IBM’s cloud computing helps enterprises transform business and technology.
More and more businesses are adapting cloud computing. IBM has announced following new clients benefiting from IBM’s Cloud initiatives: the Australian Bureau of Statistics, C&D Foods, Crawford & Company, FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, General Milling Corporation, General Motors Components Holdings and the Zoo and Aquarium Association of Australia.
Recent research shows that worldwide spending on cloud computing will be reaching $44,2 billion by 2013.
IBM LotusLive is a suite of business and collaboration services based on the Cloud computing and is hosted by IBM.
LotusLive offers following services: LotusLive Notes, LotusLive iNotes, LotusLive Engage, LotusLive Meetings, LotusLive Connections.
IBM has recently announced of availability LotusLive Symphony for cloud. “LotusLive Symphony authors will be able to co-edit documents in real time or work privately, store and share documents in LotusLive, comment, chat and manage revisions with other authors in real time, and assign and manage sections and tasks across multiple authors,” IBM said.