|Michael D. Osterman|
We spoke with research analyst Michael D. Osterman of Osterman Research Inc., to hear about his findings on what Lotus Notes Domino organizations should consider when deploying mobile devices, from aspects surrounding security to principal issues companies should consider when rolling out mobile devices in their Lotus Notes/Domino environments.
Managing and maintaining mobile devices on Lotus Notes Domino
In the second installment of this audiocast series, Michael Osterman continues discussing issues facing Lotus Notes/Domino administrators deploying mobile devices, touching on problems concerning configuring devices in Lotus Notes/Domino environments, to training employees. Michael also shares his views of where BlackBerry and Microsoft Windows mobile devices fit into the Lotus Notes/Domino landscape.
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