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Integration to SharePoint from the Lotus Notes Client
IBM Web Application Bridge
The IBM Lotus Connections 3.0 Plug-in for Microsoft SharePoint is intended to enhance Microsoft SharePoint environments with additional social and collaborative functionality via interoperability with Lotus Connections services.
IBM Connections 126.96.36.199 Widget for Microsoft SharePoint accesses Microsoft SharePoint documents from within an IBM Connections community.
The IBM Connections 188.8.131.52 Plug-in for Microsoft SharePoint is intended to enhance Microsoft SharePoint environments with additional social and collaborative functionality via interoperability with IBM Connections services.
Client-side plug-in for Notes 8 that delivers instant access to SharePoint document libraries from within Lotus Notes. Drag-and-drop SharePoint content into Notes emails or calendar appointments. Custom integration services also available.
Integrate contents stored on Microsoft SharePoint sites and Windows SharePoint Services into an open, scalable, and SOA-ready WebSphere Portal environment. Federated content can participate in enterprise mashups across Java and .NET applications.
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Validation helps differentiate your offering by conferring a Ready for Social Business mark that you can use in the packaging and marketing materials of your qualified offerings to help demonstrate that your solution has met IBM integration standards.