Computer Sweden: IBM mer aggressivt mot Microsoft

In preparation for my day here at LotusphereComes to You - Stockholm, I was given a translation of a post-Lotuspherearticle in Computer Sweden.IBM säger sig vara trött påMicrosofts utspel riktade mot Lotus Software-gruppen. Det här märktes tydligtunder användarkonferensen Lotusphere, där tonen var mer aggressiv än tidigare. ... - Vi tänker inte ligga ner och bara ta emot längre, säger Ed Brill, somhar den otydliga titeln Business Unit Executive men som hanterar mycketav den mer inofficiella kommunikationen med utvecklare och användargrupper.Translated, that says:IBM says it'stired of Microsoft's actions aimed against the Lotus Software Group.  Thishas been clearly noticeable during the Lotusphere user conference, wherethe tone has been more aggressive than before. ..."We're not going to just lie down and take it anymore," saysBrill, who has the ambiguous title of Business Unit Executive yet handlesmuch of the more unofficial communication among developers and users.Ambiguous? Laughed out loud at that.  Myjob is pretty clear, just thetitle is a mouthful.The rest of the article discusses the competitive positioning done at Lotusphere,including the announcement of the LotusFUD responder blog, the "Hannover"announcement, and the next version of Lotus Sametime.Link: ComputerSweden: IBM mer aggressivt mot Microsoft>

In preparation for my day here at Lotusphere Comes to You - Stockholm, I was given a translation of a post-Lotusphere article in Computer Sweden.

IBM säger sig vara trött på Microsofts utspel riktade mot Lotus Software-gruppen. Det här märktes tydligt under användarkonferensen Lotusphere, där tonen var mer aggressiv än tidigare.  ...

- Vi tänker inte ligga ner och bara ta emot längre, säger Ed Brill, som har den otydliga titeln Business Unit Executive men som hanterar mycket av den mer inofficiella kommunikationen med utvecklare och användargrupper.
Translated, that says:
IBM says it's tired of Microsoft's actions aimed against the Lotus Software Group.  This has been clearly noticeable during the Lotusphere user conference, where the tone has been more aggressive than before. ...

"We're not going to just lie down and take it anymore," says Brill, who has the ambiguous title of Business Unit Executive yet handles much of the more unofficial communication among developers and users.
Ambiguous?  Laughed out loud at that.  My job is pretty clear, just the title is a mouthful.

The rest of the article discusses the competitive positioning done at Lotusphere, including the announcement of the Lotus FUD responder blog, the "Hannover" announcement, and the next version of Lotus Sametime.

Link: Computer Sweden: IBM mer aggressivt mot Microsoft >

Originally by Ed Brill from Ed Brill on March 8, 2006, 1:14am

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