As Notes turns 25 we look at the future for this Rapid Application Development
Platform. Notes has been pronounced dead by many over the years and yet it still
lives on. In this session we look at other technologies that have lived on or suddenly
died out to find clues on what the future may hold for Notes.
As the number of devices collecting data grows the amount of data being
processed by organizations is exploding exponentially. Graph databases
are emerging as the preferred (and some would say only) way to handle Big
Data. In this talk we introduce graph databases and explore how they
become relevant to Notes/Domino applications.
Change is the only constant in life. Our success at home and work is directly
related to how well we recognize and respond to that constant need for
change. In the world of social business change has come in many forms and
the speed of that change continue to increase.
Suspected Black Hole
One of the most sarcastic voices in the community gives you the
what's what of the world, IBM, Google, collaboration, cloud, social
and any other buzz words you choose to toss at him.
The Samsung Galaxy
In one hour rotate around the room to hear 12 4-
minute action packed presentations. Learn about your
presenters, what they do, and what interests them
Explore some of the ways that existing Notes client applications can be enhanced
to make them look and behave like a modern application. Also explore options for
making the design of Notes applications better suited for use by modernization or
platform migration tools.