Lotus Notes Client Family Strategy, Features, and Futures  <ul>Jason Dumont Program Director for Messaging & Collaboration...
 
Agenda <ul><li>Client Strategy
What's New in 8.5.2
What's Planned for 8.5.3
ND Next, IBM Project Vulcan & Beyond
Resources  </li></ul>
Lotus Notes and Domino ®  software  The flexible and comprehensive collaboration solution laptop Untitled-4 the client the...
01101.png Solution Delivery Strategy On Premise / Appliance premise.png Cloud / Off Premise cloud.png Hybrid Integrating m...
Agenda <ul><li>Client Strategy
What's New in 8.5.2
What's Planned for 8.5.3
ND Next, IBM Project Vulcan & Beyond
Resources  </li></ul>
<ul><li>Easy to use UI
Many new features to increase personal productivity
Instant Messaging (Sametime 8)
LiveText & Widget Integration
Overlay Calendar and iCal Support
Free Lotus Symphony productivity tools integrated
Integration with Lotus Connections social software
Open plug-in model (Eclipse)
Freedom of choice for client platform (Win, Mac, Linux)
Application development based on latest Java platform technologies (XPages)
Significant TCO savings with Domino 8.5.x </li></ul>Notes 8.5.2 today:  Smart & Integrated Collaboration Examples of key F...
Notes Mail – new capabilities  <ul><li>Set a default font for mail
Sort Inbox </li><ul><li>By type of message (email, calendar, to do)
By Last name, First name </li></ul><li>Forward a message from the Trash folder </li><ul><li>No need to restore first </li>...
More signature options </li><ul><li>Can now use rich text in addition to plain text and HTML/image </li></ul></ul>
Notes Mail – more preferences <ul><li>Show details in an email
Always get a return receipt
Close an email after forwarding or replying to it  </li></ul><ul><li>Start with preview pane collapsed
Hide icon pop-up help (works in all Mail, Calendar and Contacts) </li></ul>
Notes Mail – usability improvements <ul><li>Retain folder status (open/closed) when restart Notes client
Easier to find groups when addressing an email
Easier to tell which archive you have open
F4 and Shift+F4 function usage </li><ul><li>Click F4 to move to the next unread message.
Click Shift+F4 to move to the previous unread message </li></ul><li>“HTML Size” MIME setting fixed at 12 </li><ul><li>Ensu...
Notes Calendar – New Capabilities <ul><li>View teamroom calendars on a mobile device
Add private iCal feeds to your Notes calendars
View rooms and resources on your calendar
View calendar entries by category </li></ul>
Notes Calendar – Usability Improvements <ul><li>Retain calendar pane status (open/closed) when restart Notes client
Better handling of Facebook calendar entries
Calendar times change to match OS timezone
Meeting subject changes are reflected in Rooms and Resource reservations
Offline calendars automatically update at midnight
Different options when repeating meeting falls on a “weekend” </li><ul><li>Uses “Days in work week” preference (weekend is...
Notes Contacts <ul><li>Switch to Contacts
Make a contact or group private
Send someone a group or location document
Recent Contacts enhancements </li><ul><li>Do not add cc or bcc recipients to Recent Contacts
Better management of name/email address changes in Recent Contacts
Ability to block/remove email addresses from Recent Contacts that match a pattern </li></ul></ul>
Other Notes User-focused features <ul><li>Go to different folder/view but keep the same message selected </li><ul><li>Hold...
Opening a document or a different folder/view in an application
Replying or forwarding with attachments
Sending a message
Deleting single or multiple documents </li></ul><li>Replication/synchronization is multi-threaded
Lotus Connections integration – invite to network </li></ul>
Examples of more plug-in extension from Partners Salesforce.com: Manage your opportunities CRM where you need it TripIt: Y...
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  • The goal of Lotus Notes and Domino is to provide organizations with a flexible and COMPREHENSIVE collaboration solution. This includes… A Proven, relative infrastructure built on IBM Lotus Domino. It’s security-rich, highly available, and highly scalable. We have customers deploying hundreds of thousands of Lotus Notes seats. We value investment protection with simple upgrades and backwards compatibility. Plus, you have choice and flexibility in HW and SW operation systems to deploy in the environments that make the most sense to you. Collaboration in context: Context is a key differentiator for collaboration tools. Contextual collaboration allows you to access the tools and resources you need within the context of the task at hand – so you’re presented with the choices and information you need, when you need them. No more flipping between applications. Closing one application before opening another. Less copy &amp; paste. Your workflow become seamless, uninterrupted. It just makes sense. And, it increases your effectiveness. The foundation of an effective collaboration solution, of course, includes e-mail, calendar and contact management. That is a given. The Lotus solution is intuitive, easy to use and feature rich. Version 8 included a major refresh to Lotus Notes UI, while keeping the familiar Lotus Notes format, to provide a modern, Web-like look &amp; feel. Context sensitive toolbars, conversation threads and collaboration history help increase employee efficiency. Advanced collaborative capabilities include capabilities beyond email, and often included with Lotus Notes and Domino at no additional charge. They are plugged-in or integrated in context to provide you with additional tools to increase productivity and effectiveness. Such items include integrated instant messaging and presence awareness, a personal content library, productivity tools for document/spreadsheet and presentation creation, RSS feeds, and widgets to name a few. These tools help you think, and reach, outside of your inbox! Built on an open-standards based platform, Lotus Notes and Domino provides a fully extensible, rapid application development environment. Our customers have thousands of mission critical collab and business apps built on the Lotus Notes and Domino platform. Customers can also create and deploy composite applications, also called business mashups, that integrate content from multiple backend systems into a single, intuitive user interface. Universal access allows your employees to remain as productive as possible regardless of location. Rich client (Notes), browser (DWA), and mobile device (Traveler and BP solutions) client access support provides the flexibility employees need to connect wherever they are. Plus, replication support for offline access allows employees to remain productive even when disconnected.
