- October 28, 2014
The IBM patches address several Java vulnerabilities, some of which were rated as severe, in the company's Notes and Domino platforms.
- December 30, 2009
IBM Lotus made several important technological strides in 2009, but what's in store for 2010?
- December 04, 2008
Here's a look at all that IBM Lotusphere 2009, in Orlando, Fla., has to offer. Geared toward Lotus Notes/Domino administrators and developers, Lotusphere 2009 has numerous tracks and sessions to help you further your Notes/Domino knowledge and gives...
- June 26, 2008
Learn about some significant new features in IBM's Lotus Notes 8.0.1 release, such as Traveler and MyWidgets, and how they add to the previous 8.0 experience.
- May 22, 2008
Learn about some issues Lotus Notes Domino administrators may run into when deploying mobile devices in their organizations and thoughts on the future of Notes Domino mobility.
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- May 15, 2008
Discover things you should consider when deploying mobile devices in your Lotus Notes Domino environment. This interview is available in text or audiocast format.
- March 13, 2008
Discover a handful of the best Lotus Notes Domino blogs on the Web that consistently deliver helpful tips for Domino administrators and developers.
- January 28, 2008
Some developers want IBM to focus on the Lotus Notes/Domino platform, while others at Lotusphere said the company's collaboration endeavors are dead on.
- January 21, 2008
At Lotusphere 2008, IBM disclosed updates on Notes and Domino 8.5 and a mashup tool for end users.
- January 17, 2008
At Lotusphere 2008, we'll hear about Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 releases with more focus on the back end, performance and management capabilities, says Burton Group expert.
- December 03, 2007
Get details about the tracks, sessions and keynotes taking place at this year's IBM Lotusphere 2008 conference in Orlando, Fla.
- October 18, 2007
Find out what IBM WebSphere is and read about the challenges some Lotus Notes Domino shops are experiencing with their WebSphere implementations.
- August 08, 2007
IBM releases a WebSphere accelerator that helps customers using SAP servers automate HR tasks.
- May 10, 2007
For the first time in the U.S., THE VIEW will hold its annual Admin and Lotus Developer events at the same time and in the same venue. An estimated 1,000 IT professionals are expected to attend the eighth annual Admin event.
- April 18, 2007
Here are step-by-step instructions for importing up to 8,000 data records into Lotus Notes -- no programming experience required.