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  1. 1. IBM Software Group Collaboration & Human Interaction September 2003 Uffe Sorensen Lotus Technology Group Executive - Europe, Middle-East & Africa © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  2. 2. IBM Software Group | Lotus software © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  3. 3. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Success of Notes and Domino 100 Millions of Users 80 Source: IDC and IBM reports 60 40 20 0 '92 '93 '94 '95 '96 '97 '98 '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 V2 V3 V4 V4.5 R5 ND6 ND6.5 Forms, Views + Agents + Framesets + TCO focus + Portal + LotusScript + HTTP/HTML + WebSphere support + JavaScript @language + ODBC J2EE + Sametime + Java integration + SOAP/XML + Admin TCO + Native RDB integration © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  4. 4. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Success of Notes and Domino 100 Millions of Users 80 Source: IDC and IBM reports 60 Notes/Domino upgrade to Notes 6.5.1 & 40 Lotus Workplace 6.5.1 20 0 '92 '93 '94 '95 '96 '97 '98 '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 V2 V3 V4 V4.5 R5 ND6 ND6.5 LWP7 ... Forms, Views + Agents + Framesets + TCO focus + Portal + J2EE + LotusScript + HTTP/HTML support components + JavaScript + WebSphere @language + ODBC J2EE + Sametime + Autonomic + Java integration features + SOAP/XML + Admin TCO + DB2 data + Native RDB store integration + Web Services © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  5. 5. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Platforms for Collaboration and Human Interaction © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  6. 6. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Collaborative Capabilities to Solve Business Problems Messaging … Sales Project Teams Calendar/Schedule … Issues Resolution … Response to broken supply chains Awareness Meetings Workplace Chat Document/Content Management … B2B Collaborative Contracts Workflow … Collaborative Store Selling e-Learning … Role based productivity workplaces People Finding … Training and being prepared Collaboration … … .. Application Integration © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  7. 7. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Workplace - The general idea … A workplace has an internal model that represents a user’s work • It holds things they work with Communication • plus things they work on ŸMail ŸCalendar • plus connections to people ŸChat ŸMeetings Documents ŸFavorites, subscriptions ŸEditing tools ŸFolders & categories Processes & LOB ŸTo-do list ŸForms ŸApprovals, routing, tracking ŸEtc … © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  8. 8. IBM Software Group | Lotus software “Smart Enterprise Suite” - The Lotus Workplace Dynamically integrated... §messaging §calendar and schedule §people finder §awareness and chat §team places §virtual meetings §document management §editors and viewers §threaded discussions §workflow §learning ... based on the context of your work © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  9. 9. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Functional Characteristics … Lotus Workplace Platform Applications Learning Center Document Center Team Center Templates Mail Center Portal Framework Common UI Mail & PIM Collaboration Doc Mgmt Dyn. Learning Work Flow And others... Calendar Unified Shared Content Content Calendar Unified Shared Content Content Buddy List Document Library View Workflow View Buddy List Document Library View Workflow View Picker Msging Screen Authoring Delivery Including Picker Msging Screen Authoring Delivery Extensions via Application Services 3rd Parties Calendar Mail Box Awareness App Share Document Library Learning Management Workflow Calendar Mail Box Awareness App Share Document Library Learning Management Workflow Organizational Modeling User Interface Storage and Content Workflow & Notification Organizational Modeling User Interface Storage and Content Workflow & Notification Common Elements Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Domino and/or WebSphere Application Server Cross Platform Runtime DB2, Web Services, LDAP © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  10. 10. IBM Software Group | Lotus software LWP v1.1 / 6.5.1 Plan Content (as of 08.22.03) Learning Center Web Conferencing Center Document Center Document Center Application Team Collaboration Center Centers Messaging Messaging Center WebSphere Portal Mail & PIM Collaboration Documents Dynamic Learning ŸMeeting Manager ŸMailbox ŸQuick Answers “JIT” ŸPresentation Meeting ŸCalendar ŸPDM Adapter ŸLearning Management ŸMembership ŸAddress book Application ŸPeople Finder ŸCourse Catalog ŸDiscussion Forum ŸTask List ŸLibrary Manager ŸContent Deployment ŸBuddy List Components ŸFederated Inbox ŸContent Delivery ŸAgenda Builder ŸThreads ŸProgress and Tracking ŸTeam Workflow List ŸFederated Search ŸReporting ŸMy Stuff ŸInferences ŸLearning Links ŸApplication Show ŸAccess Control ŸPresence Manager ŸUUID Generator ŸPolicy Enforcement Infrastructure ŸSecurity ŸWorkplace Search ŸConfig Model ŸMember Manager ŸRich Client Platform ŸVP Infrastructure ŸService Locator ŸBase Utilities Components ŸLicense Manager ŸNamed Collaborative Space ŸData Cell Manager ŸInternationalization ŸPolicy Manager ŸDesktop Integration ŸRich Client UI Comp ŸTemplate Infrastructure ŸInstall ŸSubscription & Notification ŸSIP Infrastructure ŸWorkflow WebSphere Application Server © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  11. 