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Ask the Expert: Theo Heselmans

Lifetime IBM Champion and Engage boss Theo Heselmans makes Notes applications look cool on mobile devices What key responsibilities do you manage? TH: At Xceed, I’m a senior consultant, working with customers, implementing solutions mainly based on IBM Notes/Domino and Microsoft Excel. For the Engage User Group, I organize events to bring together the community […]

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IBM Domino Applications on Cloud: A rational approach

How to lower your Domino TCO while moving applications to the IBM Cloud: In one word – rationalize Source: Destination Domino | IBM According to IBM, you can expect a 20-60% lower TCO by moving Domino applications to the IBM Cloud. If you take into account some additional benefits such as elastic scaling, reliability, and […]

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IBM Domino 10 Verified Solutions

SWING PDF Converter and Seascape for Notes are Domino 10 Verified Solutions now. Our tools are fully compatible with IBM Notes and Domino V10. The test has been completed on the Beta 2 release of IBM Notes/Domino V10. SWING PDF Converter exports individual Notes documents or collections as PDF (and optionally XML) files. It is […]

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Extract content from IBM Notes databases with the new Seascape 2.0

Seascape for Notes brings new options for IBM Notes database exporting and archiving Over the last few decades, organizations have been using the conversion of Lotus Notes documents to PDF to preserve content outside of Notes and Domino. With the new release of Seascape for Notes, you can not only extract documents and views easier […]

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Ask the Expert: Paul Withers

In this interview, Paul Withers shares his opinions about IBM Domino Where do you see IBM Notes/Domino in 5 years? PW: IBM Notes/Domino is incorrectly compared to various technologies – NoSQL, other email packages etc. It’s much more than any of this, which is why customers have struggled to replace it. The biggest strengths are […]

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Counterintuitive and practical email archiving

What seems to be counterintuitive to software developers, can be perfectly suited for lawyers and other business professionals Recent discussions about GDPR have brought to our attention topics such as data portability and data formats. According to the regulations, we should be able to extract personal data such as customer records and customer correspondence in […]

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Ask the Expert: Ben Menesi

Ytria’s Ben Menesi talks on IBM Notes, Domino, GDPR and more Are you currently involved in any activities related to GDPR? What are your key concerns regarding GDPR and Domino data? BM: Great question! I had the chance to dive into the GDPR and what it means for Domino when I was preparing for a […]

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Long live IBM Domino, but what about Notes?

By Hogne Bø Pettersen The Benelux user group gathered for the annual Engage conference on May 22 and 23 in Rotterdam. Aboard the ship SS Rotterdam, 400 attendees—people from IBM, IBM partners, members of other user groups, sponsors, and IBM customers—had a great time interacting socially, making deals, listening to presentations, and hearing the latest news […]

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Application modernization and IBM Notes data

So, you want to modernize your classic Lotus Notes applications. If you’re going to migrate to a new application platform, you’ll need to go through a standard ETL (extract, transform, load) process to migrate your application data, which shouldn’t be a demanding task. If you plan to stay with IBM Domino, it’s even easier. Or, […]

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Step-By-Step: Navigating the IBM Notes/Domino archive

In this 2-minute demo you will see how to navigate a Seascape archive extracted from an IBM Notes/Domino database. Open the archive in a web browser. The Seascape archive reflects IBM Notes application views, categories, and parent-child relationships. Navigate the archive. Sort documents in views. Find and open individual documents (exported as PDF). Click on […]

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