Notes/Domino Centralized Client Control Means Better Regulations Compliance, TCO Savings

IBM Lotus has been incorporating the ability to centrally configure client settings by defining system policies. Originally introduced with Notes/Domino 6, ND 7 dramatically expands this capability. It is now possible to manage all settings (including mail and calendar), apply policies with more flexible user selection, and lock down the client configuration by preventing local user changes for selected communities.

Notes/Domino’s very granular security model will help organizations address specific regulatory compliance challenges. More powerful policy-based management should also decrease operations costs and reduce costs of lost productivity due to client configuration problems.

... David Via

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