More good news for the future of Lotus Notes applications...

With today's announcement, IBM and RIM are exploring opportunities for customers to more easily extend these Web services directly to BlackBerry, redefining the boundaries of their SOA to include mobile access. Extending Web services to the mobile arena creates an array of new opportunities for the over 125 million IBM Lotus Notes® and Domino users to collaborate with colleagues, clients and partners -- regardless of location.  ...

IBM and RIM each intend to continue their efforts to optimize the performance of BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino, further improving efficiency and manageability.  ...

RIM is offering IBM Lotus Domino and Sametime customers a no-charge, downloadable, ten-user version of BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.1. The software can support up to 15 users with the purchase of additional client access licenses. It can also be upgraded beyond 15 users with the purchase of an electronic unlock key. Beginning May 17, customers will be able to access this promotion at www.blackberry.com/go/mobilizedomino.
Link to press release: IBM and Research In Motion to collaborate on Mobilizing  Enterprise Applications to BlackBerry >

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