Just in case you missed the LDC Via webinar earlier this week on how to liberate your IBM Lotus Notes and Domino data, you can watch it right here, right now. Without completing a migration successfully, you can be left with an expensive-to-own infrastructure that delivers limited value, where the necessary skills to maintain andContinue reading “Liberate Your IBM Notes and Domino Data!”
“The most important thing for a CIO is to know they are part of an ecosystem, not off on an island.” – @Tim_Cook #boxworks #socbiz — Alan Lepofsky (@alanlepo) September 29, 2015 Let’s talk about whether you should leave or stay on the island.
At the #AskthePMs in #IBMConnect, candid answers from @sssouder. There is a big commitment to Notes’s future. pic.twitter.com/5ypVEdMbhd — Theo Heselmans (@theoheselmans) January 30, 2014
A few months back FoCul Ltd. launched a wiki to collect all things related to source control for IBM Notes, Domino and XPages application development: Source Control has many many advantages for both developers and organisations but it is a complex subject. At FoCul we have been running a project to adopt Source Control onContinue reading “Source Control for Notes, Domino and XPages”
When I tried to open my IBM Notes 9 mail I received this strange message in the status bar: “No HeadlessDBID specified” – what the… After a reboot of the Notes client I was able to access mail. Any thoughts on what this message could mean?