- November 16, 2004
Confused about the future of Workplace and Lotus Notes/Domino? You are not alone. IBM's move to promote Workplace and Notes/Domino as two overlapping product families is creating bewilderment among customers, according to Gartner Group.
- November 14, 2004
Spam filtering continues to vie for the post of "Job #1" in IT shops worldwide. Recently, U.S. FTC commissioners hosted a two-day summit to grapple with e-mail authentication, once seemingly poised as a potent solution for the spam problem. ...
- November 09, 2004
Today IBM Lotus announced upcoming versions of WebSphere Portal, Workplace Services Express and its Web Conferencing Service, and also confirmed the future blending of the Notes and Workplace clients.
- November 01, 2004
The IBM Lotus partner program has had its share of ups and downs, but a renewed effort to support smaller partners and help them utilize all of IBM's resources is already receiving a warm reception.
- October 22, 2004
This month's updates feature a Domino e-mail storage utilization tool from Accellion, a Notes content management offering from Hummingbird and DYS looks to streamline Domino application performance.
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- October 14, 2004
IBM received a required security certification this week for its DB2 "Stinger" DBMS. The certification comes on the heels of a string of flaws Big Blue is addressing in multiple versions of its database.
- October 13, 2004
Lotus pros scoff at the notion that there's a conspiracy against Notes and Domino. Instead, it's Microsoft's savvy and IBM's complacency that's making them feel like second-class citizens.
- September 30, 2004
News Editor Eric B. Parizo speculates that there's a vast conspiracy in the tech world to keep Notes and Domino down.
- September 29, 2004
Improvements in the latest scheduled maintenance release include multithreaded instant messaging, improved usability in Domino Web Access and fixes for the iSeries.
- September 28, 2004
Meta Group says it stands by its recent small business messaging survey, which found Exchange's TCO to be 52% less than Domino's, even though it was funded by Microsoft.
- September 24, 2004
This month's highlights include a SOA development environment for Domino pros, a tool for linking Notes to a CRM system and an enhanced Domino spam-filtering system.
- September 16, 2004
With general registration for Lotusphere 2005 opening today, prospective attendees are likely...
- September 15, 2004
Big-name companies like Microsoft and IBM aren't drawing crowds with their enterprise versions of instant messaging software. But surprisingly, IM has been a boon to some vendors that don't even sell IM technology.
- August 24, 2004
Is it really that time of year already? IBM Lotus is already inviting folks to register for next year's Domino user conference.
- August 23, 2004
Even though the CLP acronym has gone away, the streamlined Lotus certification program has received positive reviews. However, more changes are in store.