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- June 26, 2003
This Domino developer found himself on a support call with a naive user. Find out what happens to our hero when someone can't differentiate between paper and electronic documents.
- June 26, 2003
Resident security expert Chuck Connell describes the process of conducting an HIPAA security audit.
- June 20, 2003
SearchDomino.com experts weigh in the Lotus and Domino vs. Microsoft and Exchange fistfight. Or is it a fistfight? Can the two powerhouses play nice? Make your own decision from these expert responses.
- June 13, 2003
SearchDomino.com wraps up the month's announcements from the Notes and Domino community.
Sponsored by IBM - Now is the time to fully embrace SAP modernization. There is simply too much value in the data contained within SAP applications for any enterprise to risk missing out on potential digital transformation opportunities. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Every enterprise has dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of applications developed through traditional methodologies. Whether those applications were created by internal developers or purchased off the shelf from software publishers, it’s highly likely they were built and deployed using tools and processes that have been around for years. See More
Sponsored by IBM - Enterprise IT teams must do everything in their power to minimize downtime of business-critical SAP applications and ensure they can recover quickly, reliably and securely in the event of a disaster or other emergency. With enterprises fully embracing digital transformation, big data analytics, the Internet of Things and other innovations, they are more dependent than ever on the availability of their SAP environments. See More
Sponsored by IBM - If you’ve committed your organization to cloud-native application development, you’re in good company. Research indicates organizations that take an aggressive pace in adopting cloud-native development are more likely than their less-ambitious peers to report higher revenues. As a result, more and more development efforts are now being envisioned and engineered to be cloud-native from the start, and many of those programs represent an organization’s first foray into the cloud-native development process. See More
- June 05, 2003
This tutorial is for Domino/Notes administrators who want control over spam or junk mail.
- May 28, 2003
Here is part 3 of Maureen Leland's answers to your questions from SearchDomino.com's recent Lotus Live! Series webcast with IBM/Lotus' Maureen Leland on Domino Designer 6.
- May 19, 2003
IBM Lotus' new low-end messaging product is out of the gate. Released today, Workplace Messaging is the company's first e-mail system built on WebSphere and DB2.
- May 15, 2003
Here are more answers to your questions from SearchDomino.com's recent Lotus Live! Series webcast with IBM/Lotus' Maureen Leland on Domino Designer 6. To view the webcast archive, click here.
- May 14, 2003
SearchDomino.com recently featured a Lotus Live! Series webcast with IBM/Lotus' lead Domino Designer 6 software architect Maureen Leland. She wasn't able to answer all of your questions during the live webcast, so she answered them offline. To view ...
- May 09, 2003
Who's out with new Notes and Domino-related tools? Antigen, Angel Infinity, IONET, PistolStar, Ecora and SNAPPS are a few of the third-party suppliers making product news.
- May 06, 2003
Most admins will tell you that spam is a big problem. Now Radicati Group has figured out what spam is really costing you.
- May 01, 2003
Look for Lotus to devote more energy to bringing messaging products to underserved workers. At Admin2003, a Lotus exec discussed plans to go beyond the "deskless" employee.
- April 18, 2003
Can't get your CIO to sign off on a migration to the latest Notes/Domino release? There are plenty of reasons to upgrade.
- April 17, 2003
This Domino network manager was trying to help an admin get his server running. The Admin learned the hard way that Domino doesn't give warning messages for nothing, and that it's more restrictive than a bouncer at Studio 54 when it comes to access.