Are you going to IBM Engage 2017? We’re excited to announce that the Crossware team will be back and sponsoring the event again in it’s 9th year! So come join Crossware at IBM Engage 2017 so we can catch up on the past year. (more…)
With the announcement of IBM Verse last year, it looks like Lotus Notes will continue on the downhill journey which it’s been on for the last 10 years. That being said, there is (and always will be) a huge number of companies still using Lotus Notes (or IBM Notes as you may call it). Lets take a look at some of the top Lotus Notes software applications and tools. (more…)
PSC recently developed a questionnaire designed to collect data on how companies are using IBM Notes and whether they had any plans to stay with the platform or migrate to another. The poll collected responses from September 16, 2014 through October 3rd, 2014, and the results can be found below. (more…)
In a native iNotes environment, Smartphone Clients (using Mobile or Ultralite mode) have no search functionality at all.
Therefore to find an email you sent or received at some time in the past (to read it, reply, forward, whatever), you can only scroll backwards through your email until you get to it. That’s not practical in a normal environment, and means your historical mail data is largely out of reach.
Wondering what other Lotus based business are doing and using in terms of technology? This info-graphic will help answer some questions.
Late last year Crossware sponsored a survey done by our friends at Notes Code, it has resulted in an info-graphic giving you an insight into the world of Lotus Notes and what businesses are doing in terms of Lotus Notes. (more…)
Most of our everyday to-do list comes via our email accounts and therefore we need to track them using a fast, light-weight approach.
The problem with the Lotus Notes To-Do system and the Calendar system is that they require definite dates and are way too heavy for ordinary items, meaning too much effort is required to maintain them. (more…)