NitroDesk, the makers of TouchDown, the number-one Microsoft® Exchange server synchronization solution for Android-powered devices, announce Lotus Notes support in the next release of TouchDown at the end of Q1.
TouchDown requires Lotus Notes to be running with Lotus Notes® Traveler. Lotus Notes Traveler 126.96.36.199 and above supports Android 2.x devices. Lotus Notes Traveler 188.8.131.52 and above supports Android 3.x devices.
Pricing and Availability
NitroDesk TouchDown is priced at USD 19.99 and is available for download and purchase directly on the device from Android Market. Enterprise and volume-license customers and MDM partners should contact email@example.com for additional pricing options. A fully functional 30-day trial version is available for download in the Android Market.
IBM Notes Traveler and support for iOS8
Tue, Sep 9th 2014 7:05a Mitch Cohen If you support an IBM Notes Traveler environment this question should be on your mind
Looks like good news if you are reasonably current in your Traveler environment. We have had a beta device connected to a 9.0.1 IF4 Traveler server and it worked with out any issue, I know I will be watching closely when Apple releases iOS8 to make sure everything keeps working.
See the technote fo the Full Q&A including updates on Traveler Companion and To Do .
Nice job by IBM getting this document pu [read] Keywords: ibm
IBM SmartCloud rebranding to IBM Connections Cloud
Wed, Sep 3rd 2014 1:02p Mitch Cohen We heard last January at IBM Connect that the IBM Collaboration Solutions would all be rebranded under the IBM Connections name. IBM SmartCloud for Social Business is no exception and will be changing later in September.
IBM SmartCloud Engage Advanced
IBM Connections Cloud S1
IBM SmartCloud Engage Standard
IBM Connections Cloud S2
IBM SmartCloud iNotes
IBM Connections Web Mail Cloud
IBM SmartCloud Archive Essentials
IBM Connections Archive Essentials Cloud [read] Keywords: collaboration
Making Two Factor Authentication (even) easier
Thu, Aug 7th 2014 7:01a Mitch Cohen If you pay attention to the news you know you should be protecting your accounts with strong unique passwords, and two factor authentication wherever it is supported. Two factor authentication improves your security by requiring (as the name implies) as second piece of information to authenticate which is usually a number generated by an app on your phone or received via text or email. A while ago I posted this tip to make two factor authentication a little easier, now I want to follow that [read] Keywords: email
Nominations are Open for the IBM Mail Next Design Advisory Program
Wed, May 28th 2014 6:03a Mitch Cohen Interested in IBM Mail Next? Want a voice in shaping the product? Nominate yourself to participate in the Design Advisory Program for Mail Next.
You need to be an IBM SmartCloud Notes Customer, or a Business Partner with a SmartCloud Demo Account to participate.
Kramer Reeves: IBM Mail Next – Design Advisory Program – Open for Nominations!
IBM Design Advisory Program for IBM Mail Next – Nomination Form [read] Keywords: ibm
CloudGOO – combine all of your cloud storage into one drive
Fri, Mar 28th 2014 3:11p Mitch Cohen I installed CloudGOO on my Android phone today (they say an iOS version is in the works), I love the idea of showing all my cloud based files across different services as if they were all together on one big drive. CloudGOO also supports automatic upload where you can specify which service to use, or let CloudGOO decide based on the space you have available.
CloudGOO [read] Keywords: google
Pley – The Netflix of LEGO
Tue, Mar 25th 2014 8:10a Mitch Cohen My friend Daniel tweeted this link to me this morning about Pley, the “Netflix of LEGO” where you can borrow and return LEGO sets. My first reaction was “That is Brilliant”, my second reaction was “until I have to return a set and spend hours searching the house to figure out where the kids lost all the pieces” [read] Keywords: twitter