- December 19, 2003
IBM Lotus is coming out with another industry-specific edition of its J2EE-based Workplace line. And executives say this is only the beginning.
- December 18, 2003
Lotus Award winners for improvements in collaboration and productivity were announced today. The coveted Best in Lotusphere Showcase award will be named at next month's conference.
- December 17, 2003
Learn an IT concept in 10 easy steps: Instant Messaging in the Enterprise
- December 12, 2003
Here's a look at the new offerings aimed at Notes and Domino users.
- December 10, 2003
Web sites that offer contact e-mail addresses for site users also inadvertently expose the company employees to spam. Here's one way of taking care of the problem using Domino.
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- November 20, 2003
It's a beast. It's a scourge. It's preventing optimal productivity. It's spam. How big of a problem is unwanted e-mail industry-wide? What can you do to limit its entrance into your systems? What are the best weapons on the market for the fight? ...
- November 20, 2003
The spam problem may be worsening, but attendees at this week's Comdex discovered that technology is keeping pace.
- November 14, 2003
It's a busy month for the vendors serving the Notes/Domino market. Here's a look at the new products and services recently released.
- November 12, 2003
The new version, due out at the end of the month, makes it easier to develop and integrate Web portal technologies.
- November 12, 2003
Ambuj Goyal has a message for Domino die-hards: The messaging and development platform isn't disappearing, but don't look for IBM to feature it in any marketing campaigns anytime soon. The lifelong developer who took over as Lotus general manager in...
- November 10, 2003
This is the code to Tim Tripcony's tip Using DXL classes to create version control.
- November 05, 2003
It's releasing four new products for its next-generation platform and promising an aggressive rollout in the next year.
- November 04, 2003
It started with an innocent enough SearchDomino.com poll question: "How do you assign initial passwords to Notes IDs and Domino Web accounts?" When it was all said and done, however, resident security expert Chuck Connell ended up floored -- ...
- November 03, 2003
New team and collaboration components -- such as instant messaging, document management and threaded discussions -- are coming to Lotus' J2EE-based platform.
- October 23, 2003
When IBM acquired Lotus Development Corp. after a contentious struggle eight years ago, Big Blue proclaimed that its new subsidiary would be a linchpin of IBM's desktop strategy. Yet the Notes/Domino jewel that IBM acquired stands today at an ...