11. IBM Software Group | Lotus software WorkPlace Application Development Tools WorkPlace Designer §Easy visual way to assemble collaborative solutions and integrate them into business processes Applications Templates WebSphere Portal Work Document Mail & PIM Collaboration Learning Flow Repository Atlanta (common collab components) WebSphere Application Server © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  12. 12. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Simplified View of Developing Templates Portlets are developed … arranged into pages … wired together … saved as a template And later instantiated into a workplace © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  13. 13. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Virtualization of Workplaces WORKPLACE PLATFORM Portal Framework Mail & PIM Collaboration Doc Mgmt Dyn. Learning Work Flow And others... Calendar Unified Buddy Buddy Shared Document Library Content Content Calendar Unified Shared Document Library Content Content Workflow View Workflow View Picker Msging List Screen View Authoring Delivery Picker Msging List Screen View Authoring Delivery Including Extensions via Awarenes App Learning Calendar Mail Box Awarenes App Learning Document Library Workflow Calendar Mail Box Document Library Workflow s Share Management 3rd Parties s Share Management Organizational Modeling User Interface Storage and Content Workflow & Notification Organizational Modeling User Interface Storage and Content Workflow & Notification Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Extensions Domino and/or WebSphere Application Server DB2, Web Services, LDAP consistent user experience Notes 6.5 Client Web Browser Rich Client Mobile Client © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  14. 14. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Packaging Strategy quot;Software on Demandquot; §Design, build, test and support quot;one thingquot; - WorkPlace §Single deliverable drives focus and efficiencies ƒ Consistent UI ƒ Ease of support ƒ Solutions assurance §Flexible G2M ƒ Enable just the functions the customers needs - when the customer needs it © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  15. 15. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Messaging Users within Organization High Power Functionality Required Users Knowledge Workforce Advanced Users Office Workforce Baseline Users Deskless Workforce Low High Frequency of Use Low © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  16. 16. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Messaging Direction quot;Reinvented Mailquot; Knowledge Worker, Sr.Manager, Executive Knowledge Worker, Sr.Manager, Executive Tier 1: the Laptop user Tier 1: Extensive use of e-mail, to-do, contacts, C&S, and Extensive use of e-mail, to-do, contacts, C&S, and collaborative applications collaborative applications Mobility essential Mobility essential Notes Increasing functional Increasing functional Office Worker, Middle Manager Office Worker, Middle Manager requirements Tier 2: the Desktop user Tier 2: ND6.5 quot;7quot; quot;7+quot; Medium volume of e-mail, to-do, contacts, C&S, some Medium volume of e-mail, Notes collaborative applications collaborative applications Task oriented through portal Task oriented through portal iNotes Factory Worker, Shop Floor, Line Employee Factory Worker, Employee Tier 3: the DesklessFactory Worker user Tier 3: Low volume of e-mailLine Employee contacts Low volume of e-mail and personal contacts and personal Mainly information distribution Mainly information distribution Workplace Messaging © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  17. 17. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Lotus Notes 6.5 World-class messaging, collaboration and PIM capabilities helps integrate people with business processes • Gives users a single access point to their most valuable messaging, collaborative and personal information management (PIM) resources through the new Lotus Workplace for Notes welcome page • Integrates Lotus Instant Messaging functionality to provide presence awareness and enable users to initiate chats with colleagues— without launching a separate application • Maximizes responsiveness through follow-up function and visual indicators to show users when they’ve forwarded or replied to e-mail messages • Helps reduce total cost of ownership through minimal training requirements, end-user productivity enhancements and built-in management function © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  18. 18. