IBM LotusLive Expands with Business Tools and Services to Serve Growing Demand for Cloud Computing
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Have you heard? IBM has announced it is addressing the growing demand for business-focused collaboration by adding new tools and services, language support and pricing to its LotusLive cloud services, including integrated business products and services from UPS, Skype, salesforce.com and Silanis. IBM will also offer the first cloud service package combining social networking and email for business starting at $7. Click here to read the full press announcement on the LotusLive enhancements. Check out the new video to find out how easy it is integrate and work your applications using LotusLive. Talk with your customers, collaborate with sales times and finalize documents all from one single interface: LotusLive.
The LotusLive services are available in Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, English, Brazilian Portuguese, Dutch, French, German, Italian,
Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. That is a total of 15 languages to help you reach more than 18 million
users in 99 countries.
For information on the IBM LotusLive Partner Program -- including a no-cost, 365-day demo account for IBM
business partners, click here.
To help our Business Partners maximize their Cloud opportunities, check out the new Cloud Computing Resource Center on PartnerWorld. This helpful web page brings together new announcements, sale plays, collateral and financing options to help you get up to speed. Channel Insider has noted, "Most everybody in IT is talking about cloud computing, and a
number of companies — including major players like Microsoft, Google and
saleforce.com — are rolling out cloud offerings, but it's IBM that is
shooting to be top gun, focusing on cloud computing workloads and
partner ecosystems." To learn more, read the Channel Web article on the new partner services from IBM for Cloud.