• February 17, 2005 17 Feb'05

    IBM to pump $100 million into Linux for Workplace

    IBM is betting big on tighter integration between its far-reaching messaging and collaboration suite and the open source operating system, industry watchers say.

  • February 17, 2005 17 Feb'05

    New and Notesworthy: February 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!

  • February 02, 2005 02 Feb'05

    Get your shades: Lotus looks bright again

    Writer John Vaughan looks back at Lotusphere 2005 and sees good stuff. Some fellows in the Order of Lotus Bloggers also chime in.

  • February 01, 2005 01 Feb'05

    Fontaine on messaging met with Arthur Fontaine at Lotusphere, and the topic was Notes/Domino and its strategic position versus competitive Microsoft messaging products.

  • January 31, 2005 31 Jan'05

    Comment: Full tilt ahead!

    This Lotusphere seemed to affirm the wisdom of the people that stood by the platform.

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  • January 31, 2005 31 Jan'05

    Lotus-related ISV programs gain new attention

    At Lotusphere last week, IBM rolled out new marketing resources to Lotus Business Partners.

  • January 26, 2005 26 Jan'05

    Lotus Notes, Workplace said to boost users on the edge

    Ray Ozzie says the war between central IT and software users is entering a new stage. IBM says that plays fine with its view of Workplace software.

  • January 25, 2005 25 Jan'05

    IBM's Goyal challenges Microsoft at Lotusphere

    IBM worked to reinvigorate its Notes Domino partner and developer armies at this year's Lotusphere. Microsoft's E12 came in for special attention.

  • January 24, 2005 24 Jan'05

    Lotusphere 2005: Domino Designer lead Leland talks about Workplace Designer

    Following form: Lotus tool guru Maureen Leland is taking some traits from Domino Designer forward into new Workplace Designer

  • January 24, 2005 24 Jan'05

    IBM reports results: Middleware is up, while Lotus is middling

    Lotus has lagged for IBM recently. The company's CFO expects that to change for a group he said was in a product transition.

  • January 21, 2005 21 Jan'05

    Newsmaker: Ambuj Goyal

    How big can Workplace become? Much depends on the leader IBM chose to push Workplace forward. Ambuj Goyal faces some reluctance on the part of the Lotus installed base, as well as difficult competition, as he promotes the platform.

  • January 20, 2005 20 Jan'05

    New and Notesworthy, January 2005

    This month's updates feature a new version of Control! from DYS Analytics, Inc., an e-mail archive tool from Avalon Business Systems and much more!

  • January 14, 2005 14 Jan'05

    Look back in Java: The Java vs LotusScript opinion page

    Last year, asked several experts how LotusScript and Java played together in the real world of Lotus Domino development. On the eve of Lotusphere 2005, we thought it was worthwhile to revisit this discussion.

  • January 13, 2005 13 Jan'05

    IBM Lotus delivers Web content management for SMBs

    Recently, IBM moved to spread use of its IBM Workplace Web Content Management software via a Standard Edition aimed at small- and medium-size businesses (SMBs).

  • January 11, 2005 11 Jan'05

    Notes outsourcing: Where and when

    As in other areas of IT, outsourcing of Notes and Domino administration and maintenance is something of a trend. Surprisingly, this may be truer in small firms, where fewer desktops are being administered.




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