Friday, November 13, 2009

Lotus Notes is shaking that 'legacy' tag

It looks like Lotus Notes is shaking that 'legacy' tag.

New applications are typically installed in web-based configurations thanks to "a massive bias towards" online applications and services. For example, a major roll-out of web-based email and collaboration built on IBM's Lotus iNotes is underway, while back-end administrative systems and even Bankwest's teller system are installed as server-side applications with web-based front ends.
"Over the years, there has been a very conscious effort to avoid legacy systems," Clasquin explains.

Read the full article.

Zdnet CIO Profile : Bank West


  1. Isn't this hosted iNotes, ie not the Lotus iNotes most people think of, but the outblaze acuisition?

  2. Way to look for that cloud inside the silver lining, Carl.