Migrations Migrations Migrations…

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Damn. Its been a while since I blogged. Rivit has been really busy the last couple of months.

Our core focus is now Migration. Migrating people from one platform to another.  Typically we are seeing IBM Lotus Domino clients moving their mail or applications to another platform.  However, we also see companies moving between archiving products.  But We’ll talk about archiving migrations in a later blog.

We see numerous IBM clients that have made the management decision to migrate.  We get the ...

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So maybe Domino isn’t dead yet…

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Since becoming Rivit we’ve been focused more and more on the transition of our clients away from Domino or the notes client.  We’ve been working with Binary Tree (BTW. great people and great software – www.binarytree.com) on migrating email and working with our friends at DLI to move Domino Applications to