  • Benefits on Premise Perpetual licensing model Allows for advanced customization Managed by IT dept/new releases self-managed All data resides local and inside the firewall Appliance solution: easy to install &amp; maintain for distributed sites Benefits On Line Subscription pricing model (ex. per seat per month, per transaction, flat monthly fee) Software updates applied by provider Architecture maintained by provider Multi-tenant or private cloud environment Multi-tenant: little customization; standard SLAs Private Cloud: deep customization; negotiated SLAs Best Use Cases On Premise When customer requires deep customization &amp; integration with other business applications (SAP) When customer has low bandwidth/highly distributed When customer requires full functionality Best Use Cases On Line When customer does not want to sustain IT responsibility When customer can segment user community When customer needs to deploy quickly
  • The principles of Project Vulcan drive the choices, user experience and capability which we are building These in turn enable Exceptional Work Experiences through a number of specific results and directions shown here Productivity increases through being able to act from a consistent interface and by leveraging analytics to provide improved attention management and filtering Example: common homepage has a range of capabilities including river of news and embedded experiences Get up and running faster via cloud delivery of services, zero-install clients and services and capabilities which fit together more smoothly Example: security blueprints we&apos;re implementing across our products Compose your optimal solution through independence of delivery models and modular integration and consistency across services Example: first-class web and mobile clients Leverage open standards and consistent extensibility across products and delivery models to reduce the cost and increase the value of a wide range of extensions Example: SAML, OAuth and OpenSocial among others
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    1. 1. Lotus Notes Client Family Strategy, Features, and Futures <ul>Jason Dumont Program Director for Messaging & Collaboration Client Strategy IBM Collaboration Solutions </ul>
    2. 3. Agenda <ul><li>Client Strategy
    3. 4. What's New in 8.5.2
    4. 5. What's Planned for 8.5.3
    5. 6. ND Next, IBM Project Vulcan & Beyond
    6. 7. Resources </li></ul>
    7. 8. Lotus Notes and Domino ® software The flexible and comprehensive collaboration solution laptop Untitled-4 the client the server 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 Rich clients Browser Mobile & Tablet On-line/ Off-line mda mobilephone2
    8. 9. 01101.png Solution Delivery Strategy On Premise / Appliance premise.png Cloud / Off Premise cloud.png Hybrid Integrating mash-up.png Connecting connect.png Communicating 4icon1.png web.png people1.png people2.png Messaging cal.png file.png mail.png title_1
    9. 10. Agenda <ul><li>Client Strategy
    10. 11. What's New in 8.5.2
    11. 12. What's Planned for 8.5.3
    12. 13. ND Next, IBM Project Vulcan & Beyond
    13. 14. Resources </li></ul>
    14. 15. <ul><li>Easy to use UI
    15. 16. Many new features to increase personal productivity
    16. 17. Instant Messaging (Sametime 8)
    17. 18. LiveText & Widget Integration
    18. 19. Overlay Calendar and iCal Support
    19. 20. Free Lotus Symphony productivity tools integrated
    20. 21. Integration with Lotus Connections social software
    21. 22. Open plug-in model (Eclipse)
    22. 23. Freedom of choice for client platform (Win, Mac, Linux)
    23. 24. Application development based on latest Java platform technologies (XPages)
    24. 25. Significant TCO savings with Domino 8.5.x </li></ul>Notes 8.5.2 today: Smart & Integrated Collaboration Examples of key Features
    25. 26. Notes Mail – new capabilities <ul><li>Set a default font for mail
    26. 27. Sort Inbox </li><ul><li>By type of message (email, calendar, to do)
    27. 28. By Last name, First name </li></ul><li>Forward a message from the Trash folder </li><ul><li>No need to restore first </li></ul><li>Save emails as .eml files
    28. 29. More signature options </li><ul><li>Can now use rich text in addition to plain text and HTML/image </li></ul></ul>
    29. 30. Notes Mail – more preferences <ul><li>Show details in an email
    30. 31. Always get a return receipt
    31. 32. Close an email after forwarding or replying to it </li></ul><ul><li>Start with preview pane collapsed
    32. 33. Hide icon pop-up help (works in all Mail, Calendar and Contacts) </li></ul>
    33. 34. Notes Mail – usability improvements <ul><li>Retain folder status (open/closed) when restart Notes client
    34. 35. Easier to find groups when addressing an email
    35. 36. Easier to tell which archive you have open
    36. 37. F4 and Shift+F4 function usage </li><ul><li>Click F4 to move to the next unread message.
