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IBM Corp. is trying to ride Apple's iPad momentum with a free download that lets Lotus Notes customers receive secure access to...

June 8th, 2010 Jon Brodkin

IBM wants to bring Apple, social networking to the enterprise

IBM wants to bring Apple, social networking to the enterprise

Big Blue wants a piece of high-flying Apple, as well as a slice of the social networking craze. As Macworld...

February 11th, 2010 Tom Kaneshige

IBM Lotusphere 2010 showcases Canadian developers

IBM Lotusphere 2010 showcases Canadian developers

IBM Lotusphere 2010 conference in Orlando this week drew developers from around the world to its product showcase, including several...

January 22nd, 2010 Kathleen Lau

Web services vendor extends data synchronization for Palm OS

Web services vendor extends data synchronization for Palm OS

Mississauga, Ont.-based Hostopia.com Inc. announced Thursday the release of a wireless mobility data synchronization application, SyncJe for Palm OS. The...

January 2nd, 2008 Kathleen Lau

IBM joins OpenOffice.org to widen its reach

IBM joins OpenOffice.org to widen its reach

IBM has gotten so much from the OpenOffice.org office suite to enhance its own products that the company has decided...

September 10th, 2007 Todd R Weiss

Tools help medical lab move over to Exchange

Tools help medical lab move over to Exchange

A set of migration tools from Microsoft Corp. lets Lotus Notes/Domino users move onto Exchange. These tools have already helped...

March 16th, 2006 Vanessa Ho and Elizabeth Montalbano

Lotus takes Notes into Workplace

Lotus takes Notes into Workplace

IBM Corp. intends to forge stronger bonds between its messaging and collaboration tools with updated versions of Lotus Notes and...

February 17th, 2005 Ryan B. Patrick

Open source or outsource?

Open source or outsource?

One of the proverbial back stories of IT operations has always been the battle between the "suits" and the "techies."...

October 25th, 2004 Chad Dickerson

If smoking, dial

If smoking, dial

“Look at this here on my monitor,” user says to an IT pilot fish who supports the registrar’s office at...

July 22nd, 2004 Computerworld U.S. staff