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IBM Open Collaboration Client Solution: An Overview

Apr 16, 2008, 04:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Faheem Altaf, Antony Satyadas)

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"This article guides you through the most important technical decisions involved when you introduce a Linux client in your organization. Business and IT requirements range from the need to reduce cost to a variety of desktop migration pressures. We begin by introducing the IBM® open collaboration client solution (OCCS). We present the need for our solution based on business and IT requirements, and then we provide a detailed view of the OCCS architecture.

"Included are a brief introduction to the solution components and a high-level view of the OCCS jumpstart method with the associated processes and work products. We also examine key architectural decisions, associated risks, and risk mitigation strategies based on lessons learned from customer implementations..."

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