    37. 38. Click Shift+F4 to move to the previous unread message </li></ul><li>“HTML Size” MIME setting fixed at 12 </li><ul><li>Ensures mapping is consistent as text is converted between email format </li></ul></ul>
    38. 39. Notes Calendar – New Capabilities <ul><li>View teamroom calendars on a mobile device
    39. 40. Add private iCal feeds to your Notes calendars
    40. 41. View rooms and resources on your calendar
    41. 42. View calendar entries by category </li></ul>
    42. 43. Notes Calendar – Usability Improvements <ul><li>Retain calendar pane status (open/closed) when restart Notes client
    43. 44. Better handling of Facebook calendar entries
    44. 45. Calendar times change to match OS timezone
    45. 46. Meeting subject changes are reflected in Rooms and Resource reservations
    46. 47. Offline calendars automatically update at midnight
    47. 48. Different options when repeating meeting falls on a “weekend” </li><ul><li>Uses “Days in work week” preference (weekend is no longer assumed to be Saturday and Sunday) </li></ul></ul>
    48. 49. Notes Contacts <ul><li>Switch to Contacts
    49. 50. Make a contact or group private
    50. 51. Send someone a group or location document
    51. 52. Recent Contacts enhancements </li><ul><li>Do not add cc or bcc recipients to Recent Contacts
    52. 53. Better management of name/email address changes in Recent Contacts
    53. 54. Ability to block/remove email addresses from Recent Contacts that match a pattern </li></ul></ul>
    54. 55. Other Notes User-focused features <ul><li>Go to different folder/view but keep the same message selected </li><ul><li>Hold down the Ctrl key, and click the folder/view you want to open </li></ul><li>No interruptions during server failover </li><ul><li>Creating a new e-mail, calendar entry, or to do item
    55. 56. Opening a document or a different folder/view in an application
    56. 57. Replying or forwarding with attachments
    57. 58. Sending a message
    58. 59. Deleting single or multiple documents </li></ul><li>Replication/synchronization is multi-threaded
    59. 60. Lotus Connections integration – invite to network </li></ul>
    60. 61. Examples of more plug-in extension from Partners Salesforce.com: Manage your opportunities CRM where you need it TripIt: Your personal concierge You are always organized for your next trip LinkedIn: The professional network The power of professional networking on your desktop Tungle: “What time is good for you?” Meetings made simple Grow the return on investment with increased productivity through plug-ins and applications!
    61. 62. IBM Lotus iNotes - Connect to Domino from Anywhere <ul>Organizations choose the deployment method that best fits their needs: The Lotus Notes rich client, Lotus iNotes, or both! They're each included with a CAL. </ul><ul>IBM Lotus iNotes </ul><ul><li>As simple as launching a browser
    62. 63. Connect from any computer
    63. 64. Low-cost deployment
    64. 65. Consistent UI with Lotus Notes
    65. 66. Utilize your existing kiosks, computers and Domino infrastructure </li></ul>
    66. 67. Lotus iNotes Modes - Optimized Access Based on User Needs <ul>Ultra-light </ul><ul>Full </ul><ul>Lite </ul><ul><li>Mobile device/Touch optimized
    67. 68. Simpler interaction model </li></ul><ul><li>Flagship experience
    68. 69. Provides maximum capabilities
    69. 70. Integration to Lotus portfolio
    70. 71. Includes side preview
    71. 72. Supports keyboard navigation </li></ul><ul><li>Streamlined feature set
    72. 73. Fast initial load
    73. 74. Downloads less code to browser </li></ul>
    74. 75. <ul></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5 UI Framework </ul><ul>Day-At-A-Glace” calendar view in the sidebar </ul><ul>Search </ul><ul>Sametime Contacts </ul><ul>Conversation threads </ul><ul>Horizontal and vertical preview pane options </ul><ul>Integrated Chat and Awareness </ul><ul>Quickr Integration </ul><ul>Easily add Widgets </ul><ul>Work Tabs </ul>
    75. 76. <ul></ul><ul></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5 Feature Highlights </ul><ul><li>New ultra-Ajax full mode UI Framework introduced (tabs, sidebar, console, ...)
