Lotus Web client is delayed until next year

Fontana, John
October 2000
Network World;10/23/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 43, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the delay in Lotus' shipment of its iNotes Web Access Web client software as of October 23, 2000. Features and functions of the software scheduled for beta testing.


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