It was good to see Nick Shelness back at Lotusphere, and he is another analyst I wish I had had more time to chat with...

My overwhelming impression is that the trends that began with Lotusphere 2007 announcements are continuing apace. The era of: "WebSphere is the answer, now what was the question", "two lane highways", and product names akin to labelling sushi as "cold raw dead fish" are happily over, and IBM is again treating the Lotus installed base as an asset to be supported/exploited rather than ignored.
Link: Ferris Research: Nick Shelness's Main Impressions from Lotusphere >

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