    76. 77. New calendar views
    77. 78. Widgets
    78. 79. Quickr integration
    79. 80. Overlaid calendars
    80. 81. Policy integration and preference lock down
    81. 82. Spell check on send
    82. 83. View MIME message header
    83. 84. Ultra-light: check names, read encrypted messages
    84. 85. Much more... </li></ul>
    85. 86. <ul></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.1 Feature Highlights </ul><ul><li>Improved type-ahead available in all modes
    86. 87. New options for adding signatures to mail
    87. 88. Unread count on folders
    88. 89. Preview pane actions
    89. 90. Scroll hints
    90. 91. Faster message read form
    91. 92. Updated archive preference and support for Archive policies
    92. 93. Calendar footer </li></ul>
    93. 94. <ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.1 Feature Highlights </ul><ul><li>Improved IBM Lotus Quickr preferences
    94. 95. Notes ID Vault synchronization
    95. 96. Document data prefetching option
    96. 97. Customization deployment improvements forms85_x.nsf
    97. 98. Ultra-light: View management actions, respond to invitations, address picker
    98. 99. Much more... </li></ul>
    99. 100. <ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.2 – Updated Support Information </ul><ul><li>International Languages (full, lite, ultra-light) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Language & Bidirectional preference </li></ul></ul><ul><li>New browser support </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Full and Lite </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Firefox 3.6 on Windows/Mac/Linux
    100. 101. Internet Explorer 8 on Windows
    101. 102. Safari 5.x on Mac </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Ultra-light </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Firefox 3.6 for desktop (accessible mode req. 3.5) </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>New Operating systems supported </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Full and Lite </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Windows 7
    102. 103. Mac OS X 10.6 </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Ultra-light </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Apple iPhone/iPod touch – iOS 3.0.x, 3.1.x and 4.0.x
    103. 104. Apple iPad iOS 3.2.2 (this version of firmware is not available for iPhone/iTouch)
    104. 105. Android OS 2.1.x on WVGA resolutions </li></ul></ul></ul>
    105. 106. <ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.2 – Mail </ul><ul><li>Updated new message forms </li></ul><ul><ul><li>New message, reply to and forward forms updated to reflect new Ajax UI
    106. 107. Asterisk appears in message tab to show that form is active and tab title updates to reflect message subject (in real time)
    107. 108. Updated inline spell check bar now available for full mode as well as for lite
    108. 109. Configuration setting to prevent creation of new message when users are over quota limits
    109. 110. Performance improved to save you time
    110. 111. Improved insert image dialog </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Mark subject confidential </li></ul><ul><ul><li>New Delivery Options feature </li></ul></ul>
    111. 112. <ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.2 – Calendar </ul><ul><li>Calendar Invitation </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Easily add Sametime meeting information to invitations
    112. 113. Sametime meeting definitions are shared with Notes client
    113. 114. Support for Sametime 8.5 meetings as well as other internal and external types </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Calendar Preferences </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Specify days in work week
    114. 115. Select a secondary calendar
    115. 116. Both new calendar preferences can be controlled using Notes INI variables </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>iNotes_WA_CalViewWorkDays
    116. 117. iNotes_WA_AltCalendar </li></ul></ul></ul>
    117. 118. <ul></ul><ul><li>New Ajax web interfaces
    118. 119. Sametime Links (StLinks) Java applet no longer required!
    119. 120. 8.5.2 Tech Preview </li></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.2 – Sametime 8.5 Integration </ul><ul>Rich Chat </ul><ul>Business Card </ul><ul>Updated Contact List </ul><ul>Awareness in View </ul><ul>http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus/downloads/inotes_sametime_proxy.html </ul>
    120. 121. <ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.2 – Ultra-light mode </ul><ul><li>Android OS 2.1.x on WVGA resolutions </li></ul><ul><li>Apple iPad support </li></ul><ul><li>BiDi enablement </li></ul><ul><li>Firefox 3.6 for desktop (accessible mode requires 3.5) </li></ul>
    121. 122. <ul><li>MSI package for iNotes Web Controls </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Pre-install optional control to desktops </li></ul></ul><ul><li>New policy to show or hide sidebar after login </li></ul><ul><li>Redirector improvements to assist intelligent load balancers locate mail file replicas </li></ul><ul><li>LotusLive Notes web – Cloud delivery iNotes/Domino offering (next slide) </li></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.2 – Even More... </ul>
    122. 123. Agenda <ul><li>Client Strategy
    123. 124. What's New in 8.5.2
    124. 125. What's Planned for 8.5.3
    125. 126. ND Next, IBM Project Vulcan & Beyond
    126. 127. Resources </li></ul>
    127. 128. What's Planned for the Notes Client Near Term Notes Mail Improvements <ul><li>** Improved sorting on Subject ignoring specific keyword list, default includes Re: and Fw:
    128. 129. Improve search by sender/subject </li><ul><li>Provides a new option to search by sender or subject when right clicked on email. </li></ul><li>** Added a remove signature option and improved the signature UI </li></ul>** Indicates change to existing default behavior
