Microsoft aims at IBM's customers
Once again, Microsoft is releasing software designed to help companies switch to its Unified Communications and Collaboration platform.
Today, Microsoft announced new tools that will help IBM Lotus Notes/Domino customers take advantage of the new unified communication and collaboration innovations that are being delivered as part of the recently released Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007, the 2007 Microsoft Office system and Microsoft Office SharePoint® Server 2007 technologies. These resources include a new suite of tools for managing transitions of IBM's directory, messaging and application solutions, as well as new templates for SharePoint Products and Technologies, which make it even easier for IT professionals to roll out customized applications for common business scenarios. Together these tools are making it easier for IBM customers to manage transitions to and start experiencing the benefits of Microsoft's modern, integrated platform, which increases organizational productivity, streamlines business processes, and reduces IT cost and complexity.
Here's the full Press Release: Microsoft Makes It Easier for Organizations to Transition to Its Unified Communications and Collaboration Platform.