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Lotus Domino Web Access 6.5 Browser-based access to Lotus Domino for messaging, collaboration and PIM capabilities helps integrate people with business processes • First-ever, end-to-end collaborative solution for Linux • Integrates Lotus Instant Messaging functionality • New features improve user productivity • Helps reduce total cost of ownership • Improved scalability and performance • Provides a security-rich environment – Encrypted mail © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  19. 19. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Lotus Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook: Rich Support for Microsoft Office customers seeking Outlook interface • Officially released with Notes Domino 6.0.2 – Higher scalability and lower resource use – Local PST file – Utilizes Microsoft Outlook iCAL support – Domino 6 – Support for Outlook 2000 and 2002 clients – Support for Outlook 98 discontinued – Personal Information Management functions • Pocket PC, PALM OS • New features – DOLS – client configuration – Server directory lookup – Mail delegation using single profile – Out-of-office agent – Password management © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  20. 20. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Notes/Domino 6.5 and mobile devices • Domino Everyplace – Wireless microbrowser access to Domino databases & applications – Wireless notifications and short message service (SMS) – Mobile application development tool • EasySync Pro – Desktop synchronization between handheld devices and Notes – Synchronizes e-mail, address book, calendar, journal, to do lists – Supports Palm OS & Pocket PC devices • Sametime Everyplace – Extendes Lotus Instant Messaging to mobile & wireless devices © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  21. 21. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Notes/Domino 6.5 and mobile devices (future) • WebSphere Everyplace Access for Lotus Domino – Server-based synchronization of email and PIM data – Can upgrade from WEA for Lotus Domino to full WEA product – Currently support Notes/Domino 6.0 • Notes/Domino 6.5 support coming in H1-2004 • Domino Unified Communications – Unified messaging based on Domino – Access multiple message types from Notes • Email, voice mail, and fax – Domino database stores all message types – Currently support Notes/Domino 6.0 • Notes/Domino 6.5 support coming in H1-2004 © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  22. 22. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Lotus Workplace Direction (Future) Productivity solution that augments Lotus Workplace and Domino-based messaging infrastructures to deal with today’s information overload. • Rich client experience built on Eclipse framework • Enhances Lotus Workplace Messaging and Notes • Offline support via SyncML • Productivity features: Federated inbox, threading, briefing view, deferred mail, federation of teamrooms and discussion databases • Targeted at overburdened knowledge worker – Upgrade for Notes user – Purchase option for LWM user – IM/presence (J2EE-based) integrated, but requires separate license • Pricing TBD © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  23. 23. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Lotus went to market as a group of products 2000 - 2003 Lotus Capabilities © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  24. 24. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Virtualization of Workplaces Lotus LOTUS WORKPLACE Workplace PLATFORM Platform Notes Client Web Browser Java Client Mobile MS Outlook And other 3rd party clients for Device Client Client a consistent user experience © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  25. 25. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Lotus Workplace Roadmap Integrating collaborative products SameTime LOTUS WORKPLACE PLATFORM Quickplace Discovery Svr Mobile Client Web Browser Java Client Notes Client … E-Learning Dom.doc Instant Messaging and Presence Document Management Notes Web Content Management Collaborative Learning Messaging and Calendar Workflow and Search E-Meetings Team collaboration Each appropriate for the Client tech capabilities and limits © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  26. 26. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Lotus Workplace Roadmap LOTUS WORKPLACE Integration of collaboration through Portal Domino Componentization for dynamic PLATFORM Delivery of collaboration Outlook Client Web Browser Mobile Client Notes Client Java Client Mobile Client Web Browser Notes Client Messaging Messaging Messaging Messaging Messaging Messaging Messaging Messaging Calendar Calendar Calendar Calendar Calendar Calendar Calendar Calendar Teamrooms Teamrooms IM/Presence IM/ Teamrooms Offline Client Offline Client Offline Client Offline Client IM/Presence Custom apps Presence Offline Client IM/Presence IM/Presence IM/ IM/Presence Doc Mgt Search IM/Presence Search Search Presence Search E-meetings WorkFlow Search WorkFlow WorkFlow WorkFlow Doc Mgt WorkFlow Doc Mgt Doc Mgt Collab apps Cust Apps Doc Mgt WCM WCM WCM E-Learning E-Learning E-Learning E-meetings E-meetings E-meetings Web teamspaces Web teamspaces Web Teamspaces Custom Apps Federated inbox Custom Apps Info mgmt © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  27. 27. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Lotus Workplace Roadmap Broad, Open, and Flexible New User Capability client support for customers 1H2005 + 2H 1H and 2004 2004 beyond -expand options Notes -Portlet Support for LW Team --ST, QP, Dom.doc Client Spaces, LW - iCal interop Web conferencing Web -Unified J2EE / -Group C&S Domino Portlet -Search, built-in Browser - Dynamic process viewers (J2EE) Client advances -Offline Mail -Annotations, Continued Java -Threading, brief awaiting response, Enhancements LOTUS Client view, federated full briefing view,etc WORKPLACE inbox, (Eclipse) PLATFORM Mobile -RT access to - WAP support Device email /PIM through - Sync Mail-PIM microbrowser - New Devices Client -Internet Mode (J2EE) -New Release MS - Group C&S support Outlook - iCAL interoperability -LWM delegation, - Cal delegation (Domino) Corporate mode Client support © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  28. 28. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Enterprise-Class Foundation with Lotus Workplace § Enterprise-Class Reliability, Availability, Security § Extends e-mail Reach Without “Rip and Replace” 4 Standards-based, cost effective 4 Interoperable with existing mail infrastructures and directories • Domino • Outlook/Exchange • Open standard SMTP networks § Choice of Tooling Framework that Best Targets IT Initiatives 4 Domino 4 J2EE § Real TCO 4 Federated account management across all collaborative applications 4 Auto-provisioning (patent pending technology) (J2EE capability) 4 No more need for directory synchronization 4 Control costs by paying for only what you need Same infrastructure that powers E-Bay! © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  29. 29. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Client Roadmap – Messaging Experiences 3Q/03 4Q/03 1H/04 2H/04 2005 Rich Client Notes 6.5 Notes 7.x Domino Notes 6.5.1 Notes continues Personal / Team and works with Personal Workplace Productivity “Adv. Messaging” Productivity Lotus Workplace Domino Web Domino Web Domino Web Browser Domino Access 6.5.1 Access 7.x Access 6.5 Access Unified Consistent user Portlet experience moving to LWM 1.1 LWM 6.5.1 LWM 7.0 J2EE single browser Outlook Domino Access for Domino Access for Domino Access for Client Domino MS Outlook 6.5 MS Outlook 6.5.1 MS Outlook 7.x Outlook client on user’s LWM 1.1 LWM 7.0 LWM 6.5.1 desktop works with Lotus J2EE (IMAP & POP3) Workplace Mobile WEA for Domino Domino (Access & Unified Sync) mobile from LWM 1.1 WEA LWM 6.5.1 LWM 7.0 Moving to single J2EE mobile client © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  30. 30. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Getting There: Deployment Decision Tree § Identify Functional Needs of User Communities • Map to Workplace Roadmap § Determine IT Priorities for • Open Standards Protocols and J2EE Tooling • Relational Databases for Collaborative Content • Portals and Web services • Corporate LDAP directory • TCO Goals • Need to sustain Notes / Domino Applications © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  31. 31. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Getting There: Client Coexistence and Interoperability Notes Clients New “Advanced Messaging” Client Outlook Clients Rich Clients •Spans both NSF and DB2 Data Stores • Standard mail protocol •Feature rich Domino plug-in •(1H04) Interoperability •Open standards protocols • “Portal Like” Interface support for J2EE server- 1H04 • (Now) Lotus Workplace Platform Domino J2EE Domino J2EE Reach / Thin Unified Portlet Notes and DWA Portlets Domino Web Access Clients Consolidated UI for either platform (J2EE – now, Unified - 2H04) © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  32. 32. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Getting There: Turn-Key Coexistence Interoperability by Design Interoperability •Auto-Provisioning Create Workplace Messaging Accounts Account Account Account Account from Domino Admin Console • Single Sign-On Between WAS and Domino Management Management Management Management •Open Standards Interoperability Messaging Messaging Messaging Messaging Integrate at any layer of mail hierarchy Services Services Services Services SMTP, HTTP, POP3, IMAP, SSL, iCal •LDAP Services for Domino Domino Directory LDAP Directory Domino Directory LDAP Directory Lets Domino directory serve both platforms •NSF to DB2 Database DB2 Database Database DB2 Database Built-in Mail and Calendar Data Migration Tools Workplace Messaging Domino © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  33. 33. