100 percent uptime

Just finished a very good Notes/Dominobriefing with a customer here in the UK.  Their messaging profile:25,000 Notes users2 iSeries servers -- 12 partitions100% uptime -- since deployingiSeries servers two years agoAlot of the discussion revolved around where productivity is going.... ise-mail dead?  We talked about instant messaging, activites, sharedrepositories, and a lot of other collaboration tools.  It was interestinghow consistent the experience of the IBMers here in the UK is with my own-- "voice mail is dead" said the IBMer running the meeting.  That'scertainly true for me -- I get around to listening to business voicemailonce a week, at best.  Sametime is where it is at.Good meeting, and worth checking out this fascinating IBMbuilding in Hursley.

Just finished a very good Notes/Domino briefing with a customer here in the UK.  Their messaging profile:

  • 25,000 Notes users
  • 2 iSeries servers -- 12 partitions
  • 100% uptime -- since deploying iSeries servers two years ago
A lot of the discussion revolved around where productivity is going.... is e-mail dead?  We talked about instant messaging, activites, shared repositories, and a lot of other collaboration tools.  It was interesting how consistent the experience of the IBMers here in the UK is with my own -- "voice mail is dead" said the IBMer running the meeting.  That's certainly true for me -- I get around to listening to business voicemail once a week, at best.  Sametime is where it is at.

Good meeting, and worth checking out this fascinating IBM building in Hursley.

Originally by Ed Brill from Ed Brill on February 13, 2006, 10:53am

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