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Currently, there are over ten million IBM Notes applications running global enterprises – few of which are available to even the simplest of mobile technologies. When you choose Red Pill Now to modernize your IBM Notes domain, your options for accessing your data extend beyond the Notes Client.

With Red Pill Now’s technology, your team will be able to develop for IBM XPages, HTML5,, Angular.js, Google Cloud, Microsoft Office 365, and more. And our approach to modernizing your Notes data takes less time, is less risky, and costs less than conventional data conversion and migration methods.

Red Pill Now can also develop a modern, front-end for your applications. Our expert team of software designers and developers will ensure your solution is designed to delight your customers – while promoting adoption throughout your organization.

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1612, 2016

Red Pill Now’s Champions

December 16th, 2016|0 Comments

Since its formation in 2013 Red Pill Now has actively encourage its team members to be active members of the community. Whether it be through participation in technical forums, presenting at conferences and user groups,

911, 2016

Installing and Configuring IBM Domino 9 on CentOS 6 Enterprise Linux

November 9th, 2016|7 Comments

A few years ago, shortly after the release of Domino 9,  I wrote an instructional guide (along with some videos posted to YouTube) on how to install and configure IBM Domino on CentOS and posted

811, 2016

IBM Traveler and Verse: Device Security and Administration Overview

November 8th, 2016|0 Comments

There currently seems to be a great deal of confusion about IBM Traveler and Verse with regard to device security and administration. The necessary overview information is available from IBM, but is rather dispersed and