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Getting There: Implementation at a Glance How to Determine What, When, and How 1) Validate Requirements 4 Features – target user needs that match product roadmap 4 Hardware – server and desktop requirements based on platform roadmap 4 Administration Utilities – Define needs for Security, archival or management tools 2. Training and Transformation Management 4 To introduce new relational database and Web server technologies 3) Implementation 4 Directory • Enable Domino LDAP service • Use Domino Directory Consolidator to present as one directory to Workplace • Define User attributes to describe who is authorized for each server § Account Provisioning • Setup unique user identifier • Use existing field in Person document – extract using agent • Determine what, if any, data to migrate 4 Integrating into Mail Infrastructure • Mail routing between LWM, Domino and Internet • Implement into SMTP backbone • Deploy flexibly into any part of the SMTP infrastructure © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  34. 34. IBM Software Group | Lotus software IBM Software Group | Lotus software Key Messages for Notes/Domino Customers § Notes/Domino is very much alive! 4 Notes is strategic client in Lotus Workplace -- one of the Lotus Workplace rich user experiences • Investment protection and TCO 4 Domino key component of Lotus Workplace Platform • Your messaging infrastructure continues to deliver the value, reliability, and security you count on • Your mission critical applications are protected • No rip-and-replace … it’s your choice whether and when to move to rich value of J2EE infrastructure … and we’ll help you get there 4 Roadmap of proposed releases/features focused on addressing customer requests and requirements § You should upgrade to the 6.5 release of Notes/Domino 4 Adds key productivity features for end users • IBM Lotus Workplace Welcome page • Tight integration of Sametime IM/awareness • Follow-up flags, reply/forward indicators, junk mail handling, more anti-Spam features • Domino Web Access feature parity with Notes 4 Gives you first steps of Lotus Workplace • Includes 20-user Sametime and Portal Express license 4 Continues to enhance ND 6.0 TCO story • Linux support on server and desktop • Improved monitoring and diagnostic data collection © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  35. 35. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Evolving Domino Applications • “Project” existing applications – Portlet Builders for Business/Admin functions to provide quot;automaticquot; portlet UI will work for a subset of the Domino applications – New capability within Domino Designer to generate portlets for existing applications • “Mine” existing applications – Expose Domino application objects and data in Workplace application model © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  36. 36. IBM Software Group | Lotus software “Projectquot; Domino Data from existing Notes/Domino applications • End user (power user) development of portlets using portlet builder technology – Enables access to Notes/Domino applications via click and point – Similar to building transaction portlets for SAP, Siebel, etc. – Incorporates integration features like Cooperative Portlets Click 2 Action capabilities • Portlet builder scans DB's for which user has access – Allows selection of either forms or views – Fields from those forms or views are selected, and automatically built into forms or tables – Can allow updates to data, but no field validation formulas, etc are run... so it is raw access to fields • UNDER 10 Min to build a new portlet © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  37. 37. IBM Software Group | Lotus software “Refacequot; current Notes/Domino applications using J2EE RAD • IBM is investing heavily in new RAD technology for J2EE application development – Portlets are a fundamental target of RAD efforts • The quot;Seoulquot; project brings many of the Domino Designer like development qualities to J2EE programming – Drag and Drop assembly – Scriptable actions/event view – Simplified application navigation - No J2EE artifacts need be seen – Palette of useful controls and assemblies (like those from the Domino tag library • Simplified backend data access for NSF based data allows full control over applications as you would have from Domino Designer – but, you are programming your UI in J2EE technology • Portlet component in a few hours, for J2EE developers © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  38. 38. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Lotus Workplace Products Will Package/License portions of the complete platform into targeted point products Customers can, but do not have to purchase entire Workplace platform Lotus Workplace Lotus Workplace Lotus Workplace Lotus Workplace Messaging Team Collaboration Advanced Learning Platform (full capabilities, tooling, etc) Focused, easy to get started Lotus Workplace Products © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
  39. 39. IBM Software Group | Lotus software Lotus Workplace An innovative new initiative for Collaboration & Human Interaction Thank You business on demand © 2003 IBM Corporation September 2003 | Uffe Sorensen | Collaboration & Human Interaction
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