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Another One Bites the Dust: RIP Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

Along with Windows XP, life support is running out for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. If your business is still running this 11-year-old mail, contact and calendar server, prepare to face a black hole when it comes to future problems.

With many businesses already using one of the server's three future generations — and with alternatives like Zimbra, Novell GroupWise and others — what will laggards pick when they finally move on? Cloud-based office solutions are just one appealing option.

IBM Announces Connections 4.5, Employee Experience Suite #ibmconnect

Enterprise social collaboration software from IBM gets a boost in 2013 with the announced release of Connections 4.5 at the company's Connect Conference this week.

IBM Notes/Domino 9 Social Edition Beta Goes Live December 14

IBM is ready to show off a more social version of Notes/Domino December 14, but a preview was shown by the company in mid November -- here's the rundown of updates.

Microsoft Binary Tree Partnership Migrates IBM's Lotus Notes, Domino Content To Office 365

If you thought Microsoft was just going to sit around and hope people would migrate to Office 365 all by themselves, think again. To help move Lotus Notes/Domino users across to Office 365 it has licensed Binary Tree’s (BT) migration solution. Let's have a look.

IBM Embeds MutualMind's Social App Into Lotus Notes, Connections #ibmsocbiz

Lotusphere throws up all kinds of new partnerships. One of them from this year’s event is between social media intelligence vendor MutualMind and Big Blue. As a result, users of Lotus Notes and Connections will be able to embed MutualMind’s Social Business Enterprise application.

harmon.ie Brings SharePoint 3.0, Social Business to Lotus Notes

harmon.ie Brings SharePoint 3.0, Social Business to Lotus NotesSince June, when harmon.ie announced the release of harmon.ie 3.0 for SharePoint, being social at work became a lot easier for Outlook Exchange users. Now harmon.ie is bringing social business to Lotus Notes.

GRC Roll-up: Daegis Preserves Lotus Notes Application Data, Office 365 Gets Archiving

It has also been busy this week in the GRC space. For Lotus Notes, Daegis has announced functionality on its e-Discovery platform that enables enterprises to preserve collaborative application data throughout the e-Discovery process, Iron Mountain and GimmalSoft get together for SharePoint 2010 records management, there’s new archiving abilities for Office 365, OpenPeak secures Android, and BIA offers e-Discovery on iPads and iPhones.

Bing Gets Promoted to BlackBerry's Default Search Engine

Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, made a surprise appearance at today's BlackBerry World conference in Orlando. Along with RIM president Mike Lazaridis, he announced that Microsoft is entering a partnership with RIM on BlackBerry smartphones, making Bing the default search engine and maps provider on all new devices. 

 

Presidential Records in an Era of Social Networking: Updating the Presidential Records Act

It’s not surprising that the Obama administration is rather busy this week sharing information and basking in the aftermath of this weekend’s news. And while others may have been looking forward to the numerous press conferences addressing these issues, we at CMSWire were anticipating the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s hearing about the administration's policy for preserving tweets and other messages sent using social networks.

Harmon.ie for SharePoint Version 2.2 Streamlines, Improves Way We Work

harmonielogo.pngThanks to the folks at harmon.ie, intergrating SharePoint and other enterprise collaboration platforms got easier. They've released harmon.ie for SharePoint, version 2.2, which continues to let users transform clunky, cumbersome email clients (from Lotus Notes to Outlook) into a collaboration and social workspace with a few added perks and fixes.

PlayBook Gets IBM Support On Launch, Slated by the Press

blackberry_logo_2011.jpgRIM's (news, site) new PlayBook is getting a rough ride at its launch, but has software backing from IBM to appeal to those vital enterprise users.

Quest Offers Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration

Quest_logo_2010.jpg With the release of SharePoint 2010, SharePoint Online and the upcoming release of Office 365, for many companies the need to migrate content is going to be one of the big IT tasks this year. To make it easier -- at least to make it easier to migrate Lotus Notes to SharePoint --Quest (news, site) has extended the reach of its Note Migrator.

Mainsoft ReBrands as Harmon.ie, Focuses on Social Email

It's hard not to listen to the team at Mainsoft (newssite), now rebranded as Harmon.ie, and not "get" the benefits of integrating collaborative capabilities into email. Of course, I live in my email, don't you?

Document Mgt Roll-up: Alfresco Gets Social, ZL Gives Archiving to IBM’s Lotus Notes

Busy week here in the document management mines. Alfresco made its document management software social, LibreOffice continued to expand its reach by adding portable functionality, Xerox bought some new document collaboration software with WaterWare and Oce took a look at the benefits of document imaging.

Document Management Roll-up: Bitrix Upgrades to Intranet 9.5, Hyland Releases OnBase10

Even if the year is winding down, some companies just keep going. Bitrix has upgraded its Intranet software to v9.6, Hyland has released OnBase 10 and IBM has upgraded Lotus Notes Traveller. In other news, new research from AIIM shows that the message may finally be getting through -- a paperless office can have positive results. 

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