Yesterday IBM held a presentation about the continuous road map for Notes. Highlights: Cloud customers, you are no longer forgotten and you will get all the good stuff! Oh, and: Bye, bye Eclipse. Bye, bye Xpages. Bye, bye iNotes and hello IBM Verse on Premise. Bye, bye Verse app on Mobile and hello lightweight web-version for mobile. Hello different Notes clients. Read all about it here.
Or when was the last time the Domino server talked to you? Never, you say? With Domino 10 and the new APIs, this is possible! See an awesome how Luis Guirigay not only does Domino administration with his voice, but also how he can book holiday time and meetings as well.
The first update of the new Notes and Domino V10 is out, both for the server and the client. In addition you can now get Panagenda’s MarcelClient Essentials as part of your license. I’m giving you the links, as well as tips on how to get started with using Node.js with Domino!
Just keep using your IBM Collaboration Solutions software as usual and keep up your relationship with IBM or your IBM business partner as you always have. It’s business as usual.(more…)
And so it goes, that what a lot of people were waiting for, maybe even hoping for, has happened: HCL has now bought the entire ICS portfolio, including IBM Notes/Domino and IBM Connections from IBM! What does this mean?
I thought I had done everything right when I cross certified my local Domino server with my IBM SmartCloud Domino server. But something was still not working!
Last year IBM had jams with IBM customers, users, business partners and others to get feedback on what IBM Notes and Domino V10 should contain. Now they are inviting YOU to do the same for V11!
So, do you think it’s hard to get started with integrating your Domino applications with other solutions, even after upgrading to Domino V10? IBM now gives you code showing you how to do it!
The superlatives and positive messages about the Norwegian user group’s (ISBG) launch of IBM/Notes Domino V10 in Norway yesterday has been pouring in all morning. As the leader of ISBG, this makes me immensely happy. And it gives bright hope for the future, and we will use this momentum when we’ve now started preparing for the spring seminar. Read on to see what happened at the launch!