Notes/Domino: Neues Leben für die Kollaborationsplattform

by Volker Weber

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Domino ist eines der ältesten Softwareprodukte: als Lotus Notes geboren, immer wieder für tot erklärt. HCL will für eine dringend nötige Auffrischung sorgen.

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Great article! Thanks again for "bumping into" the HCL guys...

Markus Dierker, 2018-06-21 16:21

Best comment was "Well, I'd like to tell you you're not the big monster that I was told you were by some people. So far, you seem passionate and fair. That's all we can ask for." These people know what they are up against. They know they are late. But there is passion and determination. Cue "Eye of the Tiger".

Funny thing is I know who 'some people' are.

Volker Weber, 2018-06-21 16:30

"Nur an den Notes-Client traut sich aktuell noch niemand ran."

Tja, aber der ist doch genau das Problem. Ich weiß nicht, wie viele Umgebungen schon entweder an nervenden Client-Bugs oder mangelnder Integration in andere Software ("Notes? Was ist das? Wir können nur den Industriestandard.") gestorben sind. Spätestens mit 11 muss ein neuer Client her. Oder die Exchange Web Services sind die Lösung für eine volle Outlook-Anbindung.

Dennoch: Der Artikel gibt sehr gut meinen Eindruck wieder von dem Drive, den HCL da reinbringt. Das sah direkt nach der Ankündigung noch mancherorts ganz anders aus.

Oliver Regelmann, 2018-06-21 22:54

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