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March 22, 2009  3:46 PM

REVIEW :: Survival Guide for Lotus Notes and Domino Administrators



Posted by: David Vasta
Book Review, Domino Administrator, Lotus, Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes

LINK :: Survival Guide for Lotus Notes and Domino Administrators (Hardcover)

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January 28, 2009  3:43 PM

Lotus Notes to Sharepoint Blog



Posted by: David Vasta
David on Lotus, Lotus Development, Lotus Notes, Microsoft, Migrations, Sharepoint

I have been reading as much as I can about Sharepoint and why it just is no comparison to Lotus Domino Application Development. There is a blog out there that is pointing all this out and I think the person posting is at the end of his or her rope and posted this recently: "My time is either...


January 27, 2009  3:08 PM

Moving from Lotus to Exchange is costly and a step backwards



Posted by: David Vasta
Cost Cutting, David on IT, Fools move to Microsoft, Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes, Lower Cost, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Outlook, ROI

You don't need to tell me anything about how much a move from Lotus Domino/Note to Microsoft Exchange/Outlook is going to cost these days. It's going to be expensive. Even with a light investment in Lotus and only  few production DBs, an average company is not prepared for the cost involved. I...


December 22, 2008  9:46 PM

Why isn’t IBM building things like this for the IBM i?



Posted by: David Vasta
David on IBM i, i, IBM i, IBM News, Lotus, Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes

We need sales to go up, we need exposure to go up, we need education to go up and we need CIOs to know that the IBM i is the most reliable, dependable and most ROI system on the planet! Yet if you were to look at what IBM is doing to get that word out you would think they were the ones needing the...


December 22, 2008  2:13 PM

Happy Birthday Planet Lotus



Posted by: David Vasta
Lotus, Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes

Happy birthday PlanetLotus.org and to Yancy. It's one year old and is  hub for all things Lotus in the world today.


December 22, 2008  2:10 PM

Open Source Lotus Domino



Posted by: David Vasta
Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes, Open source

There is chatter in the Lotus Community about some people wanting IBM to open source Lotus Domino. There are two sides to this issue and I think that both sides have decent points. I fall on the side of NO, and IBM should do more to promote and sell the application server than they do now and make...


December 9, 2008  6:49 PM

7 Things IT Managers Should Know about Lotus Notes – by Thomas Duff



Posted by: David Vasta
Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes

LINK :: 7 Things IT Managers Should Know about Lotus Notes - by Thomas Duff Duffbert, as we call him in the Lotus Community, has written a very nice article for CIO that...


September 30, 2008  3:50 PM

Life Hacker – Lotus Notes on the iPhone



Posted by: David Vasta
Apple, IBM News, iPhone, Lotus, Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes

Link :: LifeHacker - Lotus Ultra lite on the iPhone I know I am a little Notes heavy today but it's important. Lotus is supported on many platforms including the IBM i and today I...


August 1, 2008  6:26 AM

IBM Growth in Emerging Markets Fuels Lotus Momentum – Ed Brill – IBM – Lotus



Posted by: David Vasta
Exchange, IBM News, Lotus, Lotus Domino, Lotus Notes, Lotus Symphony

Link to Marketwire - IBM Growth in Emerging Markets Fuels Lotus Momentum Ed Brill is blogging about the IBM/Lotus growth as well. I think as Lotus people we have all known for years that this was going...


July 8, 2008  12:47 PM

Sync your Mac & your iPhone all with Lotus Notes – PocketMac



Posted by: David Vasta
David on Apple, Lotus, Lotus Notes

So you are a Mac user, and for that you're smart, then you are being told to use Lotus Notes and as a Mac user that makes you crazy for all the right reasons. You can't use Spotlight to search and I again know your pain. But the problem is you're still on a Mac, you have Lotus Notes and your trusty...


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