Thursday, November 06, 2003

IBM's Lotus targets e-mail holdouts | CNET

IBM's Lotus targets e-mail holdouts | CNET ""What we found as we talked to companies is that most of them had a significant population of workers who didn't have e-mail," mainly because of the complexity and expense of setting up an e-mail client such as Lotus Notes or Microsoft's Outlook, Bisconti said. "Even if we gave it away for free, Lotus Notes wouldn't be right for that population, because it's just too complicated."
With Web access becoming more common in the home and elsewhere, "it's getting more feasible to serve that end-user population," Bisconti said."

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