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Limited introduction of DB2 as alternate data store
Major update to Domino Web Access
New incremental client features
Autosave, multithreaded views, better window state management
Protect Investments Simple upgrade, leverage existing applications, managed desktop Collaboration Beyond Email Calendar, instant messaging, team documents, editors, applications … Increase Business Agility Open, standards-based, extensible, platform flexibility Secure Your Information Control access, encrypt data, high availability
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Introducing Lotus Notes & Domino 8 Now Available!
Calendering & Scheduling Icon Email/Messaging Icon Enhanced performance Icon “… the most significant release of Notes in the last 10 years.” Peter Kelly, Burton Group " The Notes 8 interface looks really slick" Michael Osterman, Osterman Research “ When I show Notes 8 to people, they say, "Wow! That can't be Notes,'". The software's design, once very clunky, has been updated so that it's clean without being Web 2.0 trendy," John Head, PSC Group LLC / Computerworld Hayden Planetarium
built on Eclipse.org open standard -- enables composite applications
Extends existing applications
3 rd party
Fully extensible and customizable
Technical article – Extending the client with Eclipse : http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/library/notes8-mail/index.html?S_TACT=105AGX13&S_CMP=EDU Online course - Exploring new features in Lotus Domino Designer: https://education.lotus.com/rw/lewwschd.nsf/594045664318da9e80256cae00361321/0c3713cab1c266e9852572e50062eaab?OpenDocument
IBM Education Assistant – 10 lessons on composite applications: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/ieduasst/lotv1r0/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.iea.notes/notes/8.0b2/CompositeApps.html Online course - Developing composite applications: https://education.lotus.com/rw/lewwschd.nsf/594045664318da9e80256cae00361321/1b2076bd1f8a0469852572e500689ba3?OpenDocument Blog - Composite applications: http://www-03.ibm.com/developerworks/blogs/page/CompApps Combines components on-the-glass Think rich-client mashup What is a Composite Application?
All Lotus Domino 8 applications are Composite-App ready
Lotus Domino applications/elements can:
become components of new Composite Applications
be wired to non-Lotus Domino applications via new design features and tools
Create and edit business content within Lotus Notes
Suports multiple file formats
Embedded in Lotus Notes
No additional charge
September 10, 2007 – IBM JOINS OPENOFFICE.ORG COMMUNITY
“ The OpenOffice.org community today announced that IBM will be joining the community to collaborate on the development of OpenOffice.org software. IBM will be making initial code contributions that it has been developing as part of its Lotus Notes product, including accessibility enhancements, and will be making ongoing contributions to the feature richness and code quality of OpenOffice.org. Besides working with the community on the free productivity suite's software, IBM will also leverage OpenOffice.org technology in its products.”
Be Free. Work Smart. Introducing www.ibm.com/software/lotus/symphony
Optional, fee based phone support for enterprises
IBM Lotus Symphony ODF-Compatible Editors in Beta Today!
Lotus Domino Web Access 8 Look-and-feel closer to Lotus Notes