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.

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