Stampede creates new booster software for Lotus Notes
Stampede Technologies Inc., a Dayton, Ohio, developer of accelerator software for Lotus Notes and Domino businesses, has developed TurboGold Client-to-Server software for the IBM eServer z900 and S/390 server family designed to improve the Lotus Notes performance for an estimated 2 million end-users. The company said the software boosts performance 5 to 1. It will be available later this year.
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InterZnet to release workspace offering
InterZnet, Scottsdale, Ariz., a provider of Lotus Domino related services, plans to release Sktech, an intuitive workspace offering parity between the Lotus Notes Client and Web Browser, on Aug. 1. This new environment creates a single point of access to all information within one interface.www.interznet.com
IT Factory releases new development tool, KM product
IT Factory, Boston, Mass., has made available its ITF Development Center for Microsoft, a visual development tool designed to build collaborative and knowledge management applications on both Microsoft Exchange 2000 and SharePoint Portal Server. The tool was instrumental in building a solution for DeLoitte & Touche. The solution just won the award for "Collaborative Solution of the Year" from Microsoft. The company has also created a new knowledge management product, ITF Authoriti, an open-platform, Web-based knowledge management portal. It is designed to deliver a single best answer rather than a long list of search results. It costs $395 per user.www.itfactory.com
Sybari ships Antigen 6.0 for Domino
Sybari Software Inc., East Northport, N.Y., developers of Antigen, an anti-virus, content-management and e-mail security product for Lotus Domino/Notes environments, has started to ship Antigen 6.0 for Domino servers. It is an anti-virus content management product that is compatible with Domino R4 and R5.www.sybari.com
Outsourcing e-mail seminar set
A seminar on the future of outsourcing e-mail is scheduled for July 24 at 8:30 a.m. at The Four Seasons Hotel, 57 East 57the St., New York, N.Y. It will feature Maurene Caplan Grey, a senior research analyst at Gartner, Michael Osterman of Osterman Research and Stephen Layne, chairman of United Messaging, sponsor of the seminar and provider of managed and professional services for Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino and iPlanet messaging applications.www.unitedmessaging.com To include your announcement in Quick Takes, e-mail Beth Quimby, news editor