Groupware product with substantial functionality
Messaging software that runs on PC, Mac, UNIX, AS400 and Mainframe.
A Lotus (an IBM company) software product widely used for email, calendaring, group scheduling, Web access, and information management. See also groupware.
workgroup software that helps users in the Notes connected community communicate and share resources collaboratively. Also used at Empire State College by staff and faculty for e-mail and online course development and management.
Lotus Notes is a messaging and groupware solution of the Lotus Development Corp. (IBM). The Notes concept is based on a client-server architecture: Users utilize the Notes client or a web browser to connect to the Domino Server in order to function. In addition to e-mail, calendar and address administration, a Lotus Notes server offers access to databases that are freely configurable. The server also includes a web server. The Replication is maybe the most significant component of Lotus Notes, which is the possibility to synchronize and update databases across several locations and times. INTEGRATE!Comm&Work offers a seamless integration of the Lotus Notes Address Book, the mail system and the calendar. In addition writing and reading to and from different Lotus Notes applications is possible. Moreover INTEGRATE!Comm&Work uses the existing Notes (LDAP) directories for access, user administration, process security and organizational information (supervisor, manager, temporary replacements).
One of a suite of IBM Lotus Domino software products, Lotus Notes continues to set high standards of messaging and collaboration. Lotus Notes combines high-class messaging, calendaring and scheduling capabilities with a robust platform for collaborative applications.