Showing any information system professional how to plan, implement, and maintain a Lotus Notes system on any platform, including OS/2, NetWare, Windows NT, and the various flavors of UNIX, this book contains an extensive pilot plan that gets readers working with Lotus Notes 4 as they read. It also gives readers the full story of release 4's new enhancements.
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Keep your Information Flowing with Lotus Notes and this Comprehensive Guide Lotus Notes-the leader in cross-platform groupware-makes sharing information easier and more efficient. But most books on the subject narrowly focus on either the user or the developer-never both. Finally, from experts Barbara A. Bolin and R. Benjamin Ordonez, comes a comprehensive resource that deals with all aspects of this cross-platform environment. With extensive coverage on deployment, administration, and development, this guide offers the most thorough grounding available on Lotus Notes Release 4. Lotus Notes: The Complete Reference reveals techniques for creating an interdependent and simultaneous working environment for highly efficient information sharing. Beginning with the basics, and moving on to the key hardware, software, protocol, and domain issues, you'll learn how to: Plan, implement, and maintain a Lotus Notes system on any platform, including OS/2, Netware, Windows NT, and the many flavors of UNIX. Build and implement a pilot plan with a high-visability application. Master Release 4's enhancements-including its improved user interface, refined replication tools, Agent Builder (which lets you create automated processes), and more. This authoritative handbook also doubles as a handy reference, full of information you can look up as you need it. With Lotus Notes at the forefront
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX007882205X