From my vantage point and as I walk around the conference, I see many people working on their laptops. Many are using Lotus Notes. I suppose I shouldn't be surprised as many of the organizations that were pioneering in their application of KM were also pioneers many years earlier in their use of Lotus Notes. I don't know but there could well be a half a million or a million Notes users represented here. I wonder what the real numbers are. Any way, these are some smart people, focused on learning and knowledge and the productivity of the people in their organization.
I wonder what any of them would think about eProductivity for Lotus Notes