18 January 2010

RIM further mobilises IBM Lotus Software on the BlackBerry platform

New BlackBerry apps for IBM Lotus Quickr and Lotus Connections allow secure mobile collaboration and social networking on BlackBerry smartphones

To support the growing interest by enterprises for mobile collaboration and social networking, Research In Motion (RIM) today announced that it is further mobilizing IBM Lotus Software on the BlackBerry platform.

RIM is launching today the new BlackBerry Client for IBM Lotus Quickr, enabling secure mobile access to IBM's document-based collaboration software from BlackBerry smartphones. RIM is also releasing a new version of the BlackBerry® Client for IBM Lotus Connections for enterprise social networking. These applications, along with the BlackBerry Client for IBM Lotus Sametime for unified communications and collaboration, deliver secure, deeply integrated and intuitive mobile experiences for enterprise customers on the BlackBerry platform.

"Just as RIM securely and efficiently mobilized Lotus Domino email on the BlackBerry platform, we are mobilizing collaboration and social networking for businesses," said David Yach, CTO for Software at Research In Motion. "We have built these powerful BlackBerry applications for Lotus Software in order to make it very easy for mobile workers to tap into their enterprise knowledge-bases and stay connected with colleagues; and, equally important, we have made it easy for IT departments to align with corporate policies and efficiently deliver these capabilities in a protected and manageable environment."

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