Lotus Domino for i5/OS: An IBM System i Buying and Selling Guide
An IBM Redpaper publication
Published 28 August 2006
IBM Form #: REDP-3845-01
Authors: LindaMay Patterson
Welcome to the "Lotus Domino for i5/OS: An IBM System i Buying and Selling Guide". This IBM Redpaper is tailored to help management and the IT staff evaluate how Lotus Domino for i5/OS and the Lotus Domino extended products available for IBM i5/OS can provide cost-effective solutions that satisfy your collaboration needs. This redpaper is also designed to help IBM sales teams and Business Partners improve their effectiveness in serving businesses that are looking for collaboration solutions. It offers valuable information to help you to understand and appreciate these products and the IBM System i product offering. In essence, this redpaper will guide you in making a confident and informed decision about the Domino for i5/OS and the Lotus Domino extended products.
This redpaper consolidates information from many sources, giving you one resource for facts about Lotus Domino for i5/OS and the Lotus Domino extended products that are available for i5/OS. It places all the information you need at your finger tips, so you can learn how these products can have a positive impact on your communication and collaboration challenges. This redpaper includes valuable details about products, information sources, education, training and certification, technical assistance, services, finding a partner, support information, references, and more.
Make this consolidated guide your primary source to help you understand these products. Then you'll have the knowledge to make the right decisions about how they can benefit your businesses and improve your team's ability to communicate and collaborate, now and in the future.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Getting started: Key questions to consider
Chapter 2. Lotus and related products for the System i offering
Chapter 3. Requirements
Chapter 4. Sales support
Chapter 5. Education, training, and information sources
Chapter 6. Frequently asked questions
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