Sorry, that title is a bit of a cheap shot, but this has been nagging at me for a while, and I finally had to say something…
Lotus has been dealing with Web2.0 technology for what, a minimum of 18 months – 2 years? Blogs and wikis have been around for 5 years+, yes?
So why-oh-why does the Notes client spell check not recognise such common terms as web2.0, blog, wiki and mashup? Even worse, why does it not recognise Lotus’ own trademark products, Sametime and Quickr?
(Oh and I’m running the latest greatest Notes 8.5 Beta 1 here).
Surely it’s time for an update of the standard spell-check dictionaries for the Notes client?
About the Blog
Authored by Stuart McIntyre and Rooven Pakkiri, this is the corporate blog for Collaboration Matters covering the topics of Collaboration and Social Business.
However, unlike most corporate blogs, we won't pull any punches or slip into dull company speak, we aim to tell it as it is and to demonstrate true thought-leadership in this space.
- McKinsey Quarterly: Making internal collaboration work – An interview with Don Tapscott
- Get a fantastic deal for IBM Connect 2013 with Kenexa
- Joining the team… Sharon Bellamy
- The Social Business imperative – a time of radical corporate change
- IBM introduces the IBM Connections Suite
- The rise of the Community Manager and the Collaboration Garden: an IBM Social Business Briefing
- Collaboration Matters awarded IBM Platinum Achievement Award
- Different technology, same values
- Warning for IBM Connections admins – change that Plugin keyfile password!
- Social Connections III – Registration is open, session abstracts invited!