We are the Champions! CRN Names LotusLive “Best Cloud Application for 2009”
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We're floating on a cloud today as Computer Reseller News CRN) has named LotusLive “Best Cloud Application for 2009” in its annual look back at the year’s best products The review from the CRN team is glowing. Here is the excerpt:
Cloud Application: LotusLive
"If you had written off IBM's Lotus group for dead, you'd have been very, very wrong. Not only is IBM's Cambridge, Mass.-based software operation as feisty as ever, its adoption of the hosted model for its core products is actually giving it a major technical edge. Case in point: LotusLive. The CRN Test Center looked at, and liked, LotusLive Engage and LotusLive iNotes -- two hosted applications that bring collaboration and messaging to IBM's cloud in a significant and aggressive way. While rivals including Microsoft have made no bones about the fact that they will be players in the cloud space with its messaging, e-mail and collaboration, Lotus is there in a business-ready way right now. As enterprises begin what could be a long, measured transition from on-premise IT, to a hybrid model, to cloud computing, the full suite of LotusLive products gives the channel a way to get started right this minute." --Computer Reseller News
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LotusLive is part of the "SMS for Life "initiative. This is new solution developed by IBM, Novartis and Vodafone with the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, is helping to save lives using everyday technology to improve the availability of anti-malarial drugs in remote areas of Tanzania The initiative uses a combination of mobile phones, SMS (Short Messaging Service) technologies and intuitive web sites to track and manage the supply of Artemisinin-based Combination Therapy (ACT) drugs and Quinine injectables, both of which are key to reducing the number of deaths from malaria.
Its a beautiful thing when award-winning technology is put to good use to help save lives!