A thorough and balanced review of major collaboration technologies and their document sharing/management capabilities.  Lotus Workplace 2.0 (including Workplace client technology), MS SharePoint, Oracle Collaboration Suite, and others are discussed.  A case study on Lotus Workplace with Manulife is also part of the package.

[U]nderneath it all, IBM has developed a unique approach. The key difference is IBM's managed-client model, christened IBM Workplace Client Technology. The approach is based on the Eclipse Web development platform, an open-source user interface that supports the development of Java-based plugins for thick-client-like features and offline usability while retaining the ease and low cost of centralized, thin-client administration....
"IBM covers the spectrum of content management needs, which is a differentiator in looking at what Oracle and Microsoft can offer," [META's Andrew] Warzecha says.
Lots more, read on....
Link: Transform: Low-cost document management: When 'lite' is right > (Thanks for the link, Duffbert)

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