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  • Domino tutorials

    Use SearchDomino.com’s tutorials to navigate resources on top of mind topics such as IBM Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes, Messaging and Encryption, and Lotus Workplace.

  • Domino’s Pizza plans to move web services to the cloud

    After using cloud for testing and development apps, Domino’s Pizza is now looking to move its web services to the cloud

  • 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...)

  • CIO interview: Colin Rees, IT director, Domino's Pizza

    “I tend not to follow trend for trend’s sake,” says Colin Rees (pictured), IT director at Domino’s Pizza.

    This sums up the web veteran’s IT strategy – keep up with new technology trends, but when it comes to actual implementation,...

  • IBM Domino social edition combines email, social networking

    IBM Notes and Domino Social Edition rolls social tools into the familiar email experience, helping to boost enterprise social adoption.

  • Domino Mailbag: Notes/Domino clustering

    Our Notes/Domino administration expert answers our users' queries on upgrading to Domino 8.5 with clustered servers, using the Domino Internet Cluster manager and more.

  • Notes/Domino development advice

    Our Notes/Domino development expert answers questions on how to make sure a contact list doesn't get archived, how to total up documents in a view and more.

  • All about Domino Domain Monitoring

    Domino Domain Monitoring (DDM) is a versatile tool included in Notes/Domino 7.x and higher that monitors events registered during the Domino server logging process, arranges those events according to level of severity and suggests how to fix...

  • Getting started with hardening Domino

    Confident that your Domino environment could withstand a serious attack? Apply these best practices when assessing the strength of your Domino security.

  • Domino security vulnerabilities to watch for

    While often overlooked, Domino is susceptible to an array of Web-centric security vulnerabilities, such as cross-site scripting flaws, anonymous authentication and a lack of SSL enforcement.

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