More coverage of the 7.0.2 announcement from this week...

Don't expect IBM to create the next MySpace or YouTube. However, it looks like this corporate IT giant is starting to use some of the dazzle of Web 2.0 -- such as blogs, community and RSS. ...

I interviewed Chris Heidelberger, the CEO of Nexaweb, which is a Web 2.0 software company focused on corporate customers. According to him: "IBM's new version of Lotus Notes further demonstrates Web 2.0's coming of age and how enterprises can leverage new rich Internet applications for advanced end user collaboration, increased productivity and business agility."
Link: bloggingstocks:  IBM gets Web 2.0 religion >  (Thanks, Steve)

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