Improve productivity with online document collaborative editing

IBM® Connections Docs is a socially enabled online office productivity suite that makes it easier for business teams to create and allow for collaborative editing of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation documents in near real time. This online document editor provides key collaborative services such as coediting, file management and contextual commenting (so you can see who typed what). IBM Connections Docs helps save time by reducing the review and rework cycles associated with creating team-based business documents.

IBM Connections Docs helps you:

Significantly improve productivity

Reduce IT costs

Support both Microsoft Office and OpenDocument

Work seamlessly with Apache OpenOffice

Provide choice and flexibility in deployment

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Improve productivity with online document collaborative editing

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IBM® Connections Docs V1.0.7 is a lightweight, socially enabled web editor that provides a collaborative platform for business teams to efficiently create, coedit and publish online documents in near real time. IBM Connections Docs V1.0.7 is an on-premises release that supports IBM Connections V5.0 CR2 and IBM Connections V4.5. It is available as an integrated part of the IBM enterprise social collaboration solution, IBM Connections. IBM Connections is available as software as a service (SaaS) on IBM Cloud or as on-premises software.

IBM Connections Docs V1.0.7 is the latest release featuring:

IBM Connections Docs is an alternative to a costly office productivity suite. It enhances collaboration, helps lower IT costs and reduces the number of reviews and rework. IBM Connections Docs is an online office productivity suite that brings teams closer to effectively collaborate and produce higher-quality results.

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