Sunday, October 5, 2008

IBM Lotus Embraces Apple's iPhone with Free iNotes App

IBM threw its hat into the iPhone ring with the introduction of iNotes ultralite, a free Web application that lets corporate workers access their Lotus Notes e-mail, calendar and contacts lists through Apple's Safari browser on Apple's iPhone. The messaging and collaboration application heightens the iPhone's viability as an enterprise-grade device. How soon before IBM creates a Lotus Notes application for T-Mobile's G1 phone, based on Google's Android operating system?

Lotus Notes and Domino adoption has grown to more than 140 million licensed users worldwide, but most of these Lotus Notes mobile users are owners of RIM BlackBerrys, Nokia Symbian devices, maybe even Palm Treos.

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