Lotus Notes Domino Administration
- January 22, 2007
If you like MySpace, you may have some interest in what Lotus has on tap for corporate customers.
- January 12, 2007
IBM offers a peek at the version 8.0 of Lotus Notes and Domino server coming later this year.
- November 02, 2005
SearchDomino.com readers say that metrics measuring Domino server crashes are useful only when tied to the server platform -- and then give real-world examples.
- September 29, 2005
For some admins, being on weekend call meant being confined to one's home. But technology now allows them to care take of server, desktop and even some database problems remotely.
- August 25, 2005
Lotus Notes/Domino veteran Alan Lepofsky has compiled a list of admin tools on his Web site. If you're looking to eliminate a few of your job's many headaches, check it out.
- July 19, 2005
While the lines between standalone communications applications continue to blur, a Burton analyst says real-time collaborative convergence is still just a vision.
- July 12, 2005
A third option for wireless service, in addition to iAnywhere and Blackberry, will soon be available to Lotus/Domino shops. Good Technology announced yesterday that its wireless push e-mail and PIM service will be available for Domino in the first ...
- June 22, 2005
For one week a year, professors teaching the iSeries on college campuses see how the other side lives -- at iSeries summer school in Rochester, Minn.
- June 16, 2005
It's a busy two weeks for Mathew Newman when he fields questions on Lotus Notes/Domino troubleshooting as TechTarget's Expert on Demand. Many of the questions are from admins.
- May 23, 2005
At last week's Admin2005 show in Boston, the thing SearchDomino heard over and over again was that administrators need control over what users do.
- February 17, 2005
This month's updates feature a help desk application from GWI Software, a new line of distance learning courses from The Learning Continuum Company, content publishing software for IBM Lotus Domino from SWING Software and more!
- January 31, 2005
This Lotusphere seemed to affirm the wisdom of the people that stood by the platform.