Yesterday at Admin2006, I attended a presentation titled Lotus Notes "Hannover" - What It Means to You by Ed Brill and Mary Beth Raven. The session was packed while Ed and Mary provided a look at how Lotus Notes and Domino will be extending in 2006 and a look into 2007. The session lasted 90 minutes and was full of new and exciting information. If you would like to learn more, visit Ed's and Mary's blog.
Domino messaging is a topic that I stay closely involved with in regards to anti-spam technologies. So I was pleased to see screen shots of SpamGuru in Hannover. SpamGuru technology is currently in Workplace Messaging as an emerging technology that came out from IBM research. If your attending Admin2006 and want to learn more about SpamGuru in Workplace Messaging, stop by the session I'm co-hosting titled IBM Workplace Messaging --Architecture, Management, and Security. SpamGuru will give the ability for users to vote on messages they feel are spam to help build an intelligent anti-spam filter based on user preferences. I'm excited.
SpamGuru in Hannover