Stampede Technologies, Inc. announced that George Schneider has joined its ranks as its new Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. Stampede Technologies is a developer of acceleration products for Lotus Notes and Domino server environments.
Network World has an article on what BoldFish Express Network’s launch of what the company claims is the first dedicated network for outbound commercial email that rides on the Internet’s infrastructure.
Lotus announced the immediate availability of K-station, a knowledge portal designed to provide end-users a single point of access to critical information. Lotus K-station is the first product to be delivered from the Lotus project code-named Raven. It will be integrated with other services and offerings, including the Lotus Discovery Server, once that becomes available.
eWEEK has an article on how personal firewalls have been rushed to market, resulting in security flaws.
bizjournals.com has an article that says for the most flexible and comprehensive protection when it comes to email security, you probably need to use the public-key method, in which you create a lock with two unique keys–one public, one private.
IT FACTORY Inc. announced the latest version of its collaborative development environment for Lotus Notes and Domino, called the ITF ASP Release.
Synchrologic that it has added new features to its iMobile Suite product that will let business professionals synchronize data between their Palm devices and Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes servers.
eWEEK reports business-to-business e-marketplaces are ending the year with doubts about long-term viability. According to the article, a shakeout process is taking place “as venture capitalists refine strategies for funding B2B marketplaces and many marketplace owners seek exit or retrenchment plans.”
DominoPro has an article on Lotus’ announcement of “an expansion to the LearningSpace family of products, including updates to Lotus LearningSpace and LearningSpace Forum, as well as the availability of Lotus Notes Release 4-5 User Migration e-learning Bundle.”
PCWorld.com has an article on SafeMessage, a private messaging system from AbsoluteFuture that allows users to send messages that sidestep the Internet’s SMTP mail servers.