A response to Bill’s post

>Lotus has a stamp of being old. I have eared this so many times Lotus Notes is that still updating?
I believe there is several reasons to this problem.

1. Marketing of the Lotus platform

2. IT departments hasn’t updated their Lotus software, why hasn’t this been done?
Cost, Can’t see the need to update not that many new functions.

3. The domino designer got free to late

I think that all of the above reasons combined has been reasons why the Lotus platform has and still is loosing customers.

IBM and the Lotus community need to show what can be done with Lotus Notes and that new versions do exists and what they can do.
The openntf och xpages sites are good but there will also be a need for ads/ videos / blogposts about how companies solved their problems using Lotus Notes.

Perhaps someone should announce a video competition for marketing videos.

Lotus Notes is a platform for the future!!

  1. Keith Brooks

    >There was a Video Fest for LS11, some of us took part in it, including myself, across various spectrums of usage, products, admin and development.

  2. >That was good but we would need a more end user approach for the videos.

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