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What is IBM Notes/Domino?
IBM Notes, now known as IBM Domino, is a platform that is used for hosting social business applications. It delivers scalable, security-rich applications at a low cost. It helps the user improve his productivity, accelerate operations, as well as enhance his decision making. The IBM Domino provides a low cost of ownership, minimizing administration needs through automated installations, policies, and monitoring. It helps staff focus on tasks that have higher value. It also has minimized structure, reducing costs by using less power, memory, data, storage, network bandwidth, and servers.
The IBM Domino’s application movement supports workflow-driven and people-oriented applications that help a wide variety of business operations deliver enhanced results. It can also help protect the user’s critical business assets. The IBM Domino controls information access, protect information and guarantee document authenticity. It has an availability, which features advanced clustering, replication, server fault recovery, as well as automated diagnostic tools. It also delivers enhanced value to power social businesses with improved collaboration, mobile, and application development capabilities. Programmers can develop applications for IBM Notes in different development languages, including Lotus Notes and Java.
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