The Lotus Workplace Concept

IBM Lotus Workplace is a new concept that allows companies to easily and quickly set up collaboration tools on a single, open platform. The idea behind any set of corporate collaboration tools should be to help in the efficient execution of business processes. Lotus Workplace users can access collaborative tools such as messaging, e-meetings, and calendaring and scheduling in the context of the work they're engaged in, rather than as separate applications. The results can include improved responsiveness and business productivity. The supported operating systems are Windows NT (4.0 with Service Pack 6a), Windows 2000 Server (or Window 2000 Advanced Server with Service Pack 2), UNIX Solaris (Version 7 or Version 8), ...

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