Article archive for 2005 – Page 3

Monday, August 1, 2005

A look at R7’s new debugging and troubleshooting tools

As we look forward to Notes and Domino 7, we’re looking at bigger and bigger projects. Fortunately, Release 7 is going to provide us with even more and better troubleshooting tools. In this article, we take a first look at what you can expect.

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Friday, July 1, 2005

Searching for files in all the right places

How often have you gone nuts trying to find a file you need? How often have you had to dig through emails, Notes databases, servers, and more? If you’re like the rest of us, far more often than you’d like. And, if you’re like the rest of us, you might want to read John Roling’s review of X1 Desktop Search for Lotus Notes to learn if it can help you find the files you seek.

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Friday, July 1, 2005

Get your grubby hands on Workplace Designer today

Have you been trying to figure out just what the heck Workplace is? If so, you’re not alone. Even though we’ve run interviews and nearly daily news stories on the Workplace line of products and solutions, it seems DominoPower readers are still quite baffled by what, exactly, Workplace is. Read this article to learn how you can download your very own free copy of Workplace Designer 2.5 and take it out for a spin.

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Friday, July 1, 2005

A walk back through Notes history

As we get ready for the Notes/Domino 7 release this fall, it seems appropriate to take a walk back through memory lane to Notes and Domino past. The history of Notes goes back far farther than the early 1990s. In fact, Notes goes all the way back to the Plato Notes system of 1973, a time before there were servers and clients and even, really, a time before personal computers. To learn more about Notes history, read this month’s Site of the Month.

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Friday, July 1, 2005

Wireless mesh networks 101

What do Taipei, Philadelphia and Tempe have in common? They’re all installing wireless mesh networks. In this article, author Lee Black explores wireless mesh networks, including how they’re different from other computer networks, and when and how they should be employed.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2005

Bridging the communications gap with RSS

Many government and commercial organizations aren’t deriving the value they could from online resources. Contributing to this situation is what author Todd Brehe calls the "communications gap". Read on to find out what the communication gap is, and how to combat it.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2005

What do you want to know about ND7?

This week, we’re doing this a little different. Normally, we publish great tips and articles about how to use Notes, Domino, and the other Lotus technology. Usually, the information flow is from us to you. This week, we need you to talk to us. That’s because we’ve been working with IBM’s product management team on a special, exclusive ND7 interview. They’ve agreed to answer a whole bunch of your deep, probing, tough questions about ND7. Read this article to find out more.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2005

An interview with David Marshak on Real-time Collaboration

In this question and answer session, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz speaks with David Marshak, IBM Lotus’ Senior Product Manager for Real-time Collaboration. The two Davids discuss real-time and mobile collaboration, so read on to learn more.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2005

Has Word hindered collaboration?

Collaboration isn’t as strong as it could be. What is the real inhibitor to collaboration? Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard thinks Word is the reason. Read on to find out why.

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Sunday, May 1, 2005

Lotus Notes and Domino security: An essential part of the mix

In a long career as a Lotus Notes professional and consultant, author Jesse Segovia has been involved in a broad range of Lotus Notes installations all over the world and witnessed some remarkable things. He’s also seen things that made him want to hurl his laptop like a discus. Read along for Jesse’s opinions and experiences with different Lotus and Domino environment administration, and how to secure those environments.

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