Social Collaboration and Mobility
We know that IBM is a large Infrastructure company and have already provide various software, tools and Server etc . But according modernization,people have no time to expend extra time in other field like marketing looking this situation IBM lunches Mobile Computing which have capability to solve time problem and easy to use. It's really pleasure for us and thanking all IBM's Research and Development Engineers.
Mobile software for collaboration
IBM Lotus Notes Traveler
Keep your users connected and productive with full-featured push e-mail for smartphones and tablets, while adhering to your important corporate policies and safeguarding sensitive corporate data. IBM® Lotus® Notes Traveler software is a no charge mobile offering for IBM Lotus Notes® and Domino® users.
IBM SmartCloud Notes
SmartCloud Notes provides security-rich, cloud-based service for email, calendaring and contact management – for mobile users, too.
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Dr. Angel Diaz, VP, IBM SWG Standards is the thought provider behind an article on the activities to ensure that the standards being developed for the Open Cloud are drivers by the User.
For an easy read, here is the link to the article - http://www.linux.com/news/featured-blogs/200-libby-clark/625143-ibms-angel-diaz-3-projects-creating-user-driven-standards-for-the-open-cloud.
OpenStack - http://www.openstack.org/
Cloud Standards Customer Council - http://www.cloud-council.org/
TOSCA - https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=tosca
Penning my thoughts specially for the IBM Tech Forum 2012 participants.
Worklight v5.0 .. there has been quite a buzz in developer community since it's release last month. So, what is it? Just another tool - nah! It's actually a platform that covers the mobile app development that includes app dev tools, app management tools, a dev environment and a standalone server to test apps.
There is a developer edition that's free to download to play with and get started. So, what are you waiting for? Probably, how to get started? For sure, there are hordes of links on the web to get you started with, though, here's a ready reckoner for readers:
All thoughts are of my own, and doesn't relate to IBM or any of it's intention. All copyrights are trademarks are of the respective owners.