Lotus moves replication beyond Notes

Fontana, John
March 2000
Network World;03/20/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on Lotus Development Corp.'s release of its Domino Offline Services tool kit which lets non-Notes clients use Domino-based applications offline and then replicate changes to a server. Launch of corresponding Synchronization Manager; Other products that will expose Notes replication to non-Notes clients.


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