In the last part of my tutorials on how to use the Contacts application in HCL Notes, I show you how you can sync your contacts between Notes and your cell phone.
What’s New in the HCL Community #5
HLC Connections running in Microsoft Teams? This, and other news from the thriving HCL community is brought to you by Hogne, and a lot of Pepsi Max!
What’s New in the HCL Community #4
Nomad for Android Tablets is out, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg of all the new good news from HCL this week! Check it all out here.
What’s New in the HCL Community #3
There’s so much going on within the HCL Technologies community right now, that I’m sure you are confused. It’s hard to keep up. Fortunately, you got me! Here’s the scoop.
What’s New in the HCL Community #2
Lots of exciting stuff going on in the HCL Technologies user and business partner community. Don’t believe me? Well, read this then!
What’s New in the HCL Community?
The next Engage conference is announced, IBM Connections Cloud customers still don’t know what’s going to happen and mobile templates are being made. Read about the latest here.
HCL Domino Mobile Experience is Gaining Traction
HCL is now shipping HCL Nomad 1.0.4 for the Apple iPad. It’s now available from the Apple App Store. And there are news about the Android version. Also: You can join a webinar and have your say about the future mobile Domino templates!
Run Your Notes Applications Offline on Your iPad
Yes, you read that right! You can now go to Apple App Store and download IBM Domino Mobile Apps, to start running your Notes applications on your iPad. Without any need for any development! And you can run them offline!
Learn How to Make Domino Mobile Apps
IBM now gives you the chance to learn how fast you can get mobile versions of your Notes/Domino up and running. On November 29th they have a webinar, where you will get full information on how you can get started.
How I Took a Terrible Revenge on a Microsoft Scammer
Yesterday I got another «Hi, this is Fucker Fuckerson from Microsoft Security calling” call. They had even managed to fake a Norwegian cell phone number this time, which is the only reason I replied. (I never reply to call from abroad anymore. If people outside of Norway wants to get hold of me, they have…