Mark Scapicchio 270000CV2J SCAPICCH@US.IBM.COM | | Tags:  archiving lotusphere soa bpm smarter_products informix cloudburst cloud mainframe support
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We're working feverishly to finish the December 2009 IBM Software Newsletter, scheduled to mail December 8 (next Tuesday). Just a few of the stories you'll find in December issue:
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Mark Scapicchio 270000CV2J SCAPICCH@US.IBM.COM | | Tags:  messaging collaboration domino lotus notes
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This recorded webcast explains how companies have upgraded their collaboration, brought down costs (by 30% or more, on average), increased ROI and improved productivity by upgrading to IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.
In one particularly compelling example, a company with 70,000 Notes users upgraded from Notes/Domino 6.5 to 8.5 and reduced its overall collaboration costs 22%, or $1.4 million annually, through reduced server, storage, operations and licensing costs. This doesn’t take into account the productivity gains realized through Notes/Domino 8.5's advanced collaboration capabilities – or the additional $23M that the same company saved by switching from Microsoft Office to Lotus Symphony.Register to replay the webcast here - it's a little over 55 minutes long but you can easily move through it at your own pace.
Mark Scapicchio 270000CV2J SCAPICCH@US.IBM.COM | | Tags:  work collaboration jam teamwork smart
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On September 16-18, 2009 IBM hosted the Smart Work Jam, an online forum where industry and university thought leaders, customers, Business Partners and IBMers worldwide discussed how people can work smarter together. Whether you attended or not, you’ll want to take a look at a just-released report that distills the results of the Jam – including nearly 5000 postings by 2000 participants – into a thought-provoking picture of the evolving, not-to-distant future of work. Read the wisdom of crowds regarding: