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Collaboration - What's Changed?

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IBM and SAP Partner to Accelerate Enterprise Cloud Adoption

An announcement was made yesterday (October 14th) that SAP have chosen IBM as a premier strategic provider of cloud infrastructure services.
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Bringing social to the silos

Sitrion has interesting integrations with Microsoft and SAP
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News from CA World 2013 – Fytte the First

CA Technologies has a new CEO and a new vision
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New Social Collaboration responsibility at Bloor - David Norfolk is taking over responsibility for Social Collaboration at Bloor from Roger Whitehead

Roger Whitehead has moved into semi-retirement; David Norfolk explains his own approach to Social Collaboration
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Appian for SharePoint: another link to MOSS

Appian announced on June 2nd 2008 the availability of Appian for SharePoint. Thus Appian become another independent BPMS vendor that has decided to provide tighter integration to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS).
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IBM enters free search tools market

IBM has teamed up with Yahoo! to offer free search software. OmniFind Yahoo! Edition (OYE) can index and search up to half a million documents on an intranet as well the public Web.
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IBM releases Lotus Notes/Domino 7

Earlier this month IBM released the latest version of its Notes/Domino product after 16 months of public beta testing. So what can users expect between now and the future transition to 'Hannover'?
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