Building Intranets with Lotus Notes & Domino
The author of "Real World Client/Server" tells businesses how they can use Lotus Notes Version 4.0 to make the most of emerging Internet and Intranet technologies. Krantz discusses the value of Lotus Notes 4.0 as a base groupware platform, its advantages versus current Web technologies for Intranet use, and how to use it to link to the World Wide Web to extend any business's reach to its customers.
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The InternetA Sleeping Giant
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