    129. 130. What's Planned for the Notes Client Near Term? Notes Mail Improvements <ul><li>Enhanced new mail notification which displays subject and allows contents to be opened </li><ul><li>New mail hover selectable using preference
    130. 131. Upon receiving new mail pop up displays in the lower right hand corner
    131. 132. Can pin display by grabbing and dragging </li></ul></ul>
    132. 133. What's Planned for the Notes Client Near Term? Notes Contact & Calendar Improvements Notes Contacts Improvements : <ul><li>Additional controls included for populating Recent Contacts </li></ul>Notes Calendar Improvements: <ul><li>Adminp improvements for calendar documents around user renames </li><ul><li>User renames are performed in everyones mail file </li><ul><li>No longer just in the renamed users mail file
    133. 134. Not limited to “mail files”, will work for custom applications </li></ul><li>User renames occur in several areas: Database ACL, Calendar Profiles, Color Coding Profiles & all C&S documents
    134. 135. No longer relies on the “Modify all Names fields” advanced ACL setting </li><ul><li>Process all databases with “HAS_CALENDAR” set </li></ul></ul></ul>
    135. 136. <ul><li>Provide an option to leave the countered meeting on your calendar </li></ul><ul><li>The default for the option to leave a countered meeting on your calendar is preference and/or policy controlled. </li></ul>Countered meetings show: <ul><li>At the time the meeting was scheduled for
    136. 137. As a unique color
    137. 138. With hover text indicating the new proposed time
    138. 139. With all invitee actions still available, in case invitee wants to modify response </li></ul>What's Planned for the Notes Client Near Term? Notes Calendar Improvements ** Planned Counterproposal Improvements ** Indicates change to existing default behavior
    139. 140. <ul><li>Invitee list updates and autoprocessing enhancements
    140. 141. Preferences/policies now exist to turn on invitee list updates and autoprocessing information updates </li></ul><ul><li>Updates can be sent to all invitees when invitees are added or removed </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>This would behave just as any other informational field on a meeting
    141. 142. To maintain data, this results in multiple updates being sent for some repeating cases </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Once a meeting has been accepted, any non-time changes can automatically be applied on arrival </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Removes the need to select 'Update Calendar' from the inbox or open the meeting to update it
    142. 143. Does not apply to meetings that are not yet accepted when update arrives
    143. 144. Does not apply to reschedules which must be accepted/declined and not be autoprocessed
    144. 145. Alleviates the user experience of multiple updates sent when invitees differ across a repeat meeting </li></ul></ul></ul>What's Planned for the Notes Client Near Term? Notes Calendar Improvements
    145. 146. What's Planned for the Notes Client Near Term? LotusLive Notes Improvements Enhancements in support of LotusLive Notes : <ul><li>Improvements to Client-Server transactions & better network toleration which includes an analysis of current transactions and reduction, or combination, where possible to improve network latency issues that the user might experience
    146. 147. Selective policy enforcement based on machine </li><ul><li>Ability to target specific policy settings at specific machine configurations allowing different settings based on machine or environmental characteristics </li></ul></ul>Single Sign-On Improvements : <ul><li>Provides SSO support for Standard Notes Client components like Connections, Sametime, etc </li><ul><li>Includes any 3rd party plug-in application by leveraging Integrated SPNEGO authentication on Windows clients via Kerberos or NTLM </li></ul></ul>
    147. 148. What's Planned for the Notes Client Near Term? Notes Quality Improvements Continued solidification of 8.5.x functionality <ul><li>Mac usability improvements for e-mail gestures: Drag one or grouped files to the Notes icon on your dock and a new mail message will be created with those files attached
    148. 149. Connections business card improvements
    149. 150. Geographic and time zone information will be displayed in the business card
    150. 151. Support for some Sametime Standalone plugin_customization.ini settings that allow configuration of the business card
    151. 152. Additional OS Support </li><ul><li>RHEL 6.0 Desktop , Citrix XenApp 6.0, and enhanced 64-bit toleration for Windows </li></ul><li>Embedded component version upgrades to be available “in-the-box” for Notes </li><ul><li>Sametime 8.5.1 (previously included 8.0.2 version)
    152. 153. Symphony 3.0 (previously included 1.3 version) </li></ul></ul>
    153. 154. What's Planned for iNotes 8.5.3 - Productivity Enhancements (*) <ul>In Mail ... </ul><ul><li>Maintain current document focus on sort and search
    154. 155. Delivery Option: Do not expand personal groups when sending messages
    155. 156. Improved sorting on Subject (Ignore prefixes such as “Re:”) </li></ul><ul>In Calendar... </ul><ul><li>Support for all calendar alarm preferences
    156. 157. Improved auto-processing of calendar notices/updates </li></ul><ul>(*) The information on future product features is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on future product features is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on new product features is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion </ul>
    157. 158. What's planned for iNotes 8.5.3 Continued Deployment Improvements <ul><li>Larger default font size
