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August 16, 2010  5:15 PM

DBAs need to take control of Wikis

imurphy Profile: imurphy
Apple, Collaboration, DBA, Lotus Domino, wiki

Delivering cost-effective and maintainable content is not easy. Companies have spent literally hundreds of millions of pounds worldwide on websites, content management systems (CMS), hosting sites and bandwidth. Despite this, many companies freely admit...

January 22, 2009  5:46 PM

Lotusphere buzz

jdegiorgio Profile: jdegiorgio
IBM, Lotuslive, Lotusphere, Picciano, Symphony

This is my tenth Lotusphere and I have to say that the energy and buzz this year has been high.  Higher than it has been for many years.  So, what's behind it?

I do not think there is one single thing that one can point at on its own but rather it is a series of things.


January 21, 2009  7:02 AM

IBM Listens

jdegiorgio Profile: jdegiorgio
IBM, Lotus, Lotus Software, Lotusphere

It is not often that one reads the words "IBM" and "listens" in the same sentence but I have to say that I have the evidence.

Tuesday is the second main day of the Lotusphere conference and is traditionally packed tight with detailed sessions on a vast range of topics related to Lotus...


January 18, 2009  9:40 PM

Is yellow the new black? (Lotusphere – Lotus business partner community)

jdegiorgio Profile: jdegiorgio
Collaboration, Lotus, Lotus Software, Lotusphere

Lotusphere, the main IBM Lotus event of the year held annually in Orlando, starts ramping up for its main launch on Monday at 10:00, Sunday was Business Development day dedicated to the vibrant Lotus Business Partner community.

Not many communities have the level of camaraderie of the...


February 8, 2008  9:29 PM

Poor service from IBM: Big Blue shows its true colours

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
Aok, ChangeBase, Domino, Lotus, vista

I'm rather annoyed with IBM. A few weeks ago, around the time of Lotusphere, I wanted to find out whether the Lotus 6.5.x client would run on Windows Vista. I felt this was not an unreasonable thing to ask, given that IBM states on its


October 12, 2007  7:28 PM

Oracle Buying BEA: what’s that say about Fusion?

Cliff Saran Profile: Cliff Saran
BEA, Fusion, IBM, Oracle, WebLogic, WebSphere

The big news today is Oracle has plans to acquire BEA. BEA's flagship product, WebLogic is a direct rival to Oracle's Fusion middleware, on which it has based its entire service oriented...


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