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IBM has announced their intention to launch several enterprise-oriented applications to the App Store geared toward the iPad, including the Lotus Connections, a tool for social networking within companies, and Lotus Notes Traveler, which encrypts email to keep the information they contain secure when it's being moved in a portable device.
One of the most requested features from business users is Lotus Notes support on the iPhone, so it was pretty exciting when " target="_blank">it was announced that they were working on a solution. Now, after a long delay, they're launching IBM Lotus iNotes 'Ultralite', a Lotus Domino email client in the form of a web application for the iPhone and iPod touch.
One of the criticisms with the iPhone as a business device is it's lack of support for Lotus Notes, but that's about to change. IBM has offered a sneak peak of Lotus iNotes, a specially designed web client for it's Lotus Domino messaging server. The new interface will offer email, calendar, and contacts support, which they say will "bring the enterprise to your Apple iPhone".