You can read more details at the Engage site, but here’s a quick breakdown of features:It doesn't look like LotusLive Engage include any email messaging (just chat messaging). A quick look at the LotusLive E-mail page (linked to off the LotusLive main page) only discusses LotusLive Notes which is essentailly IBM Lotus Notes Hosted Messaging making it primarily available to companies over 1000 to 10,000 users (although they will "customize" for smaller or larger businesses). The pricing seems to be a large spread in monthly fees.
* A standard web meeting service, complete with desktop sharing, recording, and security
* A professional network of contacts with whom you can collaborate using the other Engage features
* Online file storage and sharing
* Project tracking, to-do lists, and brainstorming
* Form and chart creation tools
* Instant messaging, including photo- and file-sharing
None of this sounds particularly groundbreaking, but putting all of these features together in one place could be pretty compelling. Oh, and there are already 30,000 users in Engage’s beta testing program. The product will be available for everyone on April 7, with pricing from $10 to $45 per user per month.
IBM makes big online collaboration move with LotusLive Engage - NYTimes.com