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Lotus goes mobile at confab

The IBM subsidiary at its annual user conference unveils plans to offer new versions of its messaging client software for mobile computing devices and Web browser software amid steady Microsoft competition.

 

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The IBM subsidiary at its annual user conference unveils plans to offer new versions of its messaging client software for mobile computing devices and Web browser software amid steady Microsoft competition.

"This is important in terms of Lotus recognizing wireless (technology)."

- Dan Rasmus, Giga Information Group analyst

 


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