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IBM 00M-638 Exam -

Free 00M-638 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
Future releases of Notes will be available for which types of clients?
A. Only rich client running on desktops will be supported.
B. Visually similar rich client, web client, and mobile clients.
C. Completely different looking clients for Apple OS, Android, Linux, and Windows platforms.
D. Only web clients will be supported.
Answer: B

Q: 2
When discussing market share with prospective customers, it is best to position IBM as:
A. The leading vendor for social platforms and mobile e-mail
B. The worldwide market share leader for email for the past twenty years
C. The leading provider of FAX software
D. The leading provider for Contact and Calendar software
Answer: B

Q: 3
Notes Traveler supports which mobile device platforms?
A. Apple iOS only.
B. Android devices, iOS devices, Symbian, and Nokia devices but not RIM Blackberry.
C. Android devices only.
D. RIM Blackberry devices only.
Answer: B

Q: 4
Government users in particular might want to use Lotus Symphony instead of Microsoft Office for what reason?
A. Symphony provides additional functionality not supported in Microsoft Office.
B. The Symphony user interface is similar to Outlook and appeals to younger users.
C. There is no development roadmap for Symphony, so users will never need to upgrade.
D. Symphony supports the non-proprietary Open Document format, so it is not controlled by one company.
Answer: D

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