- April 15, 2005
In this month's roundup of new Domino-related products, PistolStar updates Web Set Password, Teamstudio Script Browser emerges and Protea Tools releases an anti-virus program.
- April 13, 2005
What's new with David Marshak? He took the big leap from industry watcher to industry proper earlier this year when he left The Patricia Seybold consultancy to join IBM Lotus Software as senior product manager for collaboration. With real-time and ...
- April 13, 2005
We recently implemented a topical taxonomy that allows you to walk through site paths to find answers to your questions. A look at the Administration topic page is a good place to start.
- April 11, 2005
The flaws largely concern pre-Domino 6.5.4 version software, and fixes are available, according to IBM.
- April 07, 2005
"Security intelligence" provider iDEFENSE reported a denial of service vulnerability in a Lotus Domino Server web service that allows attackers to crash the service, thereby preventing legitimate access. The problem is said to specifically exist ...
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- April 01, 2005
You can turn to a slew of blogs when you wantch to catch up on the Domino arena. Associate Editor Peter Bochner tells of his quest.
- March 31, 2005
Hardware products in this category are moving beyond simply acting as spam and virus filters.
- March 29, 2005
An IBM strategist rejects assertion that the FairUCE zombie finder increases the amount of spam on the Internet.
- March 18, 2005
John Vaughan asked Notes notables to share perspectives on Microsoft's recent purchase of Groove Networks, and its hiring of Notes' creator Ray Ozzie.
- March 17, 2005
In this month's roundup, SWING Software releases DocPublisher for IBM Lotus Domino, DLI.Uploader Professional Edition emerges and IBM and AT&T collaborate.
- March 12, 2005
The big news in Notes-Domino was not literally in the Lotus space: Ray Ozzie went to Microsoft to act as CTO.
- March 10, 2005
Microsoft says the acquisition of Groove Networks is a cornerstone of its collaboration offering for the Office suite of applications. It also puts Lotus Notes creator Ray Ozzie in Bill Gates' inner circle.
- March 09, 2005
As part of our ongoing look at e-mail archiving issues, writer Peter Bochner spoke with Mike Gundling, iLumin Software Services. He discusses today's perfect storm of skyrocketing e-mail volumes, rapidly growing e-mail stores, and expanding ...
- March 07, 2005
Key among PartnerWorld announcements was word that IBM and AT&T will jointly offer a packaged team collaboration product for SMBs. Also due are horizontal offerings for iSeries, and vertical offerings for health and retail sectors.
- March 03, 2005
The school will roll out Workplace Collaboration Services for more than 40, 000 students to create an anytime-anyplace electronic community.