- August 19, 2004
This summer Lotus forgot to go on vacation, as News Editor Eric B. Parizo highlights a myriad of recent announcements from IBM's collaboration group.
- August 13, 2004
Developer John Vaughan says that like Radicati Group, many users were once disheartened by Lotus' strategy. But under Ambuj Goyal, the future for Notes and Domino looks bright.
- August 12, 2004
IBM Lotus on Wednesday previewed its collaboration tools of the future, including offerings to help workers stay organized, ease calendar management and execute business processes.
- August 11, 2004
Lotus will pull the plug on support for Notes and Domino R5 in September 2005, pledging to back the product for five more months than it had planned.
- August 10, 2004
Microsoft hopes interoperability deals with AOL and Yahoo will help the software giant take over the enterprise IM space, but its key competitor, Lotus, says interoperability is overrated.
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- August 05, 2004
Technology might make our lives easier, but it's also good for a yuck or two. Or 10. Actually, the list of the most bizarre tech-related stories from last year could be a longer and more convoluted mess than Mr. and Mrs. Liza Minelli's divorce ...
- August 02, 2004
Is Domino doomed or just evolving? Users are fuming over a recent Radicati report predicting dire consequences for Domino at the hands of Workplace. While Radicati defends its position, Lotus explains why it won't happen.
- July 30, 2004
The second beta edition of Lotus Notes and Domino 7 is now available for download from IBM.
- July 29, 2004
The market for online collaboration applications is hotter than ever, and an industry expert explains how users will soon benefit from better, easier-to-use products.
- July 25, 2004
While we only chose a small handful of Domino blogs for this Featured Topic, we'd like to mention and acknowledge the other dozens of wonderful Domino blogs on the Web.
- July 23, 2004
In our midsummer product and service update, IBM gives R5 a longer lease on life, IBM lauds TLCC's JSP course and Ideax offers Notes-like views for Web applications.
- July 22, 2004
The market for enterprise security products will double in the next four years, due in large part to concerns over e-mail-based threats, new research finds.
- July 21, 2004
BOSTON -- Nathaniel Borenstein's job description is simple: stop spam. Unfortunately, the job itself is anything but . As a distinguished engineer for IBM Lotus and creator of the MIME ...
- July 20, 2004
Big Blue is touting a set of programming tools designed to make it easier for corporate developers, as well as ISVs, to create customized add-ons for its Lotus Workplace desktop platform.
- July 15, 2004
A consultant has discovered three Java applet flaws in Lotus Notes that could expose sensitive data. IBM has not yet offered fixes, but Notes users can stay secure by disabling Java applets.