The beta of IBM Docs, IBM's forthcoming browser-based productivity suite, has been updated on IBM Greenhouse...

IBM Docs is a social document platform that allows organizations, both inside and outside the firewall, to simultaneously collaborate on word processing, spreadsheet and presentation documents in the cloud to improve productivity. IBM Docs Beta users will be able to store and share documents in IBM Connections on Greenhouse, co-edit documents in real time or assign users sections of the document so they can work privately easing the management of multiple revisions from multiple authors in team-based documents. IBM Docs Beta requires only a browser and a Lotus Greenhouse or LotusLive Labs account, and you will able to easily create professional looking documents and share them with others. IBM Docs is designed to be simple yet powerful -- letting you get started quickly, but delivering the advanced features you need.
Our plan is to deliver IBM Docs as part of IBM SmartCloud Engage packages by the end of 2012, and we are working through the details now for a 2013 on-premises deployment solution.

Link: IBM Docs Beta 2 | IBM Greenhouse >

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  1. 1  Damian Harvey |

    Hi Ed,

    Can you briefly outline the intended story for IBM Docs as it relates to FileNet, Web Content Manager, Connections and Portal? Integrated throughout?



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