Lotus software achieved 30% year-to-year growth in Q4.
They did it in a year in which there was no major new release of Domino.
They did it in a year in which almost all their product buzz was about the version that wasn't even going into wide beta until the following year!
They did it in a year in which -- yet again -- a bunch of wannabe analysts and journalists declared them all but dead.
Now, let's review a little bit of recent (ahem!) analysis:
Either way, the revenues are going to fall. The question for IBM is do you build a new future, with new Lotus Notes revenue streams, or hold on to a glorious, but ever more distant past.
Rod, I sure hope you didn't sell short on IBM based on that prediction!
The past few years have been rough for IBM’s Lotus Notes e-mail and collaboration program. And now there is more bad news...
Now that Notes is clearly in second place, what spin can these head-in-the-sand Notes proponents adopt?
Daniel, are you ready to pull your own head out of the sand, or are you too embarassed about all that egg on your face?
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