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The new issue of IBM Research's Systems Journal features ten in-depth articles on innovations and trends in business collaboration.  The authors are IBM's expert researchers, engineers, architects, and designers who have been focused on collaborative technologies for several years.  If you've ever visited the innovations lab at Lotusphere, you've seen some of them in action.  Here are links to the articles:
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationIntroduction
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationPreface
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationBeyond predictable workflows: Enhancing productivity in artful business processes Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaboration
- Business activity patterns: A new model for collaborative business applications Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaboration
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationActivity management as a Web service
- Activity Explorer: Activity-centric collaboration from research to product Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaboration
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationUncovering the to-dos hidden in your in-box
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationEthnographic study of collaborative knowledge work
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationFollowing the sun: Case studies in global software development
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationMachines in the conversation: Detecting themes and trends in informal communication streams Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaboration
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationTechnical forum: Communication-minded visualization: A call to action
- Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaborationUsing ontology to support development of software architectures Image:IBM Systems Journal #45: Business collaboration
(Thanks, Kerr)

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