IBM’s Lotus Foundation in Tanzania

Yes, IBM is expending its market share in Tanzania! Computer Assisted Telephony Systems (CaTS) is setting up an office in Tanzania to convert African world to use IBM Lotus foundations. Read more…

is IBM moving to Firefox?

Apparently IBM is moving to Firefox as a default browser. How is it going to effect all of us consumers of IBM technology? Read more…

President Obama Creates a Small Business Jobs Plan – will it help IT ???

Wondering whether this Plan will do anything for a small business. ================================================= In her kickoff address SBA (Small Business Administration) Administrator Karen Mills reported on  last year’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) which  has lent $27 billion to small businesses to date. But as Mills said, “There’s more work to do.” To that end, …

IBM Lotus Domino will have an installed base of 192 million mailboxes this year.

I really hope that 192 million is a good number and does not include 100 million seats from IBM and IBM partners. Good job IBM on increasing the market share (hopefully). I think that IBM still needs to do a lot more on making Lotus Notes as popular as the other email brand names on …

Cool move by IBM to the i-World direction

IBM releasing Lotus Notes Traveler for iPad is a very cool step towards bringing so much missing IBM Notes technology on the Apple platform. Hopefully more news like that will be coming soon. From ReadWrite Enterprise. IBM released this week the iPad version of Lotus Notes Traveler, featuring two-way encrypted synchronization of e-mail, calendar and …

Steve Jobs live from WWDC 2010

1:56AM It’s like our own little keynote send off! 11:55AM And that’s all she wrote! Thanks for reading, and thanks to Justin Glow, Dan Chilton, and the Blogsmith and Netops teams for keeping us afloat! more…

New iPhone 4 is revealed!

MANHATTAN — Technophiles anxiously awaiting the next-generation iPhone no longer have to rely on forgetful Apple engineers leaving prototypes behind at bars. Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the fourth edition of his wildly popular smartphone at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday afternoon. “Stop me if you’ve already seen …