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Posted: 06 Oct 2009 05:52 AM PDT
De deze week te verschijnen versie van IBM's Lotus Domino 8.5.1 zal ingebouwde ondersteuning voor de Apple iPhone bevatten. De iPhone gebruiker kan dan draadloos e-mail, contacten en agendagegevens synchroniseren. We zijn bijna vergeten dat het nog bestaat, de IBM Lotus software, met een grote schare aan trouwe vooral zakelijke aanhangers. Lotus Notes is een van de langst bestaande pakketten voor het samenwerken in groepen met het uitwisselen van informatie.
Posted: 06 Oct 2009 05:26 AM PDT
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Posted: 06 Oct 2009 03:41 AM PDT
Org Chart Web Part - Part I - Overview and Download In this post we are going to explore User Profiles by extending the Organizational Hierarchy in MOSS. I've posted in Codeplex both installer and code for the Organizational Chart Hierarchy web part. This post will only discuss installation and configuration. I will discuss the code in posts to come.
Posted: 06 Oct 2009 03:20 AM PDT
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