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Old 08-07-2008, 08:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Three new IBM / Linux partnerships aimed at a 'Microsoft-free' world


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IBM hopes adding its software to distributions of Ubuntu, Red Hat, and Suse Linux will help consumers transition to become"Microsoft-free." Specifically, IBM is working to ensure its Open Collaboration Client Solution, including Lotus Symphony, Lotus Notes, and Lotus Sametime, operate with the three Linux distributions. Canonical confirmed during the show that it will distribute Lotus Symphony through its own Web services before the end of the month. Red Hat and Novell are expected to follow suit.

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