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  • September 26, 2001 26 Sep'01

    What's in a name? A clear signal, Lotus users say

    Lotus users make their feelings quite clear about the company's name change in a recent searchDomino poll and resulting comments from users.

  • September 17, 2001 17 Sep'01

    Quick Takes: Teamstudio takes the field

    Ives Development is now called Teamstudio; Granite Software releases its Domino-based reporting tool; Peoplestreet makes available self-updating electronic business cards for Notes.

  • September 10, 2001 10 Sep'01

    Quick Takes: Domino under the microscope

    4NF releases a new tool for analyzing Domino performance data; Celestix puts the Linux-based Aries Server for Domino on the market; Stellent has a Lotus-compatible XML conversion tool.

  • September 05, 2001 05 Sep'01

    Cisco boosts Unity for large-scale rollouts

    Cisco Systems has updated the unified messaging product it acquired from Active Voice last year, and plans to target companies in the Fortune 50 space for the first time.

  • August 29, 2001 29 Aug'01

    Quick Takes: Products updated

    Informio has released a new version of its SpeedMail and Captaris has updated its fax and document delivery software.

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  • August 24, 2001 24 Aug'01

    Know IT All Answer #2

    Were you correct? Today's Know IT All answer is:

    c. WebSphere

  • August 24, 2001 24 Aug'01

    Know IT All Answer #1

    Were you correct? Today's Know IT All answer is:

    c. iNotes Web Access

  • August 23, 2001 23 Aug'01

    Know IT All Answer #3

    Were you correct? Today's Know IT All answer is:

    d. knowledge management

  • August 22, 2001 22 Aug'01

    WebSphere: Tony Higham answers your questions

    A recent live discussion, "Best Practices for WebSphere," generated so many questions from audience members that not all could be answered by the end of the event. But guest speaker Tony Higham, director of IBM Technologies at RareMedium, provided ...

  • August 20, 2001 20 Aug'01

    Inktomi to integrate search in WebSphere

    Inktomi has signed a deal to integrate its enterprise search functionality into IBM's WebSphere Portal Server.

  • August 17, 2001 17 Aug'01

    AOL plays games with IM interoperability

    AOL Time Warner obviously feels it can throw regulators off the scent with the announcement this week that IBM's Lotus division is the mystery partner with which it's been testing instant messaging interoperability.

  • August 15, 2001 15 Aug'01

    Quick Takes: Formula language tool updated

    Jagre Inc. has updated its DXSuite Visual X formula language management tool and iemagine has added new accounting applications to its eimprove Webware Suite.

  • August 07, 2001 07 Aug'01

    Quick Takes: 'Auto-save' for Notes developers

    Ives Development releases a tool for Notes developers to help keep track of changes to a database; Inxight Software will provide features to the Lotus Discovery Server.

  • August 06, 2001 06 Aug'01

    For Documentum, Web services start with portals

    Documentum wants to be the repository for unstructured data, says CEO Dave De Walt.

  • July 25, 2001 25 Jul'01

    Quick takes: Changes and citations

    Casahl Technologies' Lotus Notes application integration tool received an accolade and several executives are on the move.

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