BlackBerry gets apps for Lotus Quickr, Connections

Summary:Research In Motion has introduced two new apps designed to enhance collaboration in the workplace

Research In Motion on Monday rolled out two new apps for IBM's Lotus Quickr and Connections software.

The applications, which are available through enterprises and resellers, are designed to enhance collaboration in the workplace.

BlackBerry's application for IBM Lotus Quickr is designed to make accessing libraries, folders and enterprise content easier to download. The Quickr application is integrated with BlackBerry email.

For more on this story, see RIM rolls out new BlackBerry apps for Lotus Quickr, Connections on ZDNet.com.

Topics: Networking

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