Lotus Notes Idea Book

Series
Addison-Wesley
Author
Jeff Kovel / Kent Quirk / Jay Gabin  
Publisher
Addison-Wesley
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
416
Pub.-date
December 1995
ISBN13
9780201407877
ISBN
0201407876
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Get the most out of Lotus Notes!

Making the leap from knowing the features of Notes to understanding the truebreadth of its capabilities is one of the most important steps on the way tousing Notes effectively. In The Lotus NotesĀ® Idea Book experts Jeff Kovel, Kent Quirk, and Jay Gabin have brought together a collection of applications that showcase Notes' flexibility, depth, and the way in which itcan transform many different kinds of companies and businesses. If you'rethinking about Notes but not sure what it can do for you, this book will giveyou real-life examples of what other companies have done. If you already haveNotes, it will expand your horizons and show you some of the most creative andinteresting Notes applications in use today.

The Lotus Notes Idea Book takes you from small-group applications that are appropriate for small teams to highly complex, enterprise-wide applications that serve thousands of users in several locations. This book describes the evolution and implementation of each application, paying special attention to the creative and innovative way each application makes use of the features thatare unique to Notes.

If you're interested in making the most out of your investment in Notes,The Lotus Notes Idea Book is for you.



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Author

Jeffrey Kovel is the founder and CEO of Katahdin Consulting. Prior to thishe was a member of Lotus Development's Consulting Services Group.

Kent Quirk is a specialist in software user interface design, a Notesconsultant, and an author. He formerly worked for Lotus and was one of thedesigners of Lotus Notes ViP.

Jay Gabin

studied operations research at Cornell University and StanfordUniversity before joining AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1986. He currentlyworks as a designer/developer on the AT&T Network Notes service offering.



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