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IBM Lotusphere 2011: Catch up on all ComputerWorld Canada

This year’s conference for IBM’s business collaboration technologies drew Lotus developers to Orlando, Flo., to hear about updates and new tools to the Lotus platform. Catch up on all our Lotusphere 2011 coverage:

At Lotusphere 2011, with the help of actor Kevin Spacey, Big Blue announces a Web version of Lotus Symphony and the Social Business Toolkit. How customer Royal Bank of Canada improved a dismal customer satisfaction rating with a new Web experience built atop Lotus

 
Big Blue commits to four major mobile platforms while acknowledging user device preferences and a fast-evolving device market. One Research In Motion exec explains the PlayBook has the foundational technology for Lotus apps

 
The Canadian-born general manager of Lotus software and WebSphere middleware spoke to ComputerWorld Canada about changing Lotus’s image, the role of collaboration in transforming business processes, and why Microsoft and Cisco just don’t get collaboration in the enterprise

 
VIDEO: At IBM’s annual conference for Lotus developers, we caught up with Canadians building collaboration products for the business. DLI.tools, GBS and Silanis Technologies share their view of the conference this year and what at the event surprised them

 
February 4, 2010

Cheerleading was at a minimum onstage with Alistair Rennie’s very subtle approach to trumpeting the past year’s successes and updates to the Lotus platform. Wasn’t the Lotus Knows campaign meant to raise IBM’s profile to be in line with its strategy?

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