Month: August 2003

From the Amazon Web Services newsletter #2…

Jeff Barr recently spoke at the O’Reilly Open Source Conference and
the Applied XML Conference. If you were unable to attend, you can find
some great online summaries here:

Groupware goes head to head. Good to see that the Good Ole Domino Versus Exchange Rivalry isn’t dead. The authors of this particular head-to-head picked Domino.

We should also mention that many companies are showing an impressive return on investment with Lotus Domino and we’re not surprised. It features a more consistent framework than Exchange, its common toolkits are more tightly integrated, and above all it’s a much better platform for developing applications. Quickplace was also our preferred application for sharing information among small teams. We were able to move around Quickplace much easier and it only costs $89 per user. ZDNet Aug 25 2003 6:40PM ET [Moreover – Knowledge management news]

This is from the SearchDomino newsletter archive…


IBM has released the IBM Community Tools suite. It combines the IBM
MQ Event Broker, IBM Lotus Instant Messaging and Web services running
under WebSphere Application Server, Apache and DB2. The tools can be
used to locate experts, start impromptu discussions and alert and
survey large groups of people in real time.

>>READ the full story:,3959,1216378,00.asp

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Article: Study predicts enterprise IM boom,289142,sid4_gci906195,00.html