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IBM ConnectED, BP101: @IF("It\'s Really Good";"It MUST Be Notes";"Must Be Something Else") 25 Notes on 25 Years of Notes!

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25 years of the most revolutionary desktop application ever created condensed into 25 "Notes". We'll panel our way through the good, the interesting and the controversial, as we take a trip down memory lane, you'll laugh, you'll cry, but one thing is for certain, you'll fall in love with Notes all over again!

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IBM ConnectED, BP101: @IF("It\'s Really Good";"It MUST Be Notes";"Must Be Something Else") 25 Notes on 25 Years of Notes!

  1. 1. @IF("It's Really Good"; "It MUST Be Notes"; "Must Be Something Else") 25 Notes on 25 Years of Notes! Carl Tyler, Epilio Mat Newman, IBM Alan Lepofsky, Constellation Research
  2. 2. Who are we  Carl (1991 v1) – @flyboytyler  Mat (1992 v2) – @matnewman  Alan (1993 2.1) – @alanlepo
  3. 3. Summary 25 years of the most revolutionary desktop application ever created condensed into 25 "Notes". We'll panel our way through the good, the interesting and the controversial, as we take a trip down memory lane, you'll laugh, you'll cry, but one thing is for certain, you'll fall in love with Notes all over again!
  4. 4. Social Collaboration  What is social collaboration? You could argue, as many marketing people do implicitly, that it is any software that supports social interaction (such as a multi-user database or at a higher level a graphics package which aids communication). We prefer to think of social collaboration as software that does something to information rather than just store it or pass it along. That is, social collaboration is active in behalf of a group, as opposed to agents, which are active in behalf of a person. (social collaboration, of course, can coordinate agents and resources, such as schedules or data or access to physical objects such as meeting space.)
  5. 5. Groupware: a Definition  This is the description of groupware from a sample file that shipped with the Magellan Bonus Viewer Pack (circa mid 1980's).  GROUPWARE: A FRAMEWORK  The "purpose" of computers is to automate work; for that, the work must be defined explicitly and routine processes and data structures must be identified. In the beginning, we discovered the routine tasks underlying accounting, transaction processing, and the like. With the advent of the personal computer, we progressed to financial model-building (Lotus 1-2-3) and text-processing (database management had already been addressed on mainframes). With the current world of networked pcs and departmental servers, we are beginning to understand the processes of people working together well enough to automate them, using tools and structures loosely classed as "groupware."  What is groupware? You could argue, as many marketing people do implicitly, that it is any software that supports group work (such as a multi-user database or at a higher level a graphics package which aids communication). We prefer to think of groupware as software that does something to information rather than just store it or pass it along. That is, groupware is active in behalf of a group, as opposed to agents, which are active in behalf of a person. (Groupware, of course, can coordinate agents and resources, such as schedules or data or access to physical objects such as meeting space.)
  6. 6. Cloud IBM Connections Cloud Outblaze 1989 1998 2003 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 20142002 2007 LotusLive/Smartcloud iNotes IBM SmartcloudLotusLive IBM Connections Mail Cloud 2015 >>> On Premises Lotus Connections IBM Connections Lotus Notes Server Lotus Notes IBM Lotus iNotes IBM Lotus Notes IBM Notes IBM iNotes Domino IBM Lotus Domino IBM Domino Solr Search IBM Verse 1 2 5 64 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Analytics 1996 IBM Sametime 3 15 IBM Lotus SametimeSametime
  7. 7. The timeline at the bottom of the graphic is explained here:  1 1989 – Lotus Development Corporation release the first version of the Lotus Notes Client and the Lotus Notes Server on the 27th of November  2 1996 – To recognise the expanding capabilities of the Lotus Notes Server with it's ability to host applications accessed by a growing number of clients and protocols, Lotus rename the server component "Lotus Domino".  3 1998 – The convergence between Messaging, Chat and Presence begins with the introduction of Lotus Sametime  4 2002 – The first version of Notes/Domino and Sametime to officially carry the IBM brand "IBM Lotus Notes", "IBM Lotus Domino" and "IBM Lotus Sametime"  5 2003 – Introduction of the Domino based iNotes browser client, a new way to access Domino hosted mail through a Browser  6 2007 – IBM launches Lotus Connections, an enterprise social platform that would begin to dramatically transform interaction and communication within the enterprise.  7 2008 – The launch of IBM's hosted cloud service for Messaging and Collaboration - LotusLive  8 2009 – IBM acquires 'Outblaze' a web based SAAS offering providing mail, calendar and contacts  9 2010  Outblaze is incorporated into LotusLive and offered as "LotusLive iNotes" as an entry level cloud based messaging system which should not to be confused with Domino based iNotes, which on IBM's cloud is called "Notes Web Access"  10 2011 – IBM announces the re-branding of LotusLive to IBM Smartcloud  11 2011 – Rebranding of Lotus Connections to IBM Connections  12 2013 – IBM begins removing individual 'brand' names from all of it's offerings, releasing IBM Notes, IBM iNotes and IBM Domino, version 9: "Social Edition" signifying the closer integration of IBM's Messaging & Collaboration and Social Business platforms.  13 2014 – IBM's entry level SAAS mail offering (originally Outblaze) is renamed under the IBM Connections Cloud portfolio  14 2014 – IBM Smartcloud rebranded as IBM Connections Cloud  15 2015 – The convergence of Messaging & Collaboration and Enterprise Social platforms, backed by powerful Analytics capabilities, and tightly integrated Search, IBM's Verse interface is released for General Availability.
  8. 8. Lotus Notes 1.0 - 1989  The first release of Notes shipped in 1989. During the first year it was on the market, more than 35,000 copies of Notes were sold. The Notes client required DOS 3.1 or OS/2. The Notes server required either DOS 3.1, 4.0, or OS/2.
  9. 9. Helping people work together is what Lotus does best. Notes from Lotus Until now, most PC software was designed for individuals using individual PCs. But today, more and more people are working in teams on networked PCs that require a new kind of software. Software that lets them quickly share ideas and information no matter where, when or how they work. Enter Lotus Notes. The first software than actually thrives on the fact that people need to work together to be effective. Lotus Notes creates a new communications environment where users can develop applications - for sales tracking, project management, customer service, and free form discussions of all kinds - and routinely access and share this information from their desktop to anyone, anywhere in the world. In fact, no other software maximizes your investments in networked PCs like Lotus Notes. After all, helping people work together is what Lotus does best.
  10. 10. User Interface Hall of Shame
  11. 11. Tiles Tabs Twisties
  12. 12. ID files  2 Factor Authentication  "Escrow Agent"  ID Recovery  ID Vault
  13. 13. Replication  Synchronise data  Server-Server  Client-Server  Only replicates CHANGES  FIELD level! Database Document Field Field Field Database Document Field Field Field
  14. 14. Offline  Amazing Architecture – Properties – Security – Design (Interface) – Data
  15. 15. ACL's & ECL's  ACL (Access Control List) – Access to a Database  ECL (Execution Control List) – Who is trusted to run what – Allows/Prevents the Notes client from running code
  16. 16. Live DEMO!!!!
  17. 17. Lotus Agenda
  18. 18. Actioneer
  19. 19. Lotus Notes 2.0 - 1991  C Applications Programming Interface (API)  Column totals in views  Tables and paragraph styles  Rich text support  Additional formula language @functions  Address look-up in mail  Multiple Name and Address books  Return receipt for mail memos  Forwarding documents via mail  Larger databases and desktop files
  20. 20. Lotus Notes 3 - 1993  Full-text search  Hierarchical names, views, forms, and filters  Additional mobile features, including background replication  Enhanced scalability  Alternate mail capability  Development of common API strategies for cross-platform Notes applications  Selective replication  Support for AppleTalk networks  Deployment and administrative improvements  Support for the Macintosh client  A server for the Windows operating system
  21. 21. 1995 IBM acquires Lotus Development Corporation
  22. 22. Lotus Notes 4 - 1996  LotusScript, a programming language built into Notes  A three-paned UI for mail and other applications with document preview ability  Pass-thru servers  A new graphical user interface for server administrators  Built-in Internet integration, including Web browser accessible Notes databases  Upward mobility, including locations and stacked icons  An enhanced replicator page  Rapid application development and programmability as a result of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), infoboxes, and redesigned templates  View, folder, and design features, including the ability to create action bars, the ability to create navigators that allowed easy graphical navigation among views, and improved table support  Search features, such as the ability to search a database without indexing it, and the ability to add conditions to a search with the Search Builder without writing a formula  Security features, such as the ability to keep local databases secure and the ability to restrict who can read selected documents  Internet server improvements, including SOCKS support, HTTP proxy support, and Notes RPC proxy support
  23. 23. 1996 Notes gets LotusScript  Object Oriented Scripting Language  Originally appeared in VIP (VB Competitor)  Introduced with Notes 4  Classes added to the Language to cater for Notes DB's and UI
  24. 24. Lotus Components  Word Processor  Spreadsheet  Presentation  Graphs/Charts  Project Schedule  Draw/Diagram  Programmable and extensible https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyOs3mnj5_I
  25. 25. Dennis Leary Commercials: "Work the Web!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV3bbwDa308
  26. 26. Learningspace
