- April 15, 2002
Average Domino users doubt they'll be seeing open-source code on their PCs anytime soon, but some may soon get a taste of Linux after all.
- April 13, 2002
He couldn't answer all of the great questions he received during his Apr. 3 SearchDomino Live Online Event, but Andrew Pollack, president of Northern Collaborative Technologies, answers more of your questions on dynamic Web content management here ...
- March 26, 2002
As Lotus Software is putting the finishing touches on Notes and Domino 6 in preparation for its release later this year, Lotus is also readying the accompanying certification guidelines. Recently SearchDomino spoke with Barbara Bowen, manager of ...
- March 25, 2002
ESNAhost.com's Domino hosting program for SMBs gets a makeover, Primus introduces a new Notes API for CRM integration, and Application Security sneak previews its upcoming Domino database security product.
- March 20, 2002
BT's Ignite division is now offering IBM Lotus messaging applications for small and medium-sized businesses. BT Ignite also offers managed Microsoft Exchange-based services but the Lotus package is cheaper and offers more variety of messaging ...
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- March 13, 2002
With most of the hubbub surrounding the beta release of Notes and Domino 6 involving Java Server Pages, Lotus Software's iNotes Web Access product has not received as much publicity. The browser-based client, which caused discord between Lotus and ...
- February 25, 2002
Domino contributes to Capitol calendaring improvements
- February 25, 2002
Quick Takes: Sybari launches partner program
- February 20, 2002
Support for Java Server Pages (JSPs) may turn up in the final release of Domino 6 after all. One source at Lotus told searchDomino that IBM has not decided whether to use a version of IBM's WebSphere application server or its own Garnet JSP engine. ...
- February 11, 2002
In this edition of Quick Takes, Ecora Software releases two new networking applications for Domino, Interliant unveils a new Domino monitoring service and iEnterprises releases a new Notes CRM tool.
- January 30, 2002
Rnext has a new name and a shipping timetable, but will it soon have a place in the majority of Domino organizations? It seems to be the main question facing attendees at Lotusphere 2002.
- January 28, 2002
Kicking off Lotusphere 2002, Lotus finally gave Rnext a name and a time frame for its release. It also made announcements in the Web services, Sametime and professional services arenas.
- January 24, 2002
Sure Mickey's cute, but doesn't the Magic Kingdom get old after a while? SearchDomino has an abundance of suggestions to help you turn your stay in the Sunshine State for Lotusphere into a working vacation that you'll remember.
- January 23, 2002
Devoted Domino enthusiasts have worried about the fate of their beloved platform for some time. Some fear IBM's WebSphere server will swallow Domino, but hope Lotus debunks those rumors at this year's Lotusphere.
- January 21, 2002
In this week's product roundup, Jagre lowers prices on its DXSuite Designer Tools, Teamstudio offers incentives to court customers, and Gallatin gives away its Domino marketing application.