IBM mixes cloud computing and rseau social in its offer LotusLIve

February 23, 2009 at 6:55 am Leave a comment

Technology – the new solution D `IBM has accents of rseau social: Big Blue has sign a partnership with LinkedIn to make available give them its contacts on this rseau, directly since its tools Lotus Notes and LotusLive.

IBM multiplies the advertisements L `occasion of its large confrence Lotusphere which is held in Florida (18 – January 22): aprs launching D `Alloy, its tool dvelopp jointly with SAP, Big Blue has there prsent LotusLive, a unit D `tools Lotus (transport, file-sharing, collaboratif tool, confrence Web) low on the cloud computing, to facilitate the groupware and the division D `information within D `a rseau D `undertaken or with L `extrior.

Aprs the launching of BlueHouse in October 2008, IBM reinforces thus its offer D `tools collaboratifs by signing a partnership with the rseau social LinkedIn professional. Via LotusLive, the members of LinkedIn will be able to obtain news of their contacts and to post their profiles in the Lotus.


IBM intends to touch 400 million D `utilisateurs

Skype also left intgrante L `offers: to always leave the LotusLive tools, the customers D `IBM will be able to connect their Skype contacts and to communicate in VoIP mode, by crit or visioconfrence.

Troisime partner:, spcialist of the client relationship in mode Software ace Service (SaaS), which should use LotusLive to simplify the interactions between its customers and their contacts.

With these three partnerships, IBM espre to touch approximately 400 million D `users in the world. It prvoit also to allow them crer wiki to put on line their information on one or more subjects and to give accs their contacts these donnes.

Sold by module for each application (Meeting, Vents, Notes), LotusLive is available ds aujourd `today, either in the form D `a month’s subscription, or with the payment L `act factur the minute and by user connect.


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