    158. 159. Sametime 8.5.2 Ajax proxy Integration </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Awareness
    159. 160. Rich chat
    160. 161. Updated contact list
    161. 162. Business card </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Policy updates </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Support for per-user customizations
    162. 163. Policy-controlled Sametime 8.5.2 Ajax Proxy Web client integration </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Browser updates </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Firefox 4 and Internet Explorer 9 support
    163. 164. Safari 5 interoperability with browser native XSS protection
    164. 165. Chrome 12 </li></ul></ul>
    165. 166. What's planned for iNotes 8.5.3 Ultra-light Enhancements (*) <ul><li>Improved operation on wider range of devices
    166. 167. Alternate name support
    167. 168. Remote image filtering
    168. 169. Configuration setting to prevent access to attachments
    169. 170. OS support updates
    170. 171. Browser support updates </li></ul><ul>(*) The information on future product features is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on future product features is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on new product features is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion </ul>
    171. 172. Agenda <ul><li>Client Strategy
    172. 173. What's New in 8.5.2
    173. 174. What's Planned for 8.5.3
    174. 175. ND Next, IBM Project Vulcan & Beyond
    175. 176. Resources </li></ul>
    176. 177. Social Business Reinvents Relationships “ Exceptional Web Experience” “ Exceptional Work Experience” Peer to Peer Business to Employee Business to Business Business/Government to Customer/Citizen Employees interacting with self-forming, distributed teams (peers, customers, partners & suppliers), as a company overall (communities incorporating customers & partners around innovation) reducing the friction of work. Customers interacting with other customers and company representatives (efficiently, via social tools), with the company overall (driving brand awareness & revenue growth) Provide access any time, any device via Cloud, on premises or a hybrid model based on open standards Open & Optimized Delivery
    177. 178. Project Vulcan Blueprint Enables Open Application Model Increased end-user productivity Flexible solution selection Accelerated deployment and updates <ul><ul><ul><li>Simplified collaboration environment integrating messaging, social collaboration, unified communications, and applications </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Attention management, social analytics features
    178. 179. Flexible user access options (mobile, web, desktop) </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Choice of delivery models for key functions
    179. 180. Choice of capabilities based on loosely coupled modular architecture </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Hybrid delivery
    180. 181. Thin clients
    181. 182. Standardized integration framework </li></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Inclusive application model
    182. 183. Open foundation technologies
    183. 184. Increased standardization and reuse </li></ul></ul>
    184. 185. Plans Notes/Domino “Next” <ul><li>Expected release in 2012
    185. 186. Design builds & betas targeted for 2H 2011
    186. 187. First delivery of some N/D “Next” capabilities expected in 2011 via LotusLive
    187. 188. Base principles: </li><ul><li>First delivery of “Project Vulcan” vision
    188. 189. Web and mobile as first-class user experiences
    189. 190. Accelerate time to value; significant improvements of Notes client consumability
    190. 191. Harvest administrative and operational tools developed for LotusLive into on-premises version of Domino
    191. 192. Further Notes/Domino application development relevance for developers and ISVs </li></ul></ul>
    192. 193. Notes/Domino “Next” Conceptual objectives <ul><li>Continuity </li><ul><li>Shortening time-to-value and to leverage innovative capabilities
    193. 194. Leverage LotusLive to reduce the administration cost for Domino servers
    194. 195. Continue to leverage N/D as critical business tool; carry forward and evolve Notes apps </li></ul><li>Convergence </li><ul><li>Direct path to cloud with familiar user experience, easy interactions with installed clients
    195. 196. Support expanding use of web/mobile devices as primary/only client </li><ul><li>Provide exceptional U/X at lower cost with a rich, consistent set of capabilities </li></ul></ul><li>Innovation </li><ul><li>Improve end-user productivity by aggregating essential information and providing pivots for projects, topics, people and goals
    196. 197. Enhanced task management tools to quickly take action and move on
    197. 198. Leverage integrated collaboration services (on or off prem) to interact more effectively
    198. 199. Leverage social information to further improve collaboration with stakeholders </li></ul></ul>
    199. 200. Consistent Context <ul>Easy access to the people you work with </ul><ul>Integrated navigation </ul><ul>Work more efficiently through a completely integrated user experience that brings information to you through aggregation and embedded experiences </ul>
    200. 201. Integrated Home Page <ul>Mail widget for Inbox access </ul><ul>Calendar widget </ul><ul>Enterprise Newsfeed </ul><ul>Filtering controls. </ul><ul>Become an expert user faster due to a single look-and-feel, home page, river of news and common components across services, products and deployments </ul>
    201. 202. Attention Management and Analytics <ul>Active people and topics filtering </ul><ul>Work smarter via analytics and attention management capabilities to automatically filter incoming information, track personal and organizational trends and provide highly relevant recommendations of people and content </ul>
