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IBM releases new Lotus products

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Mr Ken Bisconti

NEW DELHI, Oct. 10

COMPUTING giant, IBM, has released in India a new range of its Lotus software products that have enhanced features. The products include Lotus Notes and Domino 6, `Sametime 3' and `Quickplace 3' and e-learning software, `LearningSpace'.

"The scalability, reliability and security features of the entire Lotus software portfolio are further strengthened through the capabilities these solutions now offer," said Mr Ken Bisconti, Vice-President, Messaging Solutions, Lotus, IBM Corporations.

While the increased security features of the mail solution in Lotus Notes help fight spam mails better, Lotus Sametime 3 will help users to communicate in an improved way.

Mr Bisconti said the Lotus Notes and Domino 6 include new anti-sparm features, increased security and administration tools and more than 1,000 other client improvements. The Sametime 3 software and QuickPlace 3 enable users to see which of their colleagues are online and initiate an e-meeting. The Lotus LearningSpace helps organisations to frequently train geographically dispersed employees, business partners and suppliers, he claimed.

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