Dead people live longer. This also applies to Lotus Notes and Domino

Dead people live longer. This also applies to Lotus Notes and Domino

A few years ago, it was completely unclear how long Lotus Notes and the Domino server would be around. It had become suspiciously quiet at IBM. Then came the sale of this product division from IBM to HCL in mid-2019. And a year later, lo and behold, the sleeping giant has risen again. Therefore, today: The latest from HCL, Lotus Notes and Domino.

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Gedys Intraware is one of the few major CRM providers with Lotus Notes experience. For the update, Gedys Intraware offers various webinars around Lotus Notes and Domino.

  1. HCL Domino Online Meeting Integration
    with exclusive insights into the new Domino Online Meeting Integration (DOMI)
    at the 02.06.2021, 10:30
    Click here to register
  2. Exclusive insights about Domino V12 and HCL Sametime
    at the 10.06.2021, 10:30
    Click here to register

What else is there for information about the latest from HCL, Lotus Notes and Domino?

The video is from the end of 2020, it shows the planned roadmap to v12.

On the blog of Gedys Intraware you can keep up to date. HCL’s news is made available to everyone there. On one page of HCL there is comprehensive information about the product and service landscape. In the meantime, the name of Lotus Notes has changed to HCL Notes. The V12 version for Domino can be found here.

All in all, very exciting to watch. Because even in our customers there are ardent admirers of Lotus Notes, er, HCL Notes and Domino servers. In this respect, we are curious to see which features of the V12 are particularly well received. So is the fan base.


Note: This is a machine translation. It is neither 100% complete nor 100% correct. We can therefore not guarantee the result.