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Messaging: Lotus Notes Domino R5 vs. Microsoft Exchange 5.5
This note compares the two leading collaborative messaging systems, Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange, in the areas of functionality, technology, cost, service

domino notes  Product Functionality Lotus Notes Domino R5 has a far higher Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) than Microsoft Exchange. A Lotus Notes seat will cost approximately $150 USD per year as opposed to an Exchange seat cost of approximately $70 USD per year. Administrators must remember that although Lotus Notes may cost more, it has greater functionality and technology than that of Exchange. Lotus has a more focused concentration on database functionality, data processing, and personalization; whereas Exchange is Read More...
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Lotus Notes R5 ~ A Breath of Fresh Air
Lotus Notes has just surpassed the 50,000,000-installed base mark, giving Microsoft’s Exchange server a good “run for the money”.

domino notes  overhead for administrators. The Domino Administrator contains six top-level tabs to aid in organizing and managing the Notes environment. The tabs are logically broken out into logical groupings. People and Groups - Central Administration point for User and Group Management Files - Central Administration point for all database and indexing management Servers - Central point of administration for all servers in a Notes environment Messaging- Central Administration for mail routing, mailbox limits and Read More...
Lotus Announces Domino R5 Release For Linux
Lotus Domino R5 for Linux is supported on two leading commercial distributions of Linux: Red Hat Linux 6.0 and Caldera OpenLinux.

domino notes  + Client Access Licenses Domino R5 Enterprise Server $4,995 + Client Access Licenses User Recommendations Given that Linux is an Open-Source operating system with multiple, free Unix based SMTP mail services such as Sendmail and Red Hat packaged mail services, the need for Notes on Linux is minimal. The advantage of Notes is strong database functionality and workflow. Presently most Linux mail and Internet Server usage are predominantly chosen for stability and cost. Given the high cost of Notes as an Read More...
Kasten Consulting AG Buys Majority Share of IntellAgent Control
IntellAgent Control Corp produces and supports enterprise relationship management solutions for the Lotus Notes Domino Platform and automates sales processes.

domino notes  for the Lotus Notes Domino Platform and automates sales processes. Prior to the acquisition, IntellAgent had an installed base of greater than 18,000 seats. Kasten is one of the premier Lotus partners in EMEA, with five locations in Germany. Kasten produces a wide variety of Lotus Notes based products and continues to acquire other Notes based organizations in order to continue its growth. User Recommendations On the surface, this looks like a good marriage for organizations utilizing Lotus Notes. Read More...
Novell to Play Catch-Up with GroupWise 5.5 Internet Enhancement Pack
Novell is positioning GroupWise to compete head to head with Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange by enhancing its Internet and administrative functionality.

domino notes  looks bleak. Lotus Notes Domino offers an integrated and stable web server capable of integrating with the Notes E-mail system and able to handle a production web site with Notes database integration. GroupWise is the second most expensive of the three messaging platforms at approximately $120 per client seat. The GroupWise 5.5 enhancement package retails for $20 per seat, increasing the overall total cost of ownership to just shy of $150 per seat, approximately $20 per seat less than Lotus Notes. In the Read More...
Microsoft Exchange 2000 Merits Cautious Optimism
The biggest Exchange 2000 issue is not technology, but detailed and structured planning.

domino notes  2000 $1,724 Lotus Notes Domino R5 $2,133 Novell GroupWise 5.5 $3,480 During the first three quarters of 1998, Exchange Server 5.5 outsold Lotus Notes Domino by greater than 700,000 client seats. (Source: EMMS Electronic Mail and Messaging Systems) and continues to take a greater share of corporate client sales. This is in part due to the necessity to upgrade non Y2K compliant mail systems such as cc:Mail and MS Mail. The Fortune 1000 has been surveyed by the Radicati Group to determine which messaging Read More...
iEnterprises
Winner of the 2008 IBM PartnerWorld Beacon Awards for best cross-industry solution, iEnterprises, Inc. is a commercial software developer offering as its chief

domino notes  its chief product the Domino-based customer relationship management (CRM) solution, iExtensions CRM. Nearly 10 years ago, iEnterprises began with a vision that CRM software should be affordable, easy to use, and easy to implement. The company offers desktop and wireless CRM solutions and has a value-building approach to generate return on investment (ROI) for its clients. Headquartered in Piscataway New Jersey (US), iEnterprises has hundreds of customers worldwide, including HoneyWell, Checkpoint, Read More...
HCIMS: Balm or Bomb for What Ails the US Health Care System?


domino notes  Balm or Bomb for What Ails the US Health Care System? Upon his inauguration, President Obama reiterated his campaign pledge that improving the US health care system is among the top issues to be addressed during his first term in office (and beyond). In response, many people are expressing support, as well as some degree of skepticism. At the forefront of Obama’s promise is that technology will play a key role in bringing about improvement: he initially vowed that $10 billion per year over the next Read More...
Attensity Analyze
Attensity Analyze gives customer service organizations the tools to analyze subscriber conversations across external media, including review sites, blogs

domino notes  Analyze Attensity Analyze gives customer service organizations the tools to analyze subscriber conversations across external media, including review sites, blogs, forums, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube videos, mainstream news sites, and others, as well as the free-form notes stored in internal sources such as customer relationship management or contact center notes, surveys, and incoming e-mail, and to relate those conversations to internal data on sales figures, inventory numbers, customer service Read More...
Oracle Moves Hyperion Enterprise Financial Planning and Budgeting to the Cloud
Oracle announced the general availability of its first enterprise performance management (EPM) solution offered in the cloud, Oracle Planning and Budgeting

domino notes  Moves Hyperion Enterprise Financial Planning and Budgeting to the Cloud Oracle announced the general availability of its first enterprise performance management (EPM) solution offered in the cloud, Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service, part of the Oracle Enterprise Planning Cloud portfolio. Part of the Oracle Cloud, the service is built on Oracle Hyperion Planning. The Oracle Cloud delivers a broad suite of subscription-based, enterprise-grade application, social, platform, and infrastructure Read More...
Oracle CRM
Oracle CRM On Demand is the newest release of Oracle's software-as-a-service. This CRM solution provides Web 2.0 collaboration capabilties and other features

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Sendmail Matures
In 1981, Eric Allman developed sendmail to route messages between disparate mail systems. Two years later, in 1983, sendmail version 4.2 was shipping with 18

domino notes  Matures Vendor Genesis In 1981, Eric Allman developed sendmail to route messages between disparate mail systems. Two years later, in 1983, sendmail version 4.2 was shipping with 18 different vendor UNIX systems. The product was primarily open-source coding, which allowed system administrators to add whatever custom configurations deemed necessary. This open-source code allowed sendmail to gain a strong following, which has continued to the present day. In 1991, Eric Allman unified the sendmail Read More...
Manhattan’s Footprint Grows With Intrepa Acquisition
Manhattan Associates acquires Intrepa LLC for $30 million. The result is a coupling of warehousing and distribution solutions.

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Second Generation IP Telephony
As much as 80 percent of day-to-day business activity is taken up by digitally-based messaging. Integrating telecommunications with your messaging environment

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