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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

lotus notes domino r5  Lotus Notes Domino R5 vs. Microsoft Exchange 5.5 Overview The subject of this note is the never-ending question within collaborative messaging, What's better, Notes or Exchange? Generally, this question is answered from an emotional perspective, based entirely on the specific administrator's and/or end users comfort level. There is no one correct answer, both messaging servers excel in specific areas and pale in others. The contents of this note will pit the two systems against each other in 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”.

lotus notes domino r5  Fresh Air Product Background Lotus Notes first began shipping in 1989, seven years after the release of Microsoft's MS-DOS operating system. Release 1.0 was fully integrated into a Local Area Network (LAN) enabling the first collaborative client/server messaging system. In its first year on the marketplace Notes 1.0 sold over 35,000 client seats, and sales would only escalate from that point on. The second revision of Notes was 1.1 and began shipping in 1990. Release 1.1 enabled portability to support Read More
Analysis of Active Voice's Acquisition of PhoneSoft, Inc.
Active Voice will integrate all of PhoneSoft's functionality into their existing

lotus notes domino r5  and interoperability with the Lotus Notes Domino platform. ActiveVoice does not have a product specific to Lotus Notes at the present time. With Lotus' recent announcement of 50,000,000 installed clients, Lotus offers a rich environment for 3rd party software. ActiveVoice is acquiring PhoneSoft so that it can sell into one of the richest collaborative messaging server arenas in the world. Active Voice will integrate all of PhoneSoft's functionality into its existing Unity voice-messaging product to 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.

lotus notes domino r5  NT, NetWare and Unix. Lotus Notes Domino R5 will be among the first enterprise-based applications to provide support for Linux. Given Domino's popularity, the Linux operating system will be given a boost, as it will begin to be viewed more strongly as an enterprise ready, low cost system (see Figure 1). Lotus will not make Domino R5 Linux available for another 30 days and will ship it in the quarterly R5 update. Figure 1: Domino for Linux Pricing Product Retail Pricing Domino R5 Mail Server $695 + Client Read More
Active Voice’s Unity ~ In Pursuit of the Perfect Unified Messaging Solution
Throughout the past seventeen years Active Voice has enjoyed considerable growth and success developing Unified Messaging solutions for major collaborative

lotus notes domino r5  unified messaging for the Lotus Notes Domino R5 server. Active Voice must spend more revenue on promoting 'Unity' as a complete Unified Messaging Solution in order to increase the Unity install base. As with all Unified Messaging products, the text to speech recognition engine is rather monotone, slow and not without the occasional mistake. This technology will improve over time but more R&D dollars must be put towards it. BOTTOM LINE Vendor Recommendations At the present time Active Voice is doing a Read More
A More Social IBM (for Enterprises, at Least)
On November 8, 2010, IBM announced its Global Business Services initiative to help companies address their social networking initiatives and issues, and use

lotus notes domino r5  the unveiling of IBM Lotus Connections 3.0 , an application that provides tools for social networking and collaboration: forums, blogs, and social analytics, as well as other interesting tasks. This complete initiative includes the expansion of support for mobile devices and the use of IBM’s Lotus Live Connections , which is the cloud-based version of Lotus connections. To reinforce the success of this strategy, IBM is already engaged with companies like Bayer MaterialSciences and CEMEX to further this Read More
Workflow Solutions
Lotus Notes & MS-Exchange Workflow

lotus notes domino r5  Solutions Lotus Notes & MS-Exchange Workflow Read More
Finding Time for Yourself, Your Family, and Your PDA
Analyst Analogy   In the 1996 movie Jerry Maguire, Tom Cruise's character—a workaholic sports agent—decides that he’s had enough of trying to sign as many

lotus notes domino r5  Time for Yourself, Your Family, and Your PDA Analyst Analogy    In the 1996 movie Jerry Maguire, Tom Cruise's character—a workaholic sports agent—decides that he’s had enough of trying to sign as many athletes as possible with his “show me the money” attitude and opts instead for fewer athletes on his roster where he will create a more “personal relationship” with them. He decides to write what he calls his “mission statement”—hoping the other sports agents in his Read More
Current Trends in Messaging
As electronic communication has grown, geographic boundaries have shrunk, enabling an onslaught of mobile executives.

lotus notes domino r5  as Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes, or a standard POP3 mail service you will find a 3rd party solution for fax, voice mail, e-forms and workflow. Administrators can pick and choose which components they need for their specific organizations. Most corporations have at least two components of a UM solution already in place, e-mail and fax integration. The facsimile UM market has been cannibalized by RightFax, recently acquired by AVT Corporation, and Optus FacSys which has increased sales in vertical Read More
Inovis Delves into PIM by Snatching QRS Part One: Event Notes
The termination of QRS' merger with JDA Software opened a window of opportunity for business commerce automation provider Inovis to acquire QRS, indicating a

lotus notes domino r5  Delves into PIM by Snatching QRS Part One: Event Notes Event Summary As recently discussed in Not All Acquisitions Happen: JDA and QRS , the initially seemingly well thought out acquisition between JDA Software Group Inc . (NASDAQ: JDAS), a prominent global provider of integrated software and professional services for the retail demand chain, and QRS Corporation (NASDAQ: QRSI), a leading provider of collaborative commerce and trading community building solutions, with nearly 10,000 retail and Read More
Analysis of Lexacom's and Mirapoint's Joint Wireless Messaging Solution
The need and demand for wireless messaging and calendaring is obvious, but Mirapoint and Lexacom are relatively unknown in the messaging arena.

lotus notes domino r5  collaboration solution such as Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange. While Lexacom and Mirapoint's package may be appealing, corporate viability and longevity is unknown. Implementing an unknown system can potentially be devastating. If considering an implementation of Lexacom and Mirapoint, verify through testing and due diligence that the product both meets your present technical needs and support requirements, and matches your corporate strategy. Read More
The Case for Cloud ERP in Manufacturing: Alleviating Outdated Concerns
Manufacturers have been slow to accept enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment options other than the traditional on-premise model, but the motivation

lotus notes domino r5  Case for Cloud ERP in Manufacturing: Alleviating Outdated Concerns Manufacturers have been slow to accept enterprise resource planning (ERP) deployment options other than the traditional on-premise model, but the motivation behind the reticence is unclear. This report illustrates trends in cloud deployment, lays out the reasons for manufacturers to consider cloud ERP, and notes performance advantages for organizations using cloud. Read More

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