Nick Shelness’s Main Impressions from Lotusphere

Editor’s note: Before embarking on his currently footloose and fancy-free existence, Nick used to be CTO of Lotus. Lotusphere 2008, the big annual user and business partner conference/exhibition for Lotus software, was held in Orlando, January 20-24, 2008. Here are my main impressions. I’ve now had a chance to synthesize the flood of inputs. My […]... read more »

Lotus Acquires Network Integration

On January 18, Lotus announced it will acquire Network Integration Technologies. This will help Lotus produce a range of products that have low IT demands, increasing their attraction to small and medium sized businesses. Network Integration produces a very-low-overhead operating system, Nitix. This takes over the host machine, and either handles a lot of IT […]... read more »

Symantec Enterprise Vault Product Management Team Leaving

Email archiving is a fast growing market, driven by the new FRCP amendments and the demand for improved email data management for eDiscovery, and Symantec’s Enterprise Vault is the market leader. Recently, however, key members of the product team have been leaving: Nick Mehta, VP of Product Management, left in October 2007 and is now […]... read more »

Dirty text messages show up on cell phones (WMCTV Memphis)

Spam text messages, including those for pornographic websites, are now targeting cell phone users young and old.... read more »

Xythos Releases New Enterprise Software Suites

Applications Combine Web 2.0 Collaboration with Advanced Document Management... read more »

IronPort Eases Messaging Administrator’s Workload with Advanced M-Series Security Management Appliance

Appliance Provides Flexible Management and Robust Security Control at the Network Gateway to Increase Accuracy and Coverage Against Messaging Threats... read more »

FaceTime Communications and Mimosa Systems Join Forces to Create Comprehensive Business Communication Archival Solutions Encompassing Email and Instant Messaging

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