Lotusphere 2010 : Lotus Notes & Domino Keynote

January 18 2010

Review 2009

  • Notes 8.5.1 - Oct 2009
    - "More than a maintenance release"
    - DDE w/ new LotusScript and Java editors
    - Xpages in the client
    - Traveler for the iPhone
    - Focus on deployability
  • Notes 8.5.2 is a maintenance release
  • Domino Designer was made available for free
  • New Client Access Client License model
    - 11 done to 2
    - removed client types in licensing
    - Lotus Mobile Connect
  • Messaging Economics
    - DAOS
    - Simplified ID Management (ID Vault)
    - Reducing operating costs by 30% or more
  • Forrester Research - 147% ROI for Upgrading to Notes and Domino 8.5
    - Payback in only 12 months
  • Kirk Gutmann - CSO and CTO, CM
    - 3000 users on Notes 8
    - 93% user satisfaction
    - moving to 8.5.1 now - upgrading a 1k people a day
    - Mobility Today - Rich Client, 3% Light Client 1%, 96% at home
    - Mobility - Projected - Rich Client 10%, Light Client - 70%, Basic Unmanaged 20%
    - Traveler for iPhone use
    - Unified Communications - shifts the focus from the device to you
    - presence awareness, single phone number, least cost routing, one click access
    - Director Integration is more important than people realize
    - finish 8.5.1 roll out in April
IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Strategy for 2010
  • Use the right tool for the right job
  • Symphony takes off
  • Tungle Beta at Lotusphere
  • Viadeo
  • Krypt
  • Doodle
  • Gist
  • Choice of Delivery Model
    - On-Premise
    - Appliance
    - Cloud
    - Hybrid
  • LotusLive Notes in 2010
    - minimum subscription 50 users
    - fixed per-user cost in PA
    - sametime IM
    - 5 gb inbox
    - option mobility, archiving, and data migrations
  • Beta 1Q 2010, available midyear
  • Virtualization - Not just for servers
  • Traveler
    - Traveler Companion for iPhone
    - IBM will resell the Quickr and Connections clients
    - Nokia preships Notes Traveler
  • Traveler Support for Android
    - Android SDK has basic email and no calendar
    - IBM will be building a first class client - mail, calendar, and contacts. Sametime as well
  • Lotus Protector for Mail Security
    - annouced last year
    - Notes and Domino Integration
    - Virtual or Physical Appliance
  • Lotus Protector for Mail Encryption
    - secure email over internet links
    - collaboration with PGP
    - gateway to client
    - physical or virtual appliance
  • Sonian to integration Archiving from Domino or LotusLive
    - storage in native NSF
  • Alloy
    - focus on industry-specific and partner solutions
    - workflow approvals on OpenNTF.org
    - delivering a broader range of integration capabilities, working with IBM and SAP bps
    - beta in 2H 2010
  • OpenNTF.org !!!!
  • xPages
    - Cloud Development for Domino - Amazon EC2 thru Developerworks
    - GroupLive
  • Lotus Business Solutions Catalog
    - catalog.lotus.com
    - built using xPages

Vision for 2020
  • Lotus Vision 2020
  • Vulcan will appear in Lotus Notes in 2011
  • "Windows and Office is dead!"
  • Lotus Symphony 3.0 planned for 2010
    - based on OpenOffice.org 3.X
    - VB Macro Support
    - Labels
    - all new presentation stuff
  • Project Concord
    - Web based collaborative document editor
  • Notes Client
  • Desktop will unify, but the protocols will be rich and diverse
  • Attention Management is the focus of the individual
    - information overload
    - social interaction overload
    - interruption
    - multitasking

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