JVMPatch released for IBM Domino and Notes 9.0.1 Fp2 and 8.5.3 FP6

Source: IBM

Finally – IBM SmartCloud audio-video enabled

Finally – IBM SmartCloud audio-video enabled:

Over the week-end, we enhanced IBM SmartCloud for Social Business with a brand new capability: audio-video calling. With this latest update, we are now adding one-to-one audio-video calling to instant messaging. How this works is very simple. Let’s imagine that you and I are starting a chat (of course, with a very polite “hi…”). You will now see two new buttons in your chat window: one to start an audio-video call, and one to start an audio-only call. After you click on the video button, I can accept the request, and both of us can see each other in a quality video call.

Source: The Sametime Blog

Notes/Domino 9.0.1 Fix Pack 2


W32 domino901FP2_w32.exe CN0XWEN
W64 domino901FP2_w64.exe CN0XXEN
Linux domino901FP2_linux32_x86.tar CN0XYEN
Linux 64 domino901FP2_linux64_x86.tar CN0XZEN

Open Social Component:


Notes Standard Config:

W32 notes901FP2_win.exe CN0YCEN
Mac notes901FP2_mac.dmg CN0YDEN

9.0.1 Fix Pack 2 Preliminary Fix List descriptions

Source: IBM Support Portal

IBM’s Thoughts on Cloud

Thoughts on Cloud is a collection of cloud computing conversations led by IBMers and sponsored by IBM. The goal of this site is to provide readers with a forum to discuss and debate various cloud computing topics. Thinking about Cloud Services, maybe IBM SoftLayer, this is worth reading.



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with the Web Content Management Extension XCC creates a beautifully integrated Social Intranet.

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Customers rediscovering IBM Notes and Domino

IBM’s Collaboration Software Comparison.

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Customers rediscovering IBM Notes and Domino:

A Fortune 500 insurance company in North America Reinstated Domino servers when they realized the popularity and business value of their Domino applications was leading to continued dramatic growth in server use.

A US-based financial firm Renewed 81,000 user seats due to continued business value delivery from their Domino Application usage.

An international bank Returned to Domino 9 (iNotes) deploying 149,000 users in 2010 for their Messaging solution when the saw the significant improvements in the social capabilities over their current solution.

A Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company in Germany Reinstated 61,000 users due to realizing there was significant business value being created from their Domino applications was leading to continued Domino app growth.

A worldwide engineering firm Reversed their decision to move to Microsoft and renewed 70,000 seats of Notes, and deployed 70,000 seats of Connections and Sametime. They went on to say they found that IBM provides a more robust integration platform while SharePoint is only intended for light weight duty.

A worldwide aircraft manufacturing firm Reinstated 8,500 seats after an unsuccessful attempt to get a Microsoft and SAP solution to replicate the collaboration they already had from Notes and Domino.

A well known bank in North America viewed IBM as a trusted advisor and increased their licensing entitlements with IBM and recommitted for 4 more years. “Eventually the *true* cost to transition [from Notes and Domino to a competitor] was realized after many millions were spent!”

Two insurance companies in North America merge and decide to consolidate on Notes and Domino as their Application platform solution, with 40,000 PVU’s in production and a long term commitment to IBM.

A large hardware vendor with worldwide locations discovers additional, unexpected costs in their moveto Google and Returns for a 5 year messaging commitment with IBM.

Notes/Domino Best Practices: Master Checklist

Below is a list of articles that every Notes/Domino application designer, administrator, and IT Manager should read, regardless of their responsibilities. In addition, the following links take you to different sections of the checklist depending on your area of interest:

Click here for the Notes/Domino Performance Best Practices
Click here for the Notes/Domino Server Sizing Best Practices
Click here for the Domino Web Access Best Practices
Click here for the Transactional Logging Best Practices
Click here for the Notes/Domino Administration Best Practices
Click here for the Notes/Domino Security Best Practices
Click here for the Calendaring & Scheduling Best Practices

Source: IBM