Posts tagged with ‘Symphony’

IT spending in the UK’s Public Sector

Posted by Darren on March 30th, 2011 / 2 comments

My frolleague Richard Voaden sent this article my way this afternoon…

Ian Watmore – who is now in charge of a Whitehall efficiency drive – gave a scathing assessment of the previous government’s IT record.

The article suggests that expensive … [more]

A simple Connections story

Posted by Darren on January 25th, 2011 / No comments

Here in IBM-land we use Connections every day, often without thinking about it. I’ve got so used to it being there that it’s become second nature, but every now and again I stop to appreciate its value. And here’s a … [more]

Symphony 3 beta 3

Posted by Darren on June 8th, 2010 / 1 comment

Ooops, IBM Lotus Symphony 3, to give it its correct branding. Anyway, you all know the story with Symphony… spreadsheets, word processing and presentations, compatible with Microsoft Office and the Open Document Formats, it comes with IBM Lotus Notes 8.x … [more]

More composite application and Symphony goodness

Posted by Darren on September 14th, 2009 / No comments

In an attempt to completely alienate everyone who just comes to dadams.co.uk for humour and pedantry, here is the third part of our look at Notes 8.x composite applications. Our previous look at integrating Symphony spreadsheets with a composite application[more]

Lotus Notes and Symphony composite application

Posted by Darren on September 9th, 2009 / No comments

My previous post on composite applications turned out to be a bit of a mix-up because composite application guru Bob Balfe spotted that although I was using the new view container, I was still defining the wiring properties the old … [more]

An award for Lotus Symphony

Posted by Darren on February 15th, 2008 / No comments

Datamation have announced their ‘2008 Products of the Year‘ winners. As it’s only February I feel it might be a trifle early to assess the whole of 2008, but it’s probably like the Brit Awards 2008 where they … [more]