IBM to support OpenDocument format



IBM’s “Workplace” will support the OpenDocument format according to ZDNet.uk They’re expected to aggressively promote their Workplace hosted productivity suite to governments in developing markets. The software will support OpenDocument early next year. The Workplace suite gives people ways to edit documents through a web browser. Files are stored on the server and there, rules can be set to allow/share/disallow access.


The Workplace Managed Client software has been in beta testing this year and will be released early next year.

Related Posts

Blog Traffic Exchange Related Posts
  • AJAX threatening Windows? Long ago there was talk about the desktop not meaning anything anymore and that software would be delivered through the web. Well, it looks as though AJAX has brought that closer to reality. Wired news takes a look at where things are in the arena. Explains what Ajax is and......
  • Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex released today | ubuntu not yet profitable The newest release in the Ubuntu Linux series has escaped into the wild today. If you recall the last Ubuntu release was a long term support release and this one is intended to be a bit more "edgy" or in this case "intrepid". Download from Ubuntu, or read a review......
  • Sunbelt Finishes Kerio Firewall acquisition Sunbelt Software has announced the completion of their acquisition of the Kerio Personal Firewall. They've also acquired the Kerio Server Firewall. The products have temporarily been rebranded... We have acquired both the Kerio Personal Firewall and the Kerio Server Firewall. Both products will be re-branded on an interim basis as......
Blog Traffic Exchange Related Websites
  • Preparing for Next Year's Taxes Well, it's official; Tax Day has come and gone.  I know I jumped the gun a bit last week, but let's be honest, April 15th is so associated with taxes in the average American mind that who could really blame me?  But by now, you've (hopefully) finished filling out your......
  • Video Chat Easy with 'FaceTime' Mac App Store Review Rating: 5 Stars - [Download Here] for $0.99 Apple has officially released FaceTime app in the Mac App Store. While in the beta testing phase this app was a free download, but users must now pay $0.99 to download this app. As reported by MacWorld It......
  • Calculating Your Net Worth Your own personal net worth is something that can serve as a truly useful tool in measuring the financial progress that you have made from one year to the next. What your net worth is, is essentially just a grand total of all of your assets, with liabilities subtracted. There......
www.pdf24.org    Send article as PDF   

Similar Posts


See what happened this day in history from either BBC Wikipedia
Search:
Keywords:
Amazon Logo

Comments are closed.


Switch to our mobile site