Peter Presnell

About Peter Presnell

CEO at Red Pill NOW. Strategist, technologist, blogger, presenter, and IBM Champion 2011/12. For years many companies have invested heavily in the Notes/Domino platform and I see my role as helping to find paths forward for that investment.
21 09, 2016

SmartChat

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

Today it is almost impossible to imagine heading too far without without (a) possession of a smartphone; and (b) having it connected to the Internet. Smartphones have totally transformed the utility value of s mobile phone. While phones themselves are not all that new, it has been the integration of software capabilities and data that

SmartChat 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
14 09, 2016

Was That It?

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

As expected, IBM came out with a series of announcements today. I already had a low set of expectations for what would be announced. But even then I still found myself profoundly disappointed with how little was actually released. Today IBM announced they were extending support for Notes & Domino to 2021. By my calculations IBM has generated

Was That It? 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
12 09, 2016

The Future Of Your Notes Data

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

Since I published my article Reading The IBM Tea Leaves just over a month ago we have been involved in a lot of discussions with customers and business partners about what happens next with Notes applications. There have also been significant discussion within the community following MWLUG, an event at which IBM allowed itself to get behind

The Future Of Your Notes Data 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
8 09, 2016

And Its Still Only Wednesday

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

It seems to be getting harder and harder for technologists to stay on top of all the announcements, especially as they relate to the collaboration space. This week has been no exception with a number of major announcements being made. Monday: Skype Teams Details have started to appear  that Microsoft on are developing their own competitor

And Its Still Only Wednesday 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
31 08, 2016

JavaOne

2016-08-31T16:51:09+00:00

Earlier this month Red Pill Now had the chance to introduce Kito Mann to the Lotus community when he co-presented with Keith Strickland at MWLUG - An Introduction to Web Components. JavaOne might seem a strange place for a Front End developer to attend, but Kito's background was originally in the areas of JSF and

JavaOne 2016-08-31T16:51:09+00:00
22 08, 2016

Why Web Components Matter

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

At MWLUG last week Kito Mann and Keith Strickland gave a presentation - An Introduction To Web Components. This presentation is now available on Slideshare and we hope to have a video of the session available soon.  It is now clear that Web development is moving away from server-sided development platforms such

Why Web Components Matter 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
19 08, 2016

MWLUG Recap

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

The Event As always MWLUG has been an awesome event thanks to the amazing efforts of Richard Moy and his team. There were many familiar faces, but there were some new faces as the mid-west slowly expands further south and further west each year to arrive in the center of Texas. This was my first

MWLUG Recap 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
16 08, 2016

The Lotus Position

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

Over the years I have had the chance to attend a lot of LUGs around the world including Engage (BLUG), Inform (AUSLUG), and of course there is MWLUG (people call me MWLUG). These events have provided me with the chance to hear from leading Notes Developers and Domino Administrators. But rarely do I get the

The Lotus Position 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
14 08, 2016

Pete Janzen: Lotus Legend

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

Many years ago I launched a web site called Lotus Legends that recognized the contributions made by many people inside and outside IBM to the Lotus Notes product. I retired the site after IBM announced its IBM Champions program. While both sought to provide recognition of the many contributions made by our community the two

Pete Janzen: Lotus Legend 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00
2 08, 2016

Reading The IBM Tea Leaves

2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00

Last week I read an interesting statement from an IBMer outlining a pending announcement in September of an updated policy on the Support Lifecycle for Notes/Domino. The standard IBM Support Lifecycle Policy commits IBM to supporting any version of its software for 3 years from its release date. With Notes 9.0.1 having been released in October 2013 we are

Reading The IBM Tea Leaves 2017-07-28T20:22:16+00:00