Lotus Sametime Instant Messaging
- January 21, 2008
At Lotusphere 2008, IBM disclosed updates on Notes and Domino 8.5 and a mashup tool for end users.
- October 19, 2006
In litigation, email is still the No. 1 target of subpoenas for electronic records. But IMs and blogs are easily targeted, too, and need attention.
- July 17, 2006
Results of a recent Symantec survey suggest that nearly three out of every five organizations have not secured their instant messaging applications.
- April 18, 2006
Research shows a steady increase in threats that target unauthorized IM and peer-to-peer applications. Worse yet, most IT departments have no way of knowing the threats exist.
- July 27, 2005
Highlighting the convergence of telephony and desktop collaboration, IBM will integrate Avaya audio-based communication into its e-mail, Web conferencing and IM offerings.
- 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.
- May 23, 2005
In the Q&A portion of his live April 27 webcast, Mathew Newman answered many questions posed by attendees, but there were more that he didn't have...
- May 19, 2005
Messaging is absolutely mission-critical at IBM, and with IM and e-mail volume growing, issues related to scalability and security have become key trends in messaging systems in all industries, said Ambuj Goyal, providing a boost for IBM Lotus Notes...
- May 12, 2005
Messaging pros are focusing their security efforts on patching infrastructure holes, identity management and good old fashioned password maintenance.
- April 19, 2005
Some observers are saying that IBM doesn't offer a peer-to-peer technolology to compete with Groove, which Microsoft recently acquired. There's a reason.
- December 07, 2004
To combat attacks on enterprise networks delivered by rogue instant messages, software companies such as Microsoft, McAfee, AOL and Yahoo have thrown their support behind an IM threat center that promises to work in concert with other security ...
- June 29, 2004
ISVs are courting customers with incentives to grab market share following the departure of AOL and Yahoo from the market for enterprise-grade instant messaging technology.
- April 09, 2004
Instant messaging and Web conferencing applications will soon transform enterprise communication, according to International Data Corp.
- March 17, 2004
Messaging analysis firm Radicati Group estimates that businesses are willing to pay an average of $11.95 per user for corporate instant messaging. And while Lotus Instant Messaging (formerly called Sametime) has a healthy lead in the space, most ...