Notes and Domino slip again

McNamara, Paul
February 1999
Network World;02/22/99, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p89
Trade Publication
Reports on the failure of Lotus to release the 5.0 versions of Notes and Domino at the scheduled time in February 1999. Reasons for the delay; Reactions from customers/users; Implication of problems at Lotus to its competitor, Microsoft; Defects of Notes 5.0.


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