• Lotusphere 2002: Lotus christens Rnext

    Kicking off Lotusphere 2002, Lotus finally gave Rnext a name and a time frame for its release. It also made announcements in the Web services, Sametime and professional services arenas.

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  • Lotus Sametime saves law firm much time

    David Beckman was sick of having unwilling and unwanted office eavesdroppers. So he went on the prowl for a tool to make communication more instant, efficient ... and quiet!

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  • Consider IBM Lotus SameTime for UC, not just Microsoft OCS

    For a successful unified communications (UC) deployment, enterprises should consider their options beyond the popular Microsoft OCS. In this tip, Gary Audin discusses one such offering, IBM's Lotus SameTime.

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  • Sametime bots add muscle to IM

    Everyone from lawyers in the courtroom to salespeople out on a call can benefit from Sametime bots, programs embedded in the instant messaging client that perform user-defined searches.

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  • Give Sametime its due

    SearchDomino.com expert Steven Gerhardt thinks some organizations don't give Sametime its due. Sure, it's a corporate instant messaging tool. But after spearheading four Sametime installations, Gerhardt, vice president of Houston-based consultancy Ixion LLC, thinks an added value lies in its...

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  • Analyst, third-party vendors see bright future for Sametime

    Many companies realize that they'll need a corporate tool in place before internal messages wind up in the wrong hands. And that's what makes the time right Lotus' Sametime and partners offering add-ons.

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  • Competitors tread on Sametime’s turf

    Long the only game in town, Sametime now has some serious enterprise IM competition. So how does Lotus' tool stack up against offerings from Microsoft, AOL and Yahoo?

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  • Lotusphere: Different challenges define Sametime’s opportunities

    Lotus' Sametime product manager sizes up the enterprise instant messaging tool as the company braces for competition from another collaboration giant, Microsoft. Is the forthcoming Greenwich a big threat, and will enterprise IM systems ever play nicely with one another?

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