IBM Japan offers free use of LotusLive during Earthquake/Tsunami recovery

Announcement from IBM Japan, here’s the translated version:

Northeastern Pacific Ocean earthquake countermeasures provide free LotusLive
March 14, 2011

Japan IBM (Hashimoto Takashi President, NYSE: IBM) is to support the rebuilding of northeastern Pacific Ocean Earthquake, “Earthquake Preparedness Program LotusLive northeastern Pacific Ocean off the free offer” to announce. The activities in the affected areas, organizations need a means of sharing information and e-mail (local governments, nonprofit organizations and philanthropic activities and charity work) to a subject in order to support our activities, Web browser only LotusLive available from today to start offering free use of three months for mail-enabled collaboration and organization.

“Earthquake Countermeasures program provides free LotusLive northeastern Pacific Ocean,” an overview of the following.

Recorded

Program:

Northeastern Pacific Ocean Earthquake Countermeasures Program provided free of charge LotusLive
Conditions and subject:

Organizations that require e-mail capabilities for information sharing and Disaster Relief Act applies in the region (local governments, nonprofit organizations and philanthropic activities and charity work)
Period:

Today, 31 July 2011 (application deadline until April 30 2011)
Application Procedures:

Below, please contact us by e-mail contact information.
Northeastern Pacific Ocean Earthquake Countermeasures Program provided free of charge receptionist LotusLive
 Email: sbcloud@jp.ibm.com

* IBM LotusLive information, please see the following URL.
https: / / www.lotuslive.com/ja/

Well done, IBM.

Stuart McIntyre is a Senior Strategist at Fostering Community Limited. He curates a number of product-focused news sites, is a lapsed podcaster, founded the Social Connections user group and regularly speaks at conferences and events. This blog represents his own slightly-eccentric and usually-controversial opinions!