- October 15, 2003
New SearchDomino.com research reveals just how many Domino shops are making the move to ND6, as well where they're coming from and what's compelling them to upgrade.
- October 15, 2003
Upgrading to ND6 isn't supposed to be a monumental task. We asked some industry experts to give us some rules of thumb for making a smooth migration.
- October 14, 2003
In exclusive SearchDomino.com research, users sound off on their satisfaction with Domino, WebSphere and Lotus' strategy.
- October 13, 2003
Is IBM Lotus on the right track? These articles shed light on what you and your peers think of Lotus and its plans for Domino.
- October 09, 2003
Where is the data center going? Browse through our collection of resources for a look into the next generation of high-performance computing architectures.
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- October 01, 2003
Some big-name shops are taking advantage of FlowBuilder XML, a development environment and conversion tool for legacy Notes workflow apps.
- September 29, 2003
The eleventh annual event hits Disney World on Jan. 25, 2004. Lotus is offering discounts for those who sign up early.
- September 24, 2003
In five years, analysts forecast, there will be 349 million business IM accounts and new embedded IM capabilities. Do you have your company's IM environment ready?
- September 22, 2003
For a limited time, companies that migrate to the new Notes and Domino 6.5 will receive incentives. ND 6.5 will be available for download on Sept. 30.
- September 19, 2003
Pre-register today for Tuesday's webcast by IBM Lotus' Barbara Bowen and don't miss your chance to learn more about Lotus certification! Pre-register today for this ...
- September 12, 2003
The month's Domino-related announcements features news from MK Net.Work, Avalon Business Systems, iEnterprises, The Learning Continuum Company, Coolidge Development and PistolStar.
- September 11, 2003
Ahh, don't you just love the taste of Nigerian spam? Most people don't fall for that "I'm a prince, send me money now, and I'll reward you later" scam, and at least one person decided to have a little fun at the spammer's expense.
- September 09, 2003
Investments in key technologies today could spare your systems the burden of massive messaging growth, estimated at 40% per year.
- September 08, 2003
The new Notes 6.5 has a lot of snazzy end-user enhancements, most notably integration with Lotus Instant Messaging (Sametime).
- September 07, 2003
SearchDomino.com recently asked its members where they store their certifier IDs. Chuck Connell analyses the poll results and user comments and offers his advice on storing certifier IDs.