LotusLive Tungle integration – a demonstration

Taken from the new LotusLive page ‘Integrated Apps Demo: Tungle‘: See how Tungle connects with your existing calendar, right from your LotusLive dashboard, to help you schedule meetings inside and outside your ogranization. flowplayer(“player”, “http://lotusliveblog.com/video/flowplayer-3.2.5.swf”, { clip: { autoPlay: false, autoBuffering: true }, plugins: { // load one or more plugins controls: { // load […]

LotusLive 1.3 – What’s New? video

Taken from the new LotusLive wiki article ‘Video: What’s New in LotusLive‘: Welcome to a new release of LotusLive. This video shows new and enhanced features, including: Enhanced navigation A new feature called Communities that replaces Groups Updates for Activities, People, Files, Meetings, and Forms Two new integrated apps: Tungle and Vondle Live Updates to […]

Erik Vos: LotusLive becomes a Social Platform

A guest post by Erik Vos of Real Connections (a LotusLive partner based in the Netherlands). As of this last weekend, LotusLive has released significant new functionality, with a lot of User Interface improvements. In short, LotusLive has become a social platform – let me explain why. 1. Communities 2. Tagging of Profile 3. Screen […]

LotusLive 1.3 Announced

First of a series of posts today in a week that is of massive importance – when the LotusLive suite matures into a true social collaboration platform. Today, LotusLive 1.3 has been announced by IBM: IBM LotusLive 1.3 delivers new features, additional language support, and integration of third-party applications Overview IBM LotusLive 1.3 provides cloud-delivered […]

New LotusLive overview video

I think this ticks the boxes – mentions the LotusLive products by name, shows the products in action, short and to the point. Good job, Colleen and the team!

Three good reasons to consider LotusLive over the Microsoft alternative?

Microsoft BPOS suffers significant outages – August 23rd, September 3rd and September 7th… Microsoft (MSFT) apologized to customers of its hosted software services for businesses after at least three outages over the past few weeks. “We aspire to deliver quality services, and in the last couple of weeks, we have fallen short of this aspiration,” […]

Online document editing coming soon to LotusLive and Lotus Symphony via eXpresso

Now, this is exciting news… Real-Time Document Collaboration for IBM LotusLive eXpresso is embarking on a special project to provide real-time document collaboration inside IBM LotusLive Powered by eXpresso’s award-winning document collaboration, users can open and edit shared Lotus Symphony or Microsoft Office files directly in their browser. You never have to leave LotusLive or […]

Interesting new LotusLive Engage case study

Another useful case study/reference for IBM LotuslIve Engage in the UK: Azlan, the enterprise division of Tech Data Corporation, is a leading value-added distributor of enterprise technology solutions in Europe. The company employs more than 590 people, operates in 16 countries, and has developed a network of more than 8,000 resellers that sell hardware and […]

LotusLive update from the E2.0 conference

Here’s IBM’s update regarding the LotusLive product-set at this year’s Enterprise2.0 conference: At this year’s “Evening in the Cloud” session at Enterprise 2.0, IBM will showcase how it is helping businesses stay connected and remain competitive with tools from LotusLive, IBM’s public cloud collaboration services. At last year’s Enterprise 2.0, LotusLive was voted the winner […]

LotusLive Plugin now available for Lotus Symphony 3 Beta

The latest beta of the new release of Lotus Symphony (version 3, based on OpenOffice 3 code) was released this week – it features a huge number of improvements, not least a big increase in speed.   Alongside the new beta, IBM has also issued a new Plug-in, the LotusLive Connector: LotusLive Connector : Links […]

Comparing Lotuslive Connections and Lotus Connections

It’s not just IBM’s nomenclature that confuses folks when it comes to looking at on-premise (sorry Bob!) vs. cloud collaboration applications, it is often difficult to compare the services that are included, the licensing options (users vs. CPU for example) and the suitability for including users outside the organisation. Phil Salm has put together a […]

LotusLive iNotes now features 25GB storage for every user

When the LotusLive iNotes cloud-based messaging service was announced back in September 2009, it provoked significant coverage from the media and analysts.  The general consensus seemed to be that the service itself was impressive, and the price was extremely competitive ($3 per user per month).   However a number of the restrictions on the base […]

Based in Russia? Want to find out more about LotusLive?

Are you based in Russia, or more specifically, Moscow? Want to find out more about LotusLive?  This half-day event could be just what you need: IBM LotusLive: Smarter collaboration in the cloud This half day briefing introduces cloud computing and explains how Software as a Service (SaaS) is part of this initiative. IBM has developed […]

Introducing the LotusLive Bundle

The LotusLive Bundle – Webmail and collaboration tools you need to get work done – all in one easy bundle. More details available at http://lotuslive.com/bundle – prices start at just $7 per user per month.

Lotus launches bundled cloud-based messaging and collaboration – LotusLive Plus

News from LotusLive today: LotusLive, a cloud-based portfolio of social networking and collaboration services designed for business, now includes a new LotusLive Plus offering based on LotusLive iNotes and LotusLive Connections. This new offering is perfect for companies who need collaboration and messaging capabilities such as: File sharing Instant messaging Activities (project management) Surveys and […]

IBM Launches LotusLive Labs; Opens Up Collaboration Platform’s API To Partners

Good to see some of the LotusLive news hitting the Tech News outlets: At IBM’s annual conference, Lotusphere, Big Blue has announced innovations to its cloud-based collaboration platform, LotusLive. LotusLive provides enterprise users with online email, web conferencing, social network and collaboration applications within the cloud. To spur innovation around the platform, IBM is officially […]

Another LotusLive win – UTV Software Communications

More good news for Lotuslive! IBM has been awarded a five-year business transformation contract by UTV Software Communications of India, which includes moving their email system to LotusLive iNotes.  The press release states: IBM ( IBM) today announced it has signed a five-year business transformation agreement with UTV Software Communications Ltd., India’s first integrated global […]

Changes to Participant Levels for LotusLive Web Conferences

Now available, IBM LotusLive Engage and IBM LotusLive Meetings offer new Named User (Host+199 participants) subscriptions at the same low price as the previously offered Named User (Host+24 participants) subscription. As such, the Named User (Host+24 participants) subscription SKU is now withdrawn from market. This new pricing plan lets your customers host Web conferences for […]

How to get IBMers to stop sending you e-mails with attachments

Okay we got your attention by this title. But we will make it worth reading this blog entry.  The guest function within LotusLive has great value. It makes inter-company collaboration possible even between paying and non-paying LotusLive users. For those that also look at cloud computing from Microsoft (BPOS), Microsoft  is not able to support […]