Monthly Archive: May 2006

May 25

Irving Wladawsky-Berger Lecture

 My collegue Charlie attended this lecture in March by Irving Wladawsky-Berger.  We are both BCS members and it was through them that an invitation arrived.  I sadly couldn’t attend.  The slides from the presentation, sadly no audio or transcript, are now available here.  There are some very interesting historical comparisons in the presentation showing the initial …

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May 24

Unified Messaging

Will the panacea of the unified mail box containing voice messages, fax messages, emails have widespread take-up in the enterprise? This area appears to be moving up the agenda. Storage with voice compression doesn’t appear to be the major issue in my opinion. The real issue will come as the ability to record voice elements …

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May 17

Next version of Notes – a killer app?

IBM have announced more news on the next version of Notes.  This for me is a step change from the present versions.  Bill Buchan has published many screenshots here from the recent DNUG conference (Paul Mooney was the photographer) >> thanks chaps! So what are the big things in this client in my view: The UI …

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