    202. 203. Embedded Experiences <ul>Embedded experiences ease transient interactions with content within mail and other applications </ul><ul>Enables you to work faster and smarter by enabling rich in-context editing and actions in a few clicks from wherever you are </ul>
    203. 204. Collaborative Editing Experience <ul>Collaborative editing experience </ul><ul>Collaborate anywhere and with anyone through ubiquitous social capabilities, the integration of cloud-based services, and collaborative document editing </ul>
    204. 205. Mobile Optimized Access <ul>Default mobile home page </ul><ul>Mobile enterprise newsfeed </ul><ul>Always have access to all of your collaboration services, contacts, river of news and information directly from your mobile device through first-class mobile-specific apps </ul>
    205. 206. <ul>Lotus iNotes “Next” — Future Thoughts (*) </ul><ul><li>Tighter portfolio integration (IBM Project Vulcan) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>OneUI, embedded experiences, CK editor, unified business card, common navigation
    206. 207. Connections Files integration </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Upgraded/simplified Calendar Entry and Notice Form </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Greatly improved busy time scheduler widget and improved performance </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Offline/Local archiving usability improvements (+ Mac support)
    207. 208. Search across both mail file and archives
    208. 209. Google Chrome support </li></ul><ul><li>OpenSocial gadgets integration, Live Text
    209. 210. Sidebar extensibility and interaction with main content </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Add actions, react to events (selected entry or document open) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>System tray notifier for new messages and alarms
    210. 211. Secure attachment viewing, integration to Web-based document editors
    211. 212. Better Domino XPages application integration
    212. 213. Evolving the iNotes modes (see next slide) </li></ul><ul></ul><ul></ul><ul>(*) The information on future product features is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on future product features is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on new product features is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion </ul>
    213. 214. <ul>Lotus iNotes “Next” — Mail </ul><ul>Embedded Preview Experience </ul><ul>Dark UI – Updated Styles, Fonts, Icons, Spacing </ul><ul>Navigation Bar – Integrates Better with Portfolio Services </ul><ul>Widgets Sidebar Panel - Google Gadgets - Drag & Drop </ul><ul>Simplified Dates </ul>
    214. 215. <ul>Lotus iNotes “Next” — Live Text </ul><ul>Embedded Preview Experience </ul><ul>(*) The information on future product features is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on future product features is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on new product features is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion </ul>
    215. 216. Lotus iNotes “Next” — Calendar View <ul>Simplified Entry Colors </ul><ul>Dark UI – Updated Styles, Fonts, Icons, Spacing </ul><ul>(*) The information on future product features is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on future product features is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on new product features is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion </ul>
    216. 217. Lotus iNotes “Next” — Calendar Forms <ul>New Scheduler Widget - Dynamically drag time - Checkboxes to add/remove - Similar to Notes </ul><ul>New Simplified but Expandable Layout </ul><ul>Add room expands to provide entry field. </ul><ul>New Invitation Form “ You are available at this time“ Simplified and Expandable </ul>
    217. 218. <ul>Embedded Experiences </ul><ul>User can download the file or preview the file directly from their mail </ul><ul>Notification that this document was updated </ul><ul>User can see latest comments and add additional comments </ul><ul>No longer need to open message and then click on a link to get the actual document or updates </ul><ul><li>Gives direct access to service-specific capabilities/experiences right within Mail </li></ul>
    218. 219. P r o j e c t V u l c a n 2010 Lotus Notes 8.5.2 supports LotusLive Notes <ul><li>Broaden the reach of the Notes client </li></ul>LotusLive Notes Tighter LotusLive Notes integration Mac OS 10;6, RHEL 5.4, Windows 7 LotusLive Notes supported via Lotus Notes Traveler iPhone/iPad support (OS 3.X, iOS4) Traveler support for Linux Mail, calendar, & contacts improvements Quickr Connectors enablement Notes 'seamless' failover capability Post-8.5.2: Android support (4Q ) Lotus Notes Feature Release supports LotusLive Notes Simplified deployment Improvements in multi-user deployments of the client Convergence Notes/iNotes UI – greater alignment UI , programming model, Additional mobile device support Integration of adjacent email capabilities Improved UI/navigation Enhanced integration with Lotus portfolio Maximize experience for hybrid experience (on premises / cloud) Vulcan Capabilities Embedded experience Open Social integration Widgets in iNotes Etc Social Mail Introduction Improved Email Notifications Note: Information is subject to change without notice at IBM’s discretion Lotus Notes Feature Release supports LotusLive Notes Continuity Experience extends across Lotus portfolio solutions: Sametime, Connections, Quickr, Convergence Delivers unified collaboration experience across rich, web and mobile clients Innovation Social Mail, Social search and analytics across the collaboration environment New Opportunities Domino applications, extensive use of widgets and mashups technology, and HTML5 for richer user experience. Notes MR Notes MR 2012 2014 Notes MR Reflects new LotusLive Notes content for inclusion in a future Notes/Domino feature release Lotus Notes 8.5.3 supports LotusLive Notes <ul><li>Broaden the reach of the Notes client </li></ul>LotusLive Notes Improved search and sorting Improved calendar updating Enhanced new mail notification More signature options Connections Business Card Improvements Recent contacts improvements LotusLive Security & SSO improvements LotusLive policy enhancements RHEL 6.0 Desktop , Citrix XenApp 6.0, and enhanced 64-bit toleration Sametime 8.5.1 & Symphony 3.0 2011
