IBM Collaboration Summit to highlight advances in technology and business, offers free office desktop tools:
IBM brings a suite of free software tools for creating and sharing documents, spreadsheets and presentations that incorporate the ability to seamlessly extend a business process or custom application. Business, academic, governmental and consumer users alike can download this enterprise-grade office software, known as IBM Lotus Symphony, which is the same tool inside some of IBM’s most popular collaboration products, such as the recently released Lotus Notes 8. Along with Lotus Symphony, IBM today announced six new products and product upgrades highlighting IBM's extensive investment in collaboration technologies, along with three new partners who have adopted IBM collaboration technologies: Audi, Federal Aviation Administration and SkyWorks Solutions, Inc.
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