Secure connection for remote users over and above SSL
For iNotes access, does not require additional client to be installed on the client
Can be used from any SSL capable browser
e.g. if you are not allowed to install the LMC client or no client is available for your device. Also available as clientless VPN Lotus Mobile Connect Public Web Address http://iNotes.myco.com Forms based login to IBM Mobile Connect Common LDAP for single sign-on (optional) HTTP Client Application (browser)
Network Topology – Configuration Examples Lotus Domino (8.0.x/8.5) with Lotus Notes Traveler service Sync and Mail server Windows-only initially HTTP/S protocol Firewall Single server Lotus Domino (8.0.x/8.5) with Lotus Notes Traveler service Sync server Windows-only initially Lotus Domino (7.0.2+) Mail server Any OS Multi-server Firewall HTTP/S protocol Firewall Firewall Lotus Notes Traveler Client Lotus Notes Traveler Client IBM Mobile Connect IBM Mobile Connect Trusted Domain DMZ Trusted Domain DMZ
Architecture IBM Sametime Environment Firewalll Firewalll Trusted Domain DMZ Initial devices supported BlackBerry (4.0+) Nokia series 60 Windows Mobile 2003 Windows Mobile 5 / 6 Managed Virtual Private Network IBM Mobile Connect (optional)
What if your device has no Sametime app installed
When even a PDA is too Heavy Lotus Notes on a (USB) stick -- came in Notes 7.0.2
Enables users to take their Notes experience with them on a USB stick.
Customer Profiles / Use Cases:
Satellite Office workforce
Workers that do not have laptops
Ready backup capability for Notes environment
Workers that want to take their “Notes” experience to other computers (hotels, customer site, remote office, etc..)
The Lotus Product Portfolio 2011 IBM Sametime LotusLive Meetings Unified communications and collaboration services WebSphere Portal Composite applications and integration services with 7 accelerators IBM Connections Social software for business IBM Quickr Collaborative content and team services Lotus Notes and Domino Mail, calendaring and rapid application development IBM Forms Pixel perfect, digitally signed forms IBM Lotus Symphony Free productivity tools for documents, presentations, and spreadsheets Lotus Expeditor Eclipse based Client-side integration which extends composite applications to laptops, desktops, kiosks and mobile devices IBM Mashups Easily remix content and uncover insights Lotus Protector Security services for e-mail SW as a Service / Cloud Computing
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