Following the great news that we had back in October’17, IBM has been hosting a series of conference events and a series of public webinars to keep the IBM Domino community informed about what’s cooking in the lab in regards to Domino 10.

The first webinar was hosted on the 28th of February and included some really interesting details about the focus of Domino 10. The three points of interest were: Total Cost of Ownership, Experience and App Development.

The second webinar took place on April 19th and offered a great deal of detail about how legacy Domino apps can be modernized and made attractive to today’s user, without the need to write the code from scratch. IBM presented one way of doing it, using third party tools.

There are several ways to modernize your Domino apps, with a number of great solutions out there on the market. Feel free to give Prominic a call and ask how you can modernize your legacy Domino apps without much fuss, and we’ll be happy to recommend the right solution.

And now… last but certainly not least, comes the third webinar, which promises to offer even more information, more insight and give us a real look and feel on what Domino 10 will deliver to us. If you are as excited as we are about the new What’s new in Mail and Chat V10 make sure you register today. The webinar is scheduled for Thursday, May 24th at 10 am EST.


Original article (10/25/2017):

IBM has announced today;its commitment to the future of Notes Domino through a signed strategic partnership with HCL Technologies. The partnership aims to foster future development of the Domino product family that protects customers’ investment in the platform.

First and foremost, a new version 10 of IBM Notes Domino is now slotted to be released in 2018, backed by IBM’s announced investment in energizing the continued future development of the technology.

As part of laying out the roadmap for the future of Domino development, IBM and HCL announced Domino 2025 Jam to get the Notes Domino community actively involved in shaping the future of the platform.  Through several community events, IBM aims “to help increase client and lab advocacy and serve as a way for groups to provide feedback on feature updates and the future direction of the Domino product family.”

In basic terms, there is no longer an end date in sight for the IBM Notes Domino product family.

And that is fantastic news.