• IT shops mull new IBM office apps option, Symphony

    Windows shops could have an alternative to costly Microsoft Office with IBM's free Lotus Symphony, which includes document sharing, spreadsheets and presentation applications.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries community pins hopes on Zollar

    Few tears will be shed over Buell Duncan's departure from his position as iSeries chief, but some wonder whether his replacement, Lotus' executive Al Zollar, has the political clout to do what Duncan couldn't or wouldn't do.

    SearchCIO4,510 pointsBadges:
  • IBM Lotus: Domino isn’t doomed

    At Lotusphere, expect to find a Domino-upgrade road map that takes shops through 2005. Will users see a bright functional future for Domino, or an attempt at damage control?

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: ‘Auto-save’ for Notes developers

    Ives Development releases a tool for Notes developers to help keep track of changes to a database; Inxight Software will provide features to the Lotus Discovery Server.

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:
  • Al Zollar: Integrity from the top

    Lotus GM Al Zollar has weathered parent IBM's changes like a true company man, but is still driven to make Lotus known for more than just Notes. He tells searchDomino what makes him proudest after nearly two years on the job.

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:
  • Breaking down your LotusLive options

    Get a summary of the various LotusLive products and decide whether the price charged is worth what you get in return.

    searchdomino4,660 pointsBadges:
  • Strategy update: The Lotus position

    The powers that be at Lotus are taking great pains to convince users of three things: IBM cross-brand integration is good, open standards are the future, and Domino's days as a development platform aren't numbered. Yet more than a few skeptics remained among the roughly 5,000 attendees at...

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:
  • Partners shoulder hopes for Domino’s future

    The IBM Lotus partner program has had its share of ups and downs, but a renewed effort to support smaller partners and help them utilize all of IBM's resources is already receiving a warm reception.

    Eric Parizo2,595 pointsBadges:
  • IBM reports results: Middleware is up, while Lotus is middling

    Lotus has lagged for IBM recently. The company's CFO expects that to change for a group he said was in a product transition.

    Jack Vaughan3,135 pointsBadges:
  • IBM Lotus delivers low-end e-mail for the ‘deskless’

    IBM Lotus' new low-end messaging product is out of the gate. Released today, Workplace Messaging is the company's first e-mail system built on WebSphere and DB2.

    searchsecurity21,105 pointsBadges:

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