Instant messaging has become such a hot topic lately that even USA Today is writing about it. They have this article which looks at what lies ahead for the application.
News.com tells us the latest results of a groupware survey by International Data Corporation. IDC says that Microsoft’s Exchange outsold Lotus Notes in the second quarter.
CNN has this article from Linux World in San Jose, California. The writer tells us what he wants to see at the conference.
Information Week writes about Puma Tecnology’s agreement with Certicom. The agreement gives Puma’s IntelliSync Anywhere a secure feature to allow users to syncronize data between their handheld devices and Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes applications.
Computer Reseller News has this article on the groupware race between Microsoft and Lotus.
Bitstream announced that they have licensed their T2K multiple format font-rendering technology to Lotus. Bitstream’s T2K was chosen to fulfill Lotus’ needs for rendering TrueType fonts in QuickPlace. T2K is a font engine software component that is independent of the processor and operating system.
America Online and Novell announced an agreement to further accelerate the deployment of the AOL Instant Messenger application. Under the agreement, Novell will integrate AIM with its full-service Novell Directory Services (NDS).
The Electric Mail Company announced the availability of Electric Webmail. Electric Webmail provides organizations email access via any browser, using email addresses bearing their corporate or portal domain name. Electric Webmail integrates with all leading LAN-based email systems, such as Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes.
Lotus unveiled Linux version of Domino R5 at Linux World in San Jose, California. Here’s what they have to say about R5 for Linux.
News.com is reporting that Lotus posted a sneak preview of Domino R5 for Linux on the Notes.Net Web site.