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Quick Takes: Lotus CTO moves on

Lotus CTO moves to United Messaging

United Messaging, an enterprise messaging solutions provider, West Chester, Pa., has appointed Nick Shelness as its chief technology officer. Shelness is former chief technology officer for Lotus Development Corp. He will be responsible for setting the technological vision for the company and providing solutions in product development, strategic planning and partnership development across Lotus, iPanet and Microsoft platforms, the company said.

McAfree anti-virus solution gets Lotus certification

The McAfee GroupShield solution for Domino has received Lotus Domino certification. McAfee, a Network Associates Inc. business in Santa Clara, Calif., worked closely with Lotus Development Corp., Cambridge, Mass., to develop the groupware protection for Domino and Notes e-mail environments. The McAfee GroupShield product for Domino has been accredited by Lotus for its high degree of competency in the Lotus Domino environment, the company said.

Knowledge Management conference on tap

Registration has opened for InfoToday 2001, a conference and exhibit on electronic information and knowledge management, May 15 to 17, at the New York Hilton Hotel and Towers, New York, N.Y. Conference presenters include Robert E. Kahn, Corporation for National Research Initiatives, and David Snowden, director, IBM's Institute for Knowledge Management. More than 100 companies from the information service and knowledge management industry will exhibit and free workshops will be offered. Conference organizer is Information Today Inc.

Iemagine adds SpeedWork application

Iemagine, a Chicago applications services provider, has added SpeedWork, a Domino-based work-management application, to its Rent & Ready! Instant Webware Suite for use in applications services provider environments. Iemagine will port SpeedWork, to the Lotus Hosting Management System. It will be available in 15 languages. SpeedWork, software developed by The SpeedWork Company, Sudbury, Mass., enables people to manage their work through task portals and includes tools for goal setting, budgeting, progress tracking, group interaction and communication.

Knowledge Management buys Raging Knowledge

Knowledge Management Software of Manchester, England, is buying Raging Knowledge, a Web-based tacit knowledge management software company in South Norwalk, Conn. Raging Knowledge, founded in 1999, makes software to enable organizations to tap into the tacit or existing knowledge of its employees. It has about 15 employees. KMS, founded in 1991, was originally a software house operating in the business intelligence market. It now has offices throughout the United States and the United Kingdom and employs about 180 people.

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