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IBM and Lotus Storm into the Cloud

Just when you thought Lotus was becoming as distant a memory as Jeff Papows' term there as CEO, Big Blue and its collaboration company have come storming back. This time, the cloud is the battlefield.

This week, Panasonic ditched exchange for LotusLive, IBM's hosted e-mail system. And Lotus is also playing a key role in the launch of a collaboration-equipped BlackBerry. Suddenly, the cloud is giving way to a Big Blue sky. (OK, we'll keep working on those metaphors.)

Posted by Lee Pender on January 20, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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