,000 video tutorials in 11 languages.
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Consistent pattern of frequent Notes/Domino releases September, 2002: Notes and Domino 6 September, 2005: Notes and Domino 7 August, 2007: Notes and Domino 8 January 6, 2009: Notes/ Domino 8.5 September, 2003: Notes and Domino 6.5 October, 2006: Notes and Domino 7.0.2 February, 2008: Notes and Domino 8.0.1
Notes/Domino 8 upgrades ahead of historical trend
7. Transaction log improvements (up to 50% CPU reduction)
6. Domino Configuration Tuner
5. Domino Designer in Eclipse
4. Notes ID vault
2. Document compression (introduced in 8.0.1 as well)
1. Domino Attachment and Object Service (DAOS) + I/O improvements
Projected upgrade savings for one 70K user organization $1,430,206 in annual TCO savings (a 23% reduction) through centralization, server reduction and modernization of Lotus Notes and Domino Software.
Spectrum of IBM E-mail Offerings Current licensing approach continues: Rich client users entitled to use browser-based access (iNotes) Fully integrated and interoperable
Provide developers with a modern development tool IDE
Do for developers what Notes 8 did for end users
Improve usability and productivity
Address various developer pain points from previous versions
Attract new developers to the platform
The Web Has Never looked better
Allow developers to build attractive, modern web apps that leverage Web 2.0 technologies with less work
Provide means to incrementally update existing Domino Web applications
Report Management Give users information to make good decisions Travel Management Request, review and approve trip details quickly Leave management Manage vacation from your Notes calendar Alloy by IBM and SAP – Release date: March 17, 2009
Stock Toolbar Sidebar Panel Context Menu extension
Extending email and collaboration to mobile workers Email, contacts, agenda, presence, and instant messaging laptop Earth A screen capture shows the Lotus Domino Web access browser-based client. Zeta_Mail_Renata A screen capture shows the Lotus Notes Traveler interface
Lotus Notes Traveler updates
Nokia S60 Client updates (as part of 8.5.1)
Device security management
Encrypted email support
HTML/Domino email support
Samsung Symbian support
Blackberry RIM updates
IBM Lotus Notes Rich client IBM Lotus iNotes (formerly DWA) Web client IBM Lotus Notes Traveler and IBM Lotus Sametime ® Mobile Mobile client mda mobilephone2
Lotus Symphony is part of a long-term, key investment strategy by IBM
Promote use of ODF to help facilitate innovation in market
Long term: Advance IBM's position as market leader in new, dynamic models for document creation and manipulation
Breakthrough document manipulation experience Programmability for ISVs, extensible and open Cross integration with Lotus portfolio, first choice for office tools of Lotus users Usability, capability, stability, interoperability, deployability and platform support
“Lotus Symphony is the most polished of this particular pack of productivity suites.”
“Microsoft is not just overpriced – for most users it’s overkill. That’s why I’ve been increasingly recommending IBM Lotus Symphony, a rounded office suite that just so happens to be free.”
“With so many great products entering the Channel this year, choosing which ones could be deemed product of the year was not an easy decision. But our winners this year certainly stood out as the best of the best, and we congratulate all of our winners of the CRN Test Center product of the year award.”
MS Office Interoperability -- MS Office 2007 Support, VB Support
Code re-base to Open Office 3
ODF 1.2 Support
IBM Lotus Symphony – Roadmap (2009-2010) Symphony 1.3 Q2 2009 MS Office 2007 Support DataPilot Tables cont'd Enhanced LotusScript APIs Symphony 2.0 Q1 2010 OO 3.x code base ODF 1.2 VB Macro MS Office 2007 Support cont'd Symphony 2.x 2H 2010 VB Macro cont'd Solution Enablement Linked Value
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Extends Domino e-mail with new security and data protection capabilities
Protects/secures against Internet threats
Delivers enhanced content protection tools
Integrates with Notes and Domino UI & security model
Antispam & Antivirus Encryption Data Loss Prevention … Security Products
Roadmap Q3 2008 Lotus Protector for Mail Security 2.1 Capabilities, packaging, and release dates subject to change Q2 2009 Lotus Protector for Mail Security 2.5 Q1 2010 Lotus Protector for Mail Security 3.0
Initial Lotus release
6 th generation of core technology
IP Reputation Filtering
Appliance or VMware form factors
Standardized Linux platform
Uses standard xSeries hardware
Installs with other Protector gateway applications
Notes and Domino home page at http://ibm.com/notes or http://ibm.com/domino (plus advertising at http://ibm.com/lotusnotes )
Notes 8 training materials at ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/notes
Notes/Domino 8.5 now available at ibm.com/lotus/notesanddomino
Access all Notes/Domino-related bloggers at www.planetlotus.org
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Technical Training Lotus & WebSphere Portal Software Conferences Technical Seminars Gain insight into critical business issues and emerging technologies October – San Diego – WebSphere Portal Technical Conference Local language delivery of field tested solution best practices
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Individual clips can be “drip fed” to employees via e-mail to prepare for a product rollout or upgrade.
Clips include step-by-step text instructions
Can be embedded right into the Notes client
A comprehensive collection of more than 1,000 Lotus tutorials and video clips showing users how to perform essential tasks.
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