Cloud Sherpas Gives Google Apps Better IT Management
By David Needle | Article Published February 24, 2010
After a private beta, Cloud Sherpas is releasing its enhancements to Google Apps as a free public beta that includes several features the company says will appeal to IT administrators and users alike.
Tags: cloud computing, Google Apps, Lotus Notes, AppEngine, SherpaTools
IBM Challenges Google's Webmail Dominance
By - Reuters | Article Published October 02, 2009
Seeking to capitlize on Google's recent outages, IBM will start selling its LotusLive iNotes. The lightweight email service will cost $36 per user per year, about 25 percent less than what Google charges for a more robust product.
Tags: Google, search, Microsoft, IBM, Lotus Notes
17 Notably Bad Products from Great Tech Companies
By David Strom | Article Published September 24, 2009
As these products demonstrate, even the best tech companies can lay an egg on occasion.
Tags: Windows, services, Microsoft, wireless, Lotus Notes
IBM Touts Blackberry Integration
By Alex Goldman | Article Published May 07, 2009
At the Wireless Enterprise Symposium, IBM talked up plans to upgrade productivity using the BlackBerry platform.
Tags: IBM, wireless, Blackberry, Lotus Notes, policy
Collaboration Apps Mean New Security Concerns
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published December 22, 2008
Sure, it's cool to aim at joining the Enterprise 2.0 crowd, but it opens up your business to security problems.
Tags: authentication, Microsoft, IBM, datacenter, Lotus Notes
IBM, Ubuntu Unveil Microsoft-Free 'PC'
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published December 05, 2008
The first offering from Big Blue's anti-Microsoft push relies on a virtual desktop and a mix of open and closed source.
Tags: open source, Linux, Microsoft, virtualization, Lotus Notes
Review: T-Mobile G1 - A Good First Effort
By Wayne Rash | Article Published November 18, 2008
Google's Android software provides some nice capabilities, but also some strange limitations.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Blackberry, iPhone, Lotus Notes
Ubuntu Linux: 8 Million Users and Growing
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published October 27, 2008
Latest Ubuntu Linux distribution -- Intrepid Ibex -- set to debut as the company behind it continues to grow.
Tags: Linux, IBM, virtualization, Dell, Lotus Notes
Ballmer: And Then There Was One
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published June 28, 2008
As Bill Gates leaves Microsoft behind, Steve Ballmer and the team he has put in place have plenty of challenges to overcome.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, marketing, steve ballmer, Lotus Notes
IBM Lotus Goes Mobile Via The BlackBerry
By Judy Mottl | Article Published May 16, 2008
Big Blue unveils a mobile collaboration and communications package for the smartphone.
Tags: search, Microsoft, Blackberry, Lotus Notes, RIM
Oracle Moves Towards 'Universal' Archive
By David Needle | Article Published April 16, 2008
Multiple data types supported in latest Oracle Content Management offering.
Tags: Oracle, search, Microsoft, Lotus Notes, e-Mail
IBM, Nortel Are New UC Buddies
By Judy Mottl | Article Published April 04, 2008
Vendors hope to grab -- what else? -- market share.
Tags: services, Microsoft, software, IBM, SMB, IT, HP, Office, unified communications, Lotus Notes, InternetNews.com, Domino
Collaboration Moves Into 3D
By Judy Mottl | Article Published March 24, 2008
Better training, richer interaction -- and saved lives? That's the promise of IBM and Forterra's new unified communications "virtual environment" app.
Tags: security, software, IBM, IT, marketing, HP, Lotus Notes, VoIP, e-Mail, InternetNews.com