Article archive for 2001 – Page 3

Monday, October 1, 2001

Control your application’s agents with this Agent Launchers tool

After delivering an application, have you ever wished you or the application’s administrators had more control over the application’s agents? Have you ever needed to quickly disable a scheduled agent that was generating errors in production? In this article, Jonathan Coombs presents a handy Agent Launchers tool that provides several features he’s found useful in maintaining tight control over the agents in production applications.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

How to create Yahoo-like Web folder navigation

The Notes folder structure provides an excellent way to categorize information. Navigating through those folders via a browser client is not always simple, however. Large public Web sites such as Yahoo.com use an alternative method of navigation that is particularly well suited to a large hierarchical data structure. In this article, Glenn S. Orenstein will show you how you too can create Yahoo-like navigation of folders and views via a Web browser.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

Easy steps to boost your name recognition, resume, and overall industry exposure

Becoming an expert in your area of work specialization is a great way to get ahead in your job. On of the key things you need in order to be recognized as an expert is a third party endorsement. In this article, Contributing Editor Dan Simmons will supply you with a few tactics you can use to stand out from the pack, and become a recognized expert in your field.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

ScanToNotes from the ImagingGroup: more than meets the eye

ScanToNotes, from the ImagingGroup, is a Notes add-on that scans images directly into NOtes. Sharlana Bacchus takes a close, hard look at the product. Did it stand up to her scrutiny? Will it catch your eye? You’ll have to read this article to find out more.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

Hunting and gathering with IntelliPLAN

Since the dawn of time, hunters and gatherers have searched for a calendar system. Your company probably longs for one that can display appointments and meetings for all of your salespeople (hunters) and knowledge workers (gatherers) in one interface. John Roling reviews Cybernet Software Systems, Inc.’s IntelliPLAN, which plugs into Notes and allows calendars and schedules of numerous people to be rolled up into one GUI.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness

All of us at ZATZ are deeply saddened by tragedies in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania and we extend our sympathies and condolences to those affected. On the day of the disaster, and for the two following days, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz posted commentaries about the crisis to our news pages. Those commentaries are contained in this solemn editorial.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

Get some new wheels at Auto-On-Net.com

Shopping for new and used cars is easy at September’s DominoPower Site of the Month. Steve Niles reviews Auto-On-Net.com, Domino-designed Web site that features a handy database of new, used, and classic cars for sale in Belgium.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

Boosting the printing power of Notes and Domino

Many Notes-based applications require printed output to work within the existing processes and procedures of the company. Printing and reporting features in Notes are limited for certain advanced printing requirements. In this article , our sponsor, Cybernet Software Systems, Inc., will introduce you to the printing solution designed to meet these requirements: IntelliPRINTPLUS.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

Top 10 support questions answered for Pylon products

When you’re at the office, your Lotus Notes applications keep you more productive and in touch. But what happens when you leave the office? How do you stay up-to-date with your core business applications? In this exclusive article, Johnny Fuery answers 10 frequently asked questions about accessing Lotus Notes applications on handhelds.

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Saturday, September 1, 2001

More on managing corporate aliteracy

In a time when knowledge is seen as a key sustainable differentiator in corporate survival and growth, corporate staff are refusing to read documents because they don’t have the time or patience to read them. In this second look at corporate aliteracy, Bain McKay continues his discussion of technology components in the new generation of knowledge management technology.

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