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Open Collaboration Client for Linux


Sorry I can't do this more justice right now, but did want to post the announcement made today with Novell at LinuxWorld around the open collaboration client:

The open collaboration client includes IBM Lotus Notes, IBM Lotus Sametime and the IBM productivity tools. In addition, IBM Lotus Connections, IBM Lotus Quickr and IBM WebSphere Portal can easily be added bringing social networking, team collaboration and portal capabilities to SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop. In addition, the server components required to support the open collaboration client are also available as one click install solutions and include IBM Lotus Domino and Lotus Sametime servers powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 from Novell.  


More details:
http://www.ibm.com/lotus/opencollabclientwithnovell
Infoworld:  IBM, Novell strengthen desktop, server ties


Comments

    1
    Carl Tyler | Website: http://www.iminstant.com | 8/8/2007 9:20:36 AM GMT

    I like the sound of this "In addition, the server components required to support the open collaboration client are also available as one click install solutions" but will believe it when I see it.

    Surely one click is the click to start it, so no click for accepting licensing agreement? I'll be happy to settle for 3 or 4 clicks.

    2
    Hynek Kobelka | Website: http://www.pylonware.com | 8/11/2007 10:52:38 AM GMT

    Sounds great and Live-CDs are a good idea to make trials more available and easier to setup.

    Now lets do this with Domino/SameTime+RTC-Gateway/Quickr/Connections as one preinstalled Live-DVD for the ultimate server trial server. :-))

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