By porting Traveler to Linux we could run it on Lotus Foundations appliances. This would be a great sell into SMBs and would help keep those businesses on Domino once they grow out of the SMB space. Very small businesses can't afford to administer Domino or Traveler and need the ...
Lotus Foundations needs a simple alternative to Sharepoint
Provide documentation that matches the standard of the other Lotus products. The current set of documentation is little more than descriptions of the install process and the menu options. It's multiple grades down from the previous Nitix documentation (which at least had screenshots!). How about writing a Redbook?
Ibm don't have the tools for capture the Small Business Company into the world.
Lotus Foundations is a killer system if IBM sold well ..but If IBM would sell this product must:
- Execute local marketing
- Create a simple portal for purchare the license and obtain support ...
It would be great to see Foundations become a platform for ALL the Domino family of products, as this could certainly lead to the "one server to rule them all" model for small businesses. This would also really be a win against Sharepoint - as you can easily add Sharepoint ...
Seems that Domino HTTP runs on a non-standard port due to the built-in Foundations web server using the standard web ports. I've seen at least one add-on product to accomplish this but wonder why it takes a third part when this config option should be built-in.
In an SMB environment especially, where Email is king of collaboration, and they don't have SANS or even an IT department, we need the disk space relief that DAOS gives.
Foundations currently does nothing to help the SMB to easily manage their desktops (e.g. lock down, simple group policy management) in a user-friendly way. Yes, you can download an MS policy editor, but a web-based utillity that integrates with webadmin would be a much better experience.
IBM does not traditionally allow the use of specific product logos by Resellers. Lotus Foundations should be the exception to that since it clearly indicates the Reseller is a smaller business specialist and does not sell IBM mainframes.
The Lotus Foundation resets the redirected tcp/ip to SSL selection on the server doc, when it starts up so you can't use any http access. The only choice to host a public website in Domino is to puchase a valid SSL cert.
It would be really nice is there was ...
A lot of museums, schools, libraries and other non-for-profit organizations get very heavily discounted licenses for their systems through Techsoup.com.
MS Office, MS servers and all the MS products are available. Also Adobe and Symantec gives heavy discounts.
I volunteer for a historical society and had to install ...
I like the remote administration page in webconfig. It's a nice way to view the computers in your network and connect to them. I also like the option of VNC to control different client types. Nice stuff for admins!
But what do our end-users get? either
a) VPN that ...
Antivirus database are Karsperky in Lotus Foundations...
why do not you think an additional client add.on karsperky?
Allow Foundations activation by telephone or by email. A SMB owner might have internet/email access from their home computer but not from their office computer