- January 11, 2005
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.
- January 05, 2005
Choosing Linux is not an all-or-nothing option. Thanks to some handy tools, IT managers can let some users cling to some Microsoft applications, even if their desktops and servers run on Linux
- January 05, 2005
The 12th edition of Lotusphere will carefully mix technology 'futures' with 'here-and-now' information. The program should redress some aspects of Lotusphere 2004, where attention focused on the hot new Workplace line.
- January 04, 2005
IBM's 2004 purchase of Venetica will interest some Lotus shops. Venetica's middleware can connect apps to digital assets that are stored in Lotus Notes.
- December 21, 2004
Workplace was the big news in the world of IBM Lotus in 2004. A Q&A with Gartner's Tom Austin helps illuminate this 'star in the making.
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- December 20, 2004
TechTarget group publisher Paul Gillin offers up his annual predictions for the year ahead, and forecasts a pay hike for IT pros, a potential new owner for Apple and the rise of Linux, spyware and searching on the desktop.
- December 16, 2004
This month's updates feature a BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.0 for IBM Lotus Domino, content management software from Kryos Systems, Modular Messaging 2.0 from Avaya and more.
- December 15, 2004
Converged communications in enterprise networks is inevitable -- and already happening in some places. It's up to IT to determine how it can be accommodated in an existing infrastructure.
- December 14, 2004
IBM Lotus, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP are among those building collaboration features into the heart of their respective software platforms to meet customer demands for lower ownership costs, according to new research.
- December 13, 2004
Sifting through the publicly released e-mails of scandal-plagued Enron, it's clear that bad accounting wasn't the only problem the energy company had. Experts say it's a lesson on how not to manage corporate messaging.
- 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 ...
- December 07, 2004
Spam and malware have long plagued administrators. There is always more to come. Now it is phishing. As a result, server masters must tweak their own rule sets, or look to vendors.
- November 29, 2004
The NotesBench Consortium conducted a benchmark that showed IBM's new high-end eServer i5 595 hardware capable of handling 175,000 concurrent NotesBench R6 Mail users.
- November 24, 2004
IBM said it has forged Workplace deals with 100 ISVs, and that it can claim over 1 million users on the client side of its Workplace computing effort. But many developers are just starting to get going on Workplace.
- November 23, 2004
IBM announced that at least 100 independent software vendors have built applications to run on its new Workplace platform.