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Domino 6 vs. Exchange 2000

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According to attached reports Domino is cheaper then Exchange …

According to attached reports Domino is cheaper then Exchange
Infrastructure deployment (Windows 2000 Server, Active Directory)
Deploy Exchange 2000 ( Mail migration)
Application Transformation
Additional Hardware
Training (End user, Administrators)
Network topology (bandwidth, Latency)

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  • 1. Domino 6 vs. Exchange 2000 Lars-Olof Allerhed Advisorty IT-Specialist
  • 2. Cost / TCO
    • According to attached reports Domino is cheaper then Exchange
    • Infrastructure deployment (Windows 2000 Server, Active Directory)
    • Deploy Exchange 2000 ( Mail migration)
    • Application Transformation
    • Additional Hardware
    • Training (End user, Administrators)
    • Network topology (bandwidth, Latency)
  • 3. Security
    • Built in PKI
    • ECL (Execution Control List)
    • CA Process
    • Smart Card Support
    • Policies
  • 4. Accessibility
    • Client Agnostic (Notes Client, Web browser, PDA, WAP Phone, Outlook, IMAP Klient)
    • Rich API (COM/COM+, JAVA API, Taglibrary for JSP)
    • Web Service Enabled (5.0.9)
  • 5. Compabilities Development Evolution without Abandonment Forms Views @Formula R2 Forms Views @Formula Agents ODBC R3 Forms Views @Formula Agents ODBC LotusScript R4 Forms Views @Formula Agents ODBC LotusScript HTML Pages R4.5 Forms Views @Formula Agents ODBC LotusScript HTML Pages Framesets JavaScript Java R5 Forms Views @Formula Agents ODBC LotusScript HTML Pages Framesets JavaScript Java WebSphere -Servlet -JSP -SOAP/XML Native RDB integration v6 Forms Views @Formula Agents ODBC LotusScript HTML Pages Framesets JavaScript Java WebSphere -Servlet -JSP -SOAP/XML Native RDB integration continued technological evolution v7
  • 6. Architecture 100% Collaboration Time
    • W2K
    • AD
    • EXCH 2K
    • IIS
    • OWA
    • Windows.NET Server
    • AD 2.0
    • SQL 2002
    • ” YUKON”
    • Domino 5
    • Domino 7
    .NET J2EE Architectual Changes ( WebStorage System Discontinued )
    • Domino 6
    Architectual Changes ( WebStorage System Introduced )
    • WIN NT 4
    • EXCH 5.5
  • 7. Business Trends
    • IT cost controls, emphasis on ROI
    • Globalization of teams
    • Internet introduces new business models and need for B2B integration
    • Reduction in business travel
    • Increased time pressures - "Internet time"
      • product lifecycles
      • time-to-market
      • information flow
  • 8. Summary
    • Current business, technology, and market trends indicate it is time for the "NextGen"
    • Lotus strategy:
      • Modular collaborative services
      • Self-contained evolves to flexible, scalable, standardized
    • What you have deployed today will continue to work and remains relevant to your infrastructure