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Domino Mobile Apps for the iPad is Here!


A Notes client (sort of) for the iPad has just been released!  This is the announcement.  I’m looking forward to the next steps when they port this to the iPhone and Android phone.  All the security, replication, workflow and offline functionality of Notes with the portability of a mobile device and no redundant develop to web-enable any apps.  Nice job IBM and HCL.

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IBM Domino Mobile Apps Now Available in the iOS App Store

We took all of your candid and valuable beta-testing feedback, and turned it into reality: IBM Domino Mobile Apps is now available for free in the iOS App Store! This means that your entire organization can access every single one of its Domino applications from an iPad. You have the ability to drive app consumption within your organization — bringing the power of Domino to your end users wherever they are working — online or off.

Extend the reach of your existing applications and download IBM Domino Mobile Apps today.

Please note: due to import of encryption regulations IBM Domino Mobile Apps is not yet available in France or Israel. We anticipate regulatory approval shortly.

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Tell Your Boss, Tell Your Friends! The Forrester Total Economic Impact™ of IBM Domino Webinar is Coming.

You’ve asked for help in convincing your organization why Domino is still critical to your business. Join us on Thursday, April 25th, to learn from the Forrester Group’s Total Economic Impact (TEI) team what their findings on Domino could mean to every organization. Plus, what you should share with your business and technical leaders. Lastly, hear a firsthand account from an IT leader why having Domino at the core of their business, matters. We look forward to seeing you there.

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iSecurity hole is not so good. This wouldn’t happen with a BlackBerry.


Be wary of using your iWhatever on public networks until the patches are made.  The scary part is not knowing how long the “bad guys” have been exploiting this.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/24/apple-security_n_4847109.html

For all the bad rap BlackBerry got for their product, one thing that they never compromised on was security.  From device, through the phone carrier, through the BB data center, over the Internet, and to your company’s mail server.

Seattle: Land of…Apple?? Also info for you wordpress bloggers


I have posted several times explaining how Seattle is not as Microsoft-centric as outsiders have convinced themselves. But I think this story really makes the point.

Yesterday I attended a free workshop about using WordPress for your blog presented by Bob Dunn who is quite savvy on the subject. The event was directed exclusively toward members of Biznik, a social media website where entrepreneurs and small business owners can network and share ideas.

Bob’s WordPress workshops are always filled to capacity with 35 people. In the past I didn’t give much notice to all of the people taking notes with Macs because I’ve grown used to seeing Macs so much in my classes at Bellevue College. But this time it finally dawned on me: where are all the PCs? Looking around the room I counted the following being used to take notes:

8 Macs
2 iPhones
1 iPad
1 PC
Also Bob was presenting on a Mac.
the rest were using paper.

That’s a 12:1 ratio in favor of Apple products. In Seattle. You know, Microsoft’s headquarters?

These are not just students or individuals doing this in their free time. All of the attendees here are entrepreneurs and small business owners who are heavily involved in social media. Just imagine the potential of this market for business software WITH NO COMPETITION FROM MICROSOFT.

Wait, it gets better. During the break, I chatted with the woman next to me. Her name is Viv and her company works with patients recovering from brain injuries. She had a Mac. I told her that I work with Lotus software. “Oh, I remember Lotus Notes” she said. “I used to use that at a company I worked for some years ago. I wish I had it for my email now.” She was using Mac mail. She was surprised to hear that Notes also works on the Mac. We talked about the widespread use of Macs at the workshop and she mentioned that at her last job the company used Macs exclusively. (Did I mention that the company is right here in Seattle?)

So where am I going with this? To Lotusphere, of course. In search of a plan of action to help provide this group of business and social media-savvy people in Seattle with the high quality software they demand.

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