  27. 27. Domino.Doc  Document Management  Workflow  Checkin-Checkout  Editors/Readers  Notifications
  28. 28. Notes Reporter  Essentially "Lotus Approach" – (first help files still mentioned "Approach")  Access Server or Local Databases  Use Views and Folders as "Table Sources"  Normalized Notes Multi-Value fields  Generate reports/charts from Notes data
  29. 29. SwiftFile  "Intelligent assistant for filing mail"  Available on CD's with the client  Only for Windows  Intelligently learns folder patterns  Makes recommendations of folders
  30. 30. The I AM Campaign  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRAhCCGb7BY
  31. 31. Lotus Notes 5 - 1999  Internet messaging and directories, including full-fidelity messaging, native MIME and SMTP support, the new Directory Catalog, and LDAP features  Expanded Web application services, including CORBA-standard distributed objects, Java, JavaScript, Web clusters, and Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) HTTP services  Database improvements, such as transaction logging and a new on-disk structure (ODS)  Release 5.0. was available on Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 98, OS/2, Netware, and UNIX. This wide availability, combined with its ability to entwine Lotus Notes with the Internet, set a new standard for:  Easy access to all the information that is important to you, be it personal or public  Server independence because of the ability to use Lotus Notes with Lotus Domino Release 5 as well as other Internet-standard servers  The ability to read and send messages to any Internet mail server without needing to know about Internet standards, thanks to one, consistent interface  The latest innovations in Internet messaging with native support for all the major Internet standards
  32. 32. Mobile - 2001
  33. 33. Mobile Notes
  34. 34. Lotus Notes 6 - 2002  Customize views with your mouse, rearranging or hiding columns, and setting colors to identify senders. Notes remembers your sorting and color preferences  Display your bookmarks as a grid like the workspace  Locate a document, view, database, or Web page you visited several days ago  Reorder window tabs by dragging  Identify and mark languages within a document  Drag and drop files within Notes and between your operating system and Notes  Rearrange a list by moving items up or down  Copy a view as a table  Lock a document to prevent replication and save conflicts  Drag and Drop of Folders  Replication of unread marks between servers  Follow-up flags  Reply and forward indicators on emails  Ability to edit an attachment and save the changes back to a document
  35. 35. Workplace
  36. 36. Lotus Notes 7 - 2005  Action bar commands in views are now available in right-click menus – eg:Mail Right-Click Commands are no longer generic Notes Document options  Web Services  Numerous Feature improvements in Mail/Calendar/Address/To-Do  Tighter Sametime integration throughout the Notes client http://youtu.be/aRWmgSxXVII
  37. 37. Quickplace/QuickR  Domino.Doc.Next  Templates  Themes  Extensible
  38. 38. Lotus Notes 8 - 2007  Eclipse Framework  Composite Applications  Live Text  Widgets  Actions  Plugins
  39. 39. Widgets  Easy way to access information from: – Web Sites – Notes Databases – Feeds (both RSS and iCAL)
  40. 40. Live Text and Actions
  41. 41. Plugins  Java Applications  Built within Eclipse framework  Extend the Notes client  Leverage/Integrate ANYTHING
  42. 42. IBM Notes 9 - 2013  Rebranding across IBM's software portfolio removes names such as "Lotus" "Tivoli", etc  Delivery of "OneUI" (aka "Vulcan")  Tight integration of the ICS platform – Domino – Connections – Sametime  Embedded Experiences deliver actionable content directly within an email: – "focus on your work, not your inbox!"
  43. 43. Embedded Experiences  Wired Widgets: The Next Generation!  Action information without leaving your inbox
  44. 44. IBM Verse  "A New Way to Work!"
  45. 45. Thank You Questions?
  46. 46. Engage Online  SocialBiz User Group socialbizug.org –Join the epicenter of Notes and Collaboration user groups  Social Business Insights blog ibm.com/blogs/socialbusiness –Read and engage with our bloggers  Follow us on Twitter –@IBMConnect and @IBMSocialBiz  LinkedIn http://bit.ly/SBComm –Participate in the IBM Social Business group on LinkedIn  Facebook https://www.facebook.com/IBMConnected –Like IBM Social Business on Facebook
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