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Early birds flock to Lotusphere registration

Is it really that time of year already? IBM Lotus is already inviting folks to register for next year's Domino user conference.

IBM Lotus is now accepting early-bird registrations for Lotusphere 2005.

IBM Lotus spokesman Mike Shamrell told that users can sign up for Lotusphere 2005 on the Lotus Web site now and get a significant discount on the general registration fee.

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The early access registration cost is $1,395 per person. General registration, which opens Sept. 16, is $1,595. In November, the registration price jumps to $1,795 per attendee.

Lotusphere 2005 begins Sunday, Jan. 23 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotels in Orlando, Fla. Tickets for previous events have sold out quickly, but after the Sept. 11 attacks, attendance fell off a bit.

Shamrell said that while details are still coming together, Lotusphere 2005 attendees can expect to see IBM Lotus lay out its road map for Notes/Domino with a particular focus on ND7.

"I think we'll also have a lot of focus on the business opportunities around Workplace for partners and ISVs," Shamrell said.

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