IBM's Open Collaboration Client Solution :: The future that never was

by Volker Weber

When IBM talks about the future of the workplace, I always like to look at the future that's already behind us. From Lotusphere 2008:

IBM's Open Collaboration Client Solution is a set of software products designed to help customers in all industries increase collaboration among employees, improve their productivity, and lower the total cost of information technology ownership. It is personal computing software that is based on open standards, providing businesses with a cost-effective and security-rich alternative to Microsoft desktops. Moving away from an entirely proprietary approach to computing to a platform based on open standards gives businesses the freedom to select the proper mix of software for their organization, based on user segmentation, in a heterogeneous environment, helping move them toward the desktops of the future.

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Ein Schelm, wer denkt, dass es einen bestimmten Grund und Absicht hat, warum Du ausgerechnet jetzt im Archiv des Marketing-Sprechs suchst ...

Maik Weber, 2017-05-28 20:39

Erschieße nicht den Überbringer schlechter Nachrichten.

IBM hat viele Entwürfe für die Zukunft, die schon hinter uns liegt, vorgestellt. Und zwar als Code, nicht nur als Slides. eSuite, Workplace, Eclipse RCP, Symphony. Die meisten hat Doug Wilson 'verbrochen'. Auf LinkedIn kann man anschauen, welche Erfolgsmodelle er jetzt entwickelt.

Volker Weber, 2017-05-28 21:00

Das Problem mit Zukunftsmodellen ist: die erste Version ist unvollständig und nicht im nächsten Quartal profitabel deshalb wird dann die Entwicklung eingestellt

Stephan H. Wissel, 2017-05-29 06:13

My still born baby. R.I.P.

Ray Davies, 2017-05-29 09:56

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