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5. Will Microsoft Office run on Linux?
(CommunityAnswers / Internet)
6. IBM Symphony Orchestrating Technical and Big Data Applications
(Enterprise Computing/Systems Management )
Developing low latency orchestration tools that can accelerate technical and big data applications requires vast knowledge of cluster and grid computing dynamics. IBM just released the results of several ...
7. A Look at the LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards Winners
(Featured Blogs/Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier)
... last year. Note that some choices were no longer offered for the 2011 members choice, including Lotus Symphony and StarOffice. Favorite text editor? Vim once again, with more than 31% of the vote. ...
Today Platform Computing announced the release of Platform Symphony 5.1, its popular service oriented architecture (SOA) application. With it’s enhanced architecture, Symphony offers the following ...
9. IBM's Ubuntu, Ubuntu's IBM
(Enterprise Computing/Business News)
... broader picture. IBM Client for Smart Work, as this package is called, includes either Ubuntu or Red Hat Linux plus IBM's own Lotus Notes / Symphony / LotusLive solution mix. The obvious target is companies ...
10. IBM, Canonical Switch Up Their Smart Work Game
(Featured Blogs/Brian Proffitt)
... faculty through the IBM Academic Initiative." The announcment also outlined the Smart Work software components: "Word processing, spreadsheets, presentations from IBM Lotus Symphony, which is a free-of-charge ...
... IBM Lotus released version 1.3 of its two-year-old Symphony suite. Lotus also announced intentions to deliver yet major update to the suite--codenamed Vienna--in the first half of next year, the same time ...
... oriented office suites like StarOffice and IBM Lotus Symphony are gaining momentum these days, as are Web-based offerings like Google Docs and Zoho Office. OpenOffice is also growing increasingly visible, ...
13. IBM Throws Out Microsoft Office
(Software/Applications)
360,000 IBM workers have been told to stop using Microsoft Office and switch to the Open Office-based software Symphony. Article Source Linux Magazine 360,000 IBM workers have been told to stop using Microsoft ...
... community bug fixing. The open source edition of OpenOffice.org also serves as the basis for several software suites with commercial leanings, including OpenOffice.org, Novell Edition and IBM Lotus Symphony. ...
... software like IBM Lotus Symphony and Web-based options such as Google Docs. We continue today with a look at three alternatives from smaller players, each of which departs from word processing tradition ...
... on Linux, Apple OS X, and Microsoft Windows. In the same general vein as Sun's StarOffice and the IBM Lotus Symphony software suite, Google Docs provides similar functionality to OpenOffice.org. But ...
... nor Novell are strangers to word processing, of course. But with IBM Lotus Symphony and Novell office suites, the vendors have made their first forays into Linux word processors, a space also occupied ...
... application alternatives. IBM’s smart work client software is based on IBM Lotus Symphony, IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus applications. IBM Lotus Symphony supports the Open Document Format (ODF) standard, ...
IBM today announced the release of Lotus Symphony 1.3... that for the first time lets users import files saved in Microsoft Office 2007's native Office Open XML (OOXML) document format. Article Source ...
20. MP3-HOWTO
(Learn Linux/How Tos)
... Listening 99.Acoustic 100.Humour 101.Speech 102.Chanson 103.Opera 104.Chamber Music 105.Sonata 106.Symphony 107.Booty Bass 108.Primus 109.Porn Groove 110.Satire  ...
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