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  • May 12, 2005 12 May'05

    Messaging security pros get back to basics

    Messaging pros are focusing their security efforts on patching infrastructure holes, identity management and good old fashioned password maintenance.

  • May 11, 2005 11 May'05

    Five ways to regain control of your Domino mail files

    Andy Pedisich, president of Technotics Inc., tells administrators how they can resolve email problems.

  • May 11, 2005 11 May'05

    'Extremely critical' Firefox vulnerabilities

    Malcode writers could exploit two serious security holes in Firefox to launch sinister code and conduct cross-site scripting attacks. No patch is available, but there are workarounds.

  • May 11, 2005 11 May'05

    Serious Windows flaws remain unpatched

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

  • May 10, 2005 10 May'05

    Webmail seen as cure for troublesome e-mail clients

    If Web-based e-mail functionality increases as predicted, it could erase e-mail clients from millions of corporate desktops. That would be a boon for many e-mail administrators burdened by the complex and finicky clients.

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  • May 09, 2005 09 May'05

    Better UI tops Notes users' wish list

    If you could add one feature to Notes 7.x, what would it be? When IBM's Ed Brill asked that of visitors to his blog site, the predominant response was for a better user interface.

  • May 05, 2005 05 May'05

    Focus on WebSphere: MQ updates aim at simpler operation

    Today, big banks and the like are the main users of WebSphere MQ, but IBM says it is finding traction in small and midsized businesses [SMBs]. The latest release of MQ includes versions that target SMBs.

  • May 05, 2005 05 May'05

    Ambuj Goyal on Workplace, .NET opportunity for IBM (Parts 1 and 2)

    What's on the mind of the man who steers the course for IBM Lotus Workplace? Find out in this exclusive SearchDomino.com interview.

  • May 04, 2005 04 May'05

    Report: IT shops lax about logging

    New research suggests enterprises are taking a half-baked approach to log management, compromising security in the process.

  • May 03, 2005 03 May'05

    Viruses 'a thing of the past'

    Two quarterly reports from antivirus vendors McAfee and Kaspersky say mass-mailer viruses are no longer the biggest threat. But look out for bots.

  • May 02, 2005 02 May'05

    Authentic marketing is knowing what to make

    IBM says it would rather outsell Microsoft than out-market it. The Notes community thinks differently.

  • April 28, 2005 28 Apr'05

    Lotus IM coming to BlackBerry

    Lotus Instant Messaging capabilities will be available on BlackBerry wireless devices by year-end. The mobile version of Lotus IM will connect to Domino desktop clients and will mark the first time that the BlackBerry supports an enterprise-level IM...

  • April 28, 2005 28 Apr'05

    Admin2005 preview: Tips, tricks and a look at Notes/Domino Rel. 7

    Tips and techniques for real-world administration problems will complement details of upcoming Notes/Domino Release 7 at this conference in Boston.

  • April 19, 2005 19 Apr'05

    IBM doesn't like peer-to-peer

    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.

  • April 15, 2005 15 Apr'05

    New and Notesworthy: April 2005

    In this month's roundup of new Domino-related products, PistolStar updates Web Set Password, Teamstudio Script Browser emerges and Protea Tools releases an anti-virus program.

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