What's doin' with Domino?

Coyner, Dale
September 1997
Network World;09/22/97, Vol. 14 Issue 38, Intranet p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on Lotus Development Corp.'s Domino intranet computer software. Application development tools; Workflow automation features; Information accessibility and ease of use; Product support; Comparison with other intranet computer software. INSET: Too much of a good thing?..


Related Articles

  • Lotus ties Domino to legacy back-end apps. Gardner, Dana // InfoWorld;06/15/98, Vol. 20 Issue 24, p77 

    Details Lotus Development Corp.'s plan to upgrade its Domino software to dynamically access databases, transaction systems and enterprise resource planning applications. Development of a set connectors which it will deliver with Domino; Usage of Domino as a messaging and groupware platform.

  • Lotus shoots for real-time replication. Doan, Amy // InfoWorld;06/30/97, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p1 

    Reports on Lotus Development Corp.'s introduction of a synchronous Web-based collaboration software called Notification Service Transfer Protocol (NSTP) to be incorporated into future versions of the Lotus Domino server. Replication to disparate Web servers; Joint form editing, whiteboarding,...

  • Lotus, partners debut Internet apps. C.W. // PC Week;06/23/97, Vol. 14 Issue 27, p8 

    Looks at the items from Lotus Development Corp. that are centered around its Domino groupware. The announcement of the Domino Intranet Starter Pack and Instant TeamRoom at the June 1997 PC Expo in New York City; Lotus working with Interliant for developments of the Host platform; Feaures of the...

  • Lotus details Domino integration.  // InfoWorld;10/12/98, Vol. 20 Issue 41, p5 

    Focuses on the plans by Lotus to detail the integration of its Sametime synchronous communications technologies within the Domino toolset as well as integration with tools such as NetObjects Fusion.

  • Lotus extends cc:Mail, Domino servers. Doan, Amy // InfoWorld;5/12/97, Vol. 19 Issue 19, p19 

    Reports on developments concerning Lotus Development Corp., with a particular focus on the mail- and web-server fronts, as of May 12, 1997. Release of the 8.0 version of cc:Mail; Enhancements in cc:Mail upgrade; Announcement of plans for a simple-to-install version of Domino targeted at small...

  • Lotus, IBM get serious about Domino server. Rooney, Paula // PC Week;2/10/97, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p27 

    Details news regarding the integration of Domino with IBM technologies from Lotus Development Corp., a subsidiary of IBM. The development of native versions of the Domino server for AS/400 and OS/390; The integration of IBM's DataBolts and Host on Demand; Other news from Lotus, including the...

  • Lotus pushes Domino services. McCright, John S.; Callaghan, Dennis // eWeek;06/11/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p14 

    Reports on the plans of Lotus Development Corp. to create tools for the extension of its Domino-based messaging and collaboration applications software for the Web. Feature of the business model; Details of the service strategy that will offer more integration between Web development tools and...

  • Lotus floats Domino theory. Schroeder, Erica // PC Week;6/03/96, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p104 

    Reports on Lotus Development Corp.'s Internet server, code-named Domino. Creation of applications that can be accessed over the World Wide Web or via Notes interface; Security, access and editing features provided for developers. INSET: Domino delivers Notes apps, by Eamonn Sullivan..

  • Lotus to raise prices while adding mail and Web servers. Kalin, Sari // InfoWorld;05/26/97, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p52 

    Reports on Lotus Development Corp.'s plans to increase the price of its Domino messaging and Internet application server. Launch of an Internet mail server and an entry-priced Web server; Availability of Domino 4.6 and Domino Mail 4.6 for beta testing by the end of May 1997; Enhanced features...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics