CNN Interactive has the latest on AOL’s acquisition of Netscape.
Puma Technology, Inc. announced version 3.1 of its Intellisync synchronization software for Palm Computing platform products. The new version extends its support for Lotus Notes to include e-mail.
Intraware, Inc.announced that it will offer its Gold Membership subscribers access to EarthWeb’s ITKnowledge service. ITKnowledge is a site developed by EarthWeb containing a growing online collection of current technical books and source code for IT professionals.
IBM announced a new record for Lotus Domino scalability on a single server. The new mark of more than 27,000 active mail users on an AS/400e server shatters the previous record set by AS/400 just 10 months ago and is over four times more scalable than its nearest competitors.
Lotus Development Corp. may release the Domino 5 server this year, while continuing work on the Notes 5 client, according to Computer Reseller News.
The Notes, Domino, and Domino Designer R5 Beta 2 is here. In addition to refining the brand-new interface, this beta version has added new features to all three products. The Notes beta is available for PowerMac, and all users will be able to try the new Actioneer utility, which parses data from text and copies it into a Notes task or calendar.
MSNBC has this article on the alliance between Sun, IBM, Oracle Corp. and Netscape Communications Corp. This group has been collaborating in an effort to stop Microsoft Corp. from extending its monopoly beyond desktop software.
In case you haven’t heard, Lotus debuted its SameTime server at Comdex earlier this week. The launch comes six months after Lotus acquired the underlying technology from DataBeam and Ubique.
Information Builders and Sand Technology Systems International, Inc. announced an alliance which integrates Information Builders’ SmartMart Copy Manager with Sand’s Nucleus Exploration product suite. This integration provides users of Nucleus with the ability to incorporate data from virtually any relational and nonrelational data source, including transactional systems such as CICS or IMS/TM, and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems like SAP R/3, PeopleSoft, Baan, Lotus and J.D.Edwards.
Interactive Week has this article on finding information on a corporate network.