(From IBM Notes to Office 365 & more)
As an IT Manager, that has an existing portfolio of Lotus Domino applications, you would be compelled to extend some of your business critical applications to mobile, so that you can exploit
As a company which has been providing solutions on the Notes and Domino front for the past decade, we often come across customers asking us these questions.
As I found myself waiting for quite a few minutes to open applications every time that I needed to check out project critical data, I realized that there should be a better way of getting at the bigger picture.
This is an interesting tweak that will allow you to access your GMail through RSS feeds in your Lotus Notes Client.
Having understood the power of XPages, you, the IT Manager now need to come up with a plan to efficiently migrate your Notes applications
Last week I was working on a project where the customer needed to get categorized data from a Notes view onto different sheets of Excel.
Last Thursday, I had an urgent mail from one of my colleagues who wanted to execute a Java Agent from Lotus Notes to connect to the Oracle 11g database.
Over the years, I have had the opportunity to interact with many different enterprises – a lot of them having Lotus Notes as part of their infrastructure.