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IBM Domino Applications on Cloud: Time to rationalize your application landscape
Fri, Sep 22nd 2017 7
IBM Notes Data Services: Open Call
Mon, Jun 26th 2017 7
1.8 Million Notes Documents
Wed, Jun 21st 2017 3
PDF Converter vs. Seascape for Notes (Part 3)
Wed, May 24th 2017 5
PDF Converter vs. Seascape for Notes (Part 2)
Mon, May 22nd 2017 4
PDF Converter vs. Seascape for Notes (Part 1)
Thu, May 18th 2017 6
ALM Practices for Notes and Domino
Fri, Mar 31st 2017 4
Top 10
Who is going to migrate Notes and Domino applications to the cloud?
Tue, Aug 2nd 2016 9
Key Reasons to Extract Inactive Data from Lotus Notes
Fri, Jul 15th 2016 8
2016 Year in Review
Thu, Dec 15th 2016 7
IBM Notes Data Services: Open Call
Mon, Jun 26th 2017 7
IBM Domino Applications on Cloud: Time to rationalize your application landscape
Fri, Sep 22nd 2017 7
Notes Application Retirement Planning
Thu, Jan 14th 2016 6
VHS Tapes and NSF Files – Notes/Domino Application Archiving [Infographic]
Tue, Aug 23rd 2016 6
Introducing Seascape for Notes
Wed, Oct 5th 2016 6
Who is going to restore our Lotus Notes data?
Mon, Nov 28th 2016 6
PDF Converter vs. Seascape for Notes (Part 1)
Thu, May 18th 2017 6


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IBM Domino Applications on Cloud: Time to rationalize your application landscape
Fri, Sep 22nd 2017 10:50a   SWING Software Blog
.pp1 { font-size: 14px; line-height: 20px; margin-bottom: 15px; } IBM introduces IBM Domino Applications on Cloud, a hosting service for companies that wish to migrate their Domino applications to the IBM Cloud. With this offering, IBM invites you to decommission your Domino servers, move your apps to the IBM Cloud, and—not to forget—bring your own Domino licenses there. If you decide to take this path, you will first need to examine your application portfolio to see which apps should be
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IBM Notes Data Services: Open Call
Mon, Jun 26th 2017 8:45a   SWING Software Blog
.pp1 { font-size: 14px; line-height: 20px; margin-bottom: 15px; } .pp2 { font-size: 17px; line-height: 23px; margin-bottom: 15px; } This is an open-call invite for IT consultancies with clients running IBM Notes/Domino. If your clients have concerns about data retention due to regulatory requirements or platform changes, we would like to spark your interest in our Partner Program. The specific need we want to address here can be expressed in a single question many businesses frequently ask:
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1.8 Million Notes Documents
Wed, Jun 21st 2017 10:11a   SWING Software Blog
Whenever a partner company tells us about a completed IBM Notes and Domino application archiving project, we get very curious. How did the project go? How did our product perform? Is there anything we could do to improve the export process? We are also curious about the client’s specific usage scenario. Did the client need to archive inactive data from their working applications? Or, did they want to retire legacy applications and preserve historical data, including Notes documents, views, lin
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PDF Converter vs. Seascape for Notes (Part 3)
Wed, May 24th 2017 8:51a   SWING Software Blog
This is the third part of our series in which we are discussing differences between two SWING archiving solutions for IBM Lotus Notes/Domino: PDF Converter and Seascape for Notes. During the many years we worked to build and improve our Notes data archiving solutions, we were able to reach specific vantage points from which we could fully understand and appreciate all of the pain points associated with Lotus Notes and Domino data archiving. In addition to receiving continuous feedback from our c
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PDF Converter vs. Seascape for Notes (Part 2)
Mon, May 22nd 2017 9:51a   SWING Software Blog
This is the second part of our series in which we are discussing the differences between two SWING archiving solutions for IBM Lotus Notes/Domino: PDF Converter and Seascape for Notes. As we mentioned in our previous post, both of these solutions are designed to meet the ever-growing need for exporting Notes data to open-standard formats, whether for compliance and audit purposes, for sharing Notes data with non-Notes users, or for archiving data as part of migration and modernization efforts. I
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PDF Converter vs. Seascape for Notes (Part 1)
Thu, May 18th 2017 8:15a   SWING Software Blog
Our customers frequently ask us which of the two SWING archiving solutions for IBM Lotus Notes/Domino is better suited for their specific needs. On the face of it, both products convert Notes documents to PDF, and both products will also save all of your Notes application metadata and attachments. However, there are several subtle differences between these two solutions, and also several not-so-subtle differences. In this series of posts we shed some more light on the main points of differentiat
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ALM Practices for Notes and Domino
Fri, Mar 31st 2017 9:14a   SWING Software Blog
If your organization has been using IBM Notes and Domino for ten years or longer, you’ve probably implemented many applications based on this platform. As a result, your Domino servers are likely home to dozens or hundreds of applications, all differing in their usage, complexity, value, and stage in the application lifecycle. To support ongoing modernization and migration efforts, IT professionals must take control of the entire application portfolio and implement consistent application lifec
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2016 Year in Review
Thu, Dec 15th 2016 10:04a   SWING Software Blog
With the end of 2016 quickly approaching, it’s the time to take a look at the past year. Here are some brief reflections on our most talked-about topics. Throughout the year, our team has focused mostly on IBM Notes and Domino application data archiving. We spent a lot of time talking with our partners and customers, and we learned about current trends and common practices across the Notes and Domino community. Many thanks to all of you who shared your comments and ideas about application
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Who is going to restore our Lotus Notes data?
Mon, Nov 28th 2016 9:38a   SWING Software Blog
“It is completely unreasonable to expect that today’s existing operational environment will exist to enable access to archived data.” – Craig S. Mullins In his book Database Administration: The Complete Guide to DBA Practices and Procedures, Craig Mullins discusses database archiving for long-term data retention. The author points out what’s probably the most important consideration: the archived data must be hardware and software independent. He says, “Independence is c
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How to extract Lotus Notes views and documents [Screencast]
Thu, Oct 20th 2016 4:37a   SWING Software Blog
We put together two really brief screencasts to show you how to export IBM Lotus Notes views and documents from a typical Notes application using Seascape for Notes. In the first screencast, we compare an application view in the Notes client with the same view rendered in a web browser. The demo shows that information context is preserved, including the view and document hierarchy, metadata, and file attachments. During the last couple of weeks, we have been asked many times what lies behind th




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