Lotus Domino

This is what a wiki is for. I asked my team to compile a list of the xSPs who provide Domino hosting services globally. Because of the highly distributed nature of IBM's channel relationships, this turned out to be harder to do than I had hoped. Never mind the complexity, though, we have technolog...

Goodbye, Notes/Domino 7

April 30 2011

Today is the last day for support for Lotus Notes/Domino 7. First shipped in September, 2005, the Notes/Domino 7 release was primarily about integration at the server and incremental usability improvements in the client. Domino 7 featured the limited availability of NSFDB2, web services support, a L...

This IBM case study has been published for a couple of months, but admittedly, I hadn't seen it until yesterday. The solution highlights how an IBM business partner took the OpenNTF project DominoWiki and deployed it for a small Finnish logistics company. Great quote from the customer: "Some small...

We held a design review for Alloy, the IBM/SAP integration solution for Notes, a couple of weeks ago at our Massachusetts Labs. Darren Duke was one of the partners in attendance, and he summarized the meeting -- and the solution benefits of Alloy -- quite well:So what is Alloy? Well basically Alloy...

A story that will surprise from down under...The University of NSW Faculty of Medicine has developed an in-house student management system, dubbed eMed, which has remained cost competitive with commercial software for seven years and is now being extended into the Web 2.0 paradigm. As the core int...

Paranoid Android

November 9 2009

I was just reading Jens Bruntt's blog entry from last week, "Android synci'ing PIM with Lotus Traveler: TouchDown". This is just days after I held an internal review to discuss our plans for Lotus Notes Traveler in 8.5.2 and beyond. I can't blog those plans yet, but a portion of the discussion co...

A new "buzz page" on Notes/Domino 8.5 is up on ibm.com, highlighting areas of new value: Deliver IT performance Drive business value Improve user efficiency and experience Link: ibm.com: What's Coming in Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5...

An answer to one of the questions asked yesterday at the Minnesota Notes user group meeting...Notes.exe does the following three main things, then calls Nlnotes.exe: - it displays the splash screen - checks to see if Notes is already running (and aborts if so) - loads Qnc.exe if you have it configu...