    219. 220. <ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.x (*) </ul><ul><li>Increased default font size
    220. 221. Improved sorting on subject
    221. 222. Improved auto-processing of calendar notices/updates
    222. 223. Pivoting on selected entry in view on sorts
    223. 224. No expansion of Personal Groups
    224. 225. Ultra-light: Alternate name support
    225. 226. IE 9.0
    226. 227. FF 4.0
    227. 228. Chrome 12 </li></ul><ul></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.1 </ul><ul><li>Read message performance improvements
    228. 229. Recent collaboration type ahead list
    229. 230. Notes HTML signatures
    230. 231. Unread folder count/Inbox refresh
    231. 232. Preview pane actions
    232. 233. Scroll hints
    233. 234. Web style search
    234. 235. Ultra-light enhancements: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Mail management
    235. 236. Accept/Decline meetings
    236. 237. Signatures
    237. 238. New date and address pickers
    238. 239. Auto timezone detection
    239. 240. Quick contact entry </li></ul></ul><ul><li>ID Vault and policy integration
    240. 241. Improved server archiving UI and policy/criteria support
    241. 242. Multilingual UI
    242. 243. Portal/Widget programmability
    243. 244. Customization improvements
    244. 245. SPNEGO </li></ul><ul><li>IE8, FF 3.5, Safari 4
    245. 246. Windows 7 (FP1) </li></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5 </ul><ul><li>Managed tabs/sidebar framework for full mode
    246. 247. Improved calendar views
    247. 248. Message recall
    248. 249. Initial policy driven feature enablement
    249. 250. Ultra-light mode – mobile, accessible browsers
    250. 251. Quickr integration
    251. 252. Extensions via Widgets
    252. 253. Google calendar overlay
    253. 254. LtpaToken2
    254. 255. FIPS-140 Encryption
    255. 256. DAOS </li></ul><ul><li>Safari browser </li></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes 8.5.2 </ul><ul><li>Edit message performance improvements
    256. 257. Sametime 8.5. Meetings information integration in Calendar form
    257. 258. Ultra-light </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Android support
    258. 259. iPad support
    259. 260. Bidi enablement </li></ul></ul><ul><li>New Sametime 8.5 Web Awareness, Chat, Contact List, and Business Card integration (tech preview only)
    260. 261. MSI Package for Web Controls
    261. 262. LotusLive Notes integration
    262. 263. FF 3.6, Safari 5 </li></ul><ul>Lotus iNotes “Next” (*) </ul><ul><li>Exceptional Web Experience & Productivity Improvements
    263. 264. “ Social Mail” capabilities
    264. 265. Client performance design improvements
    265. 266. Implement customer-critical Notes feature gaps
    266. 267. Expanded LotusLive Notes support and service integration
    267. 268. ” IBM Project Vulcan“ related initiatives
    268. 269. Greater mobile browser feature set and additional mobile devices/platforms
    269. 270. Offline / Local archiving improvements
    270. 271. Policy driven Notes widgets and “Live Text”
    271. 272. Improved Extensibility/Customization
    272. 273. iNotes Componentization
    273. 274. Single Sign-on improvements
    274. 275. Continued accessibility improvements
    275. 276. Secure attachment viewer
    276. 277. iNotes OpenSocial Gadget
    277. 278. System tray notifer for new mail and alarms </li></ul><ul>2010 </ul><ul>201? </ul><ul>Lotus iNotes Feature Roadmap </ul><ul>2009 </ul><ul>(*) The information on future product features is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information on future product features is for informational purposes only and may not be incorporated into any contract. The information on new product features is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion </ul><ul>2011 </ul>
    278. 279. Agenda <ul><li>Client Strategy
    279. 280. What's New in 8.5.2
    280. 281. What's Planned for 8.5.3
    281. 282. ND Next, IBM Project Vulcan & Beyond
    282. 283. Resources </li></ul>
    283. 284. Resources <ul><li>Lotus Notes & Domino wiki </li></ul><ul><ul><li>www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Lotus Notes & Domino Home Pages </li></ul><ul><ul><li>www.ibm.com /notes & www.ibm.com /domino </li></ul></ul><ul><li>ibm.com/lotus </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Customer case studies
    284. 285. Downloads </li></ul></ul><ul><li>LotusLive Notes </li></ul><ul><ul><li>www.lotuslive.com/notes </li></ul></ul><ul><li>OpenNTF </li></ul><ul><ul><li>openntf.org </li></ul></ul>
    285. 286. Resources <ul><li>Lotus iNotes – Feature matrix, product overview and collateral </li></ul><ul><ul><li>www.ibm.com/lotus/inotes </li></ul></ul><ul><li>IBM Red Books & Red Papers - www.ibm.com/redbooks </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Lotus Domino Web Access Admin & Deployment Redbook
    286. 287. Lotus Domino Web Access Customization Paper </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Lotus Developer Domain – www.lotus.com/ldd </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Lotus iNotes 8.5 Articles </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>iNotes Performance and Scalability Papers </li></ul></ul>
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