Revival of Lotus Notes in Cloud

I hope that Notes technology will make a great come back. Seeing Notes (LotusLive Notes) in Cloud environment is a huge progress. Great article to read about Notes IBM Lotus Notes Takes a New Turn in its Long Historical Run

Singapore Airlines Turns to IBM to Empower Its Geographically Distributed Workforce

A good news for a change from  IBM in regards to the Lotus Notes technology.  For Lotus Notes sake, news like that need to be publicized and marketed with a bit more extend. IBM might need to learn from their competitors how to make a big news from a tiny event. ARMONK, N.Y., Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ :: Singapore Airlines …

Lotus Foundations Server for Citizen Schools

By Citizen Schools Citizen Schools, a non-profit organization that partners with middle schools to run after school and expanded learning time programs in Newark, today announced that it earned a Trailblazer Grant from IBM, enabling it to tap into the company’s innovative technology and related services at no charge. These IBM Trailblazer Grants help recipient …

Coca Cola Amatil moving from Lotus Notes to BPOS

Food and beverage giant Coca Cola Amatil (CCA) has dumped IBM’s Lotus Notes in favour of Microsoft’s Business Productivity Online Standard Suite(BPOS), in an effort to decrease commercial costs and to integrate collaboration across the company. Beginning the deployment process in March this year, CCA technology manager, Steven Meek, said there were many factors in …

Is IBM really a Worldwide Marketshare Leader in Social Platforms Software?

Just read the the IDC report states that worldwide revenue for the social platforms market reached $369.7 million in 2009 which is 55% up growth. According to the IDC, IBM is ranked #1 as over 35% of Fortune 100 companies have adopted IBM’s social software offerings, which include Lotus Connections, LotusLive Connections. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2si30EOtG8] read more…

IBM’s Lotus Foundation in Tanzania

Yes, IBM is expending its market share in Tanzania! Computer Assisted Telephony Systems (CaTS) is setting up an office in Tanzania to convert African world to use IBM Lotus foundations. Read more…