- 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.
- July 13, 2004
The new Domino Messaging Express is intended for SMBs and comes with a discount for those dumping Exchange. An expert says it's more proof that Domino and the messaging market have a long life ahead.
- July 08, 2004
Over the years, the IBM/Lotus product strategy has undergone a roller coaster worth of twists and turns (remember Rnext,
When we published our editors' and experts' favorite Web sites earlier this month, members reacted with a mixed feelings. So we asked to hear from you.
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.
Most enterprises agree they can no longer simply dump old e-mail messages. Opinion varies, however, on just what to do with those mountains of messages.
Experts say WebSphere can offer Domino shops a number of useful features and functions, but not every environment requires those extra capabilities.
Here's our roundup of announcements from the Domino community.
CHICAGO -- Security was always the bugaboo that scared enterprises away from wireless data implementations. That changed in 1999, said Research In Motion (RIM) Ltd. president and co-CEO Mike Lazaridis, when his company launched the first iteration ...
Continuing from part one of this two-part series, Chuck Connell answers more ACL questions from SearchDomino.com members.
This two-part Q&A article offers a plethora of access control list (ACL) advice from our resident security and administration expert Chuck Connell. From customizing private and public ...
An email policy expert offers advice on how to limit messaging system vulnerabilities without breaking the bank.
Companies that don't have a sound e-mail policy open themselves up to potential lawsuits and public embarrassment. An expert offers insight on what your organization's plan should include.
The man who wrote the book on fighting spam said some of today's popular techniques work quite well, but others don't do the job.
Check here for a wrap-up of Enterprise Messaging Decisions 2004, including coverage of sessions featuring Lotus Notes creator Ray Ozzie and noted anti-spam and e-mail policy experts.