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Displaying items by tag: Lotus Notes

With Crossware Mail Signature, you can extend Lotus Notes email platform toautomatically include professional looking signatures and disclaimers onevery email leaving a company. Now compatible with Lotus Notes 8.5.3 andLotus Traveler!

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Tuesday, 08 November 2011 02:50

Resolve Completes the Set with NT Ombudsman

Resolve has completed its set of Ombudsmen Offices with the Ombudsman for the Northern Territory (Ombudsman NT) signing Resolve to develop their new Case Management System. This latest deal marks a significant milestone for the Australian software development company, having now secured all seven State and Territory Ombudsmen, as well as the Commonwealth Ombudsman. Several industry Ombudsmen also use Resolve.

Thursday, 13 October 2011 04:49

Satsuma Nets the Big Fish

Satsuma Solutions has appointed renowned technology entrepreneur Nick Fish as Sales Director and senior member of its executive steering committee.

Quest Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: QSFT) today released a new version of Notes Migrator for SharePoint, its solution for migrating Lotus Notes, Lotus QuickPlace/Quickr and Domino.Doc applications to SharePoint and SharePoint Online. The latest version streamlines the process of migrating to SharePoint 2010 and Microsoft Office 365, while providing high data fidelity and requiring fewer development resources.

Furniture giant Steinhoff Asia Pacific is replacing Lotus Notes with 1050 seats of Microsoft's Business Online Productivity Suite which it will access as a cloud service via Telstra's T-Suite starting in May.

Saturday, 11 September 2010 14:29

Gartner says Android to dominate smartphone market

New research and forecasting from Gartner suggests that Android will become the dominant mobile operating system in the near future. And while total unit sales will grow for all the players in this increasingly competitive market, Android will move from newcomer to leader in just five years.

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Steinhausen: Corporate email storage is growing at explosive rates and managing email storage has become one of the most important challenges. Capitalizing on FILEminimizer's zip-free compression technology balesio now offers a transparent client solution to conveniently optimize the size of e-mail attachments directly in Lotus Notes.

Saturday, 03 October 2009 01:39

IBM goes after Web-based e-mail market

IBM is challenging Google with a new business-oriented hosted e-mail service. LotusLive iNotes costs only US$3 per user per month, less than three-quarters of what the comparable (albeit more functional) Google service costs.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 24 September 2009 03:47

Lotus gaining against Microsoft, IBM claims

IBM is claiming a series of competitive wins against Microsoft. Big name companies are said to be choosing Lotus products over Microsoft's collaboration software.

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This week just past Microsoft was successfully granted a patent for "emotiflags" despite this idea being present in Lotus Notes years prior. Microsoft is even denying current Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie’s involvement.

Published in The Linux Distillery
For business users, mobile e-mail has become a must-have. Turn otherwise unproductive time to good use by keeping up with what’s happening. Yet in the battle of smartphones is the old trusty BlackBerry getting long in the tooth? Does the sexy iPhone challenger have what it takes to unseat RIM?

Published in The Linux Distillery
Ray Ozzie, the man behind Lotus Domino/Lotus Notes and now Bill Gates' replacement as Microsoft Chief Software Architect has voiced his take on Google Wave during an interview at Silicon Valley's Churchill Club. He claims Wave is anti-Web while Microsoft’s Live Mesh is web friendly.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Thursday, 09 April 2009 10:22

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5 docs online

Research In Motion (RIM) have been keeping tight-lipped on just precisely when the highly-awaited BES 5 will be available, but it must be imminent with RIM today loading administration and migration manuals onto their web site, as well as an interactive demo.

Tuesday, 20 January 2009 04:49

IBM Lotus grows cloud presence with LotusLive

IBM has announced the re-branding of its Lotus division's existing and future cloud services as LotusLive.

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In this podcast interview, IBM regional executive Jonathan Stern gives an update on the Lotus communication and collaboration products. Lotus sales are on a roll, not just for the re-architected Lotus Notes and Domino 8 but also for enterprise social software offerings and the popular free Lotus Symphony office suite.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Sunday, 07 December 2008 15:12

Why the IBM Linux desktop will fail

If one was to believe IBM, the days of the Microsoft desktop are numbered, soon to be cut short by a combination of Canonical's Ubuntu Linux, IBM's Lotus range of office applications and a virtual desktop from Virtual Bridges. The trouble is IBM's solution is nothing new and addresses none of the issues associated with moving away from Microsoft.

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IBM and Nokia have just announced that Lotus Notes Traveler is extended to support a range of S60-based Nokia mobile phones — those built on S60 third edition of the Symbian OS — thus providing a major alternative to Windows Mobile device support.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Wednesday, 12 November 2008 03:39

CommonTime releases mNotes for Symbian phones

Lotus Notes developer CommonTime has released its mNotes Lotus Notes mobile e-mail software for the Symbian platform, claiming to bring the best Lotus Notes mobile e-mail to Nokia E and Nokia N Series, Samsung INNOV8 and Samsung i7110.

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IBM has delivered on its promise of Lotus iNotes software for Apple's iPhone, so we iApologise for previous suggestions that there could be some iSlippage.

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Wednesday, 01 October 2008 12:16

Zimbra hooks up with Exchange

Interoperability between Zimbra Collaboration Suite and Microsoft Exchange 2003 is the promise of a new extension developed by Yahoo! subsidiary Zimbra.

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