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  • iNotes (iNotes Web Access)

    iNotes (short for iNotes Web Access) allows Lotus Domino users to access their Domino-based mail, calendar, schedule, to-do lists, contact lists, and notebooks from any computer, at any location, as long as they have an Internet connection.

  • Domino

    Domino is the name of the applications and messaging server program for the Lotus Corporation's Lotus Notes product, a sophisticated groupware application that is installed in many corporations. (Continued...)

  • LotusScript

    LotusScript is a script language for use in a Lotus Notes client program or as a scheduled agent within a Domino server program. It can be compared to JavaScript, the script language for use in a Web page. (Continued...)

  • Basic security considerations for a Domino/WebSphere system

    Learn about three major security requirements for a WebSphere Portal server connecting to Lotus Team Workplace and Lotus Instant Messaging and Web Conferencing.

  • SIMPLE (SIP for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions)

    SIMPLE is an add-on to the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) that some industry insiders predict will be the basis for a new Instant Messaging and Presence Protocol (IMPP).

  • WebSphere

    WebSphere is a set of Java-based tools from IBM that allow customers to create and manage sophisticated business Web sites. The central WebSphere tool is the WebSphere Application Server (WAS), an application server that a customer can use to connect Web site users with Java applications or servlets.

  • application clustering (software clustering)

    Application clustering (sometimes called software clustering) is a method of turning multiple computer servers into a cluster (a group of servers that acts like a single system).

  • IM bot

    An IM bot is a chatterbot program that uses instant messaging (IM) as an application interface.

  • contextual collaboration

    Contextual collaboration is a new approach to collaborative software that involves embedding all the relevant applications, such as word processors, enterprise instant messaging (EIM), shared calendars, and groupware, into a unified user interface that uses presence technology to enhance collaboration.

  • real-time collaboration

    Real-time collaboration is using the Internet and presence technology to communicate with co-workers as if they were in the same room, even if they are located on the other side of the world.

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  • Compliance gets more expensive for IT budgets

    New study shows IT spending has increased in order to keep pace with the growing demands of Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations. Analysts predict that this may lead to the canceling of other projects.

  • Choosing Linux and still clinging on to Microsoft, part 2

    Choosing Linux is not an all-or-nothing option. Thanks to some handy tools, IT managers can let some users cling to some Microsoft applications, even if their desktops and servers run on Linux

  • Collaboration suites rise at expense of point releases

    IBM Lotus, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP are among those building collaboration features into the heart of their respective software platforms to meet customer demands for lower ownership costs, according to new research.

  • Domino 6.5 training/certification resources

  • DB2 meets security standards, outlines patch releases

    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.

  • Developer University: Domino, Java and J2EE

    If you work with Domino, you need to know more than Domino. Our Domino, Java and J2EE Developer University provides resources, definitions, articles, tips, webcasts and other advice on all three topics -- all in one place.

  • Developer to IBM: Keep it simple

    I know that there is a growing disdain for the approach that IBM is taking in advancing a Workplace-based, WebSphere-driven future for Lotus Notes. IBM Lotus' VP of Development Mike Rhodin is basically saying that the future of Notes is just another data store for the front end, similar in applied usage to DB2. Others are saying that Notes will remain a central component of the developing portal solution, and that there is nothing to fear.

  • Developer to IBM: Keep it simple

    Senior developer Andrew Young offers his own thoughts on IBM Lotus: "I know that there is a growing disdain for the approach that IBM is taking in advancing a Workplace-based, WebSphere-driven future for Lotus Notes. IBM Lotus' VP of Development Mike Rhodin is basically saying that the future of Notes is just another data store for the front end, similar in applied usage to DB2. Others are saying that Notes will remain a central component of the developing portal solution, and that there is nothing to fear."

  • Developer muses on the Domino of tomorrow

    Domino developer John Vaughan states his thoughts on where IBM is taking the Notes platform. His outlook on the future of Domino is a lot clearer since having attended Lotusphere.

  • Can I quote you on that? The top IT quotes of 2003

    They're some of the most notable quotables from IT in 2003 -- from Linus Torvalds ripping into SCO to a Microsoft manager's surprisingly "kind words" for open source.

  • VIEW MORE ON : Domino Resources - Part 3
  • How to delete Lotus Notes groups and users from the Domino Directory

    Learn how to delete Lotus Notes groups and users from the Domino Directory with just a few steps.

  • IBM Workplace gets an add-on dashboard for everyone

    IBM has quietly put an "executive dashboard for everybody" into beta and plans to roll it out in mid-October.

  • Oracle to buy CRM juggernaut Siebel

    Oracle will become the world's largest provider of customer relationship management software once it completes this $5.85 billion deal.

  • IBM, DTCC integrate legacy financial applications

    The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. consolidated 70 Assembler and COBOL apps with IBM's new WebSphere data integration suite. Is this a big gamble for Big Iron?

  • IBM looks to 'open' hardware

    Not content with just open software, IBM is setting its sights on open hardware with the help of Power.org.

  • Regulations bite into the bottom line

    Now that most companies are meeting their compliance mandates, will IT security spending take a hit?

  • Viewing all activities on the same line

  • Serious Windows flaws remain unpatched

    A patch issued Tuesday offers a fix for an "important" Windows vulnerability, but more serious security holes remain.

  • Lights, camera, collaboration! Q&A with David Marshak

    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 team collaboration as his beat, his goal is to make sure all of IBM's collaboration technologies find a fit in the market. Include instant messaging (IM), gateways between IM systems, Web conferencing, audio and video integration, and, perhaps most importantly, team space technologies such as Activity Explorer as his areas of concern. Marshak recently sat down with Associate Editor Peter Bochner to explain IBM's philosophy and strategy in real-time and team collaboration. Here is Part 1 of the interview.

  • What does Groove purchase mean to collaboration?

    John Vaughan asked Notes notables to share perspectives on Microsoft's recent purchase of Groove Networks, and its hiring of Notes' creator Ray Ozzie.

  • VIEW MORE ON : Domino Resources - Part 7