iPhone in the Enterprise: Lotus iNotes Ultralite

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iPhone in the Enterprise: Lotus iNotes Ultralite
Lotus iNotes UltraliteBack in January, we reported that IBM had plans to bring the Lotus Notes groupware application to the iPhone platform. Well, it's happened!

Big Blue is announcing the availability of iNotes Ultralite, an iPhone portal to Lotus Notes that is available for free for anyone with a Lotus Notes license. In case you're wondering, there are currently about 140 million people worldwide who use Notes for their email, calendaring, and contacts.

IBM is always concerned about data security for its customers, and as such they decided to make iNotes Ultralite a web app rather than a native iPhone application. IBM felt it was important to customers to insure that all communications between the iPhone and Lotus Domino server be encrypted, and that no data remain on the device in case it was lost or stolen.

iNotes Ulitralite provides yet another foothold in the enterprise market for Apple.

[Via New York Times Technology blog]
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