Ray Ozzie reminisces and envisions

Fifteen years ago tomorrow, on Dec. 7, 1989, at an event at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in Cambridge, Mass., Lotus Notes Release 1.0 was born. Thanks to IBM and thousands of its partners, a well-evolved Notes is still actively in use by more than 100 million people worldwide.
(and is #1 in the e-mail market, but I'm sure the readers know that ;))
Indeed, for many of us, the fundamental nature of work itself is changing--enabled by cheap, ubiquitous networking, communications, coordination and information-sharing technologies. The "virtual office" is more the norm than the exception.
Amen, brother.
Link: CNET: A technologist looks back, looks ahead >

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