IT Factory unveils ITF Tools Suite for Lotus
IT Factory Inc., a knowledge technology software company in Cambridge, Mass., will unveil its ITF Tools Suite for Lotus, a product for developing complex Domino applications in a team development environment, at Lotus DevCon in Las Vegas next week. The new suite includes seven integrated tools for all phases of the development cycle and allow e a team of Notes/Domino developers to work together using a common Domino design element, code library and control system. The suite costs $3,495 per developer.
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Wireless Knowledge creates Workstyle for Lotus Domino
Wireless Knowledge, a Microsoft and QUALCOMM company in San Diego, Calif., has created Workstyle for Lotus Domino Version 2.0, which will debut at Lotus DevCon in Las Vegas. The software provides access to Lotus Domino-based corporate e-mail, calendar and contacts, from Internet-ready mobile devices including mobile phones, personal digital assistants, pagers and laptops.www.wirelessknowledge.com
Haverstock joins Eznia
Ezenia, Burlington, Mass., a real-time collaboration software company, has appointed former Lotus developer and manager Paul Haverstock, vice president of research and development. Haverstock led Lotus parent IBM's acquisitions of DataBeam and Ubique to form Sametime, an organization focused on bringing live communication to the Web. Before that he lead the development of Lotus Domino, the combining of a Notes server with a Web server, that brought Notes to browser users.www.eznia.com
O'Hara joins Pivotal
Pivotal Corp., London, has appointed of John O'Hara, former managing director of Lotus United Kingdom and North Europe at Lotus, executive vice president of its European business unit. Development Corporation, an IBM company. Pivotal provides XML-based demand chain networks for large and medium-sized businesses.www.pivotal.com
Authentor develops SmartPath
Authentor Systems Inc., Englewood, Colo., has developed SmartPath, an integrated Web access management and authentication system that enables businesses to provide employees, customers and partners with secure access to online information and applications. SmartPath combines patterns of user behavior with other forms of authentication to evaluate security, improve convenience and provide users with alternatives when initial authentication methods fail or are no longer available. It works with Lotus Domino and other Web servers including Microsoft IIS, Apache, iPlanet, BEA WebLogic, IBM HTTP.www.authentor.com To include your announcement in Quick Takes, e-mail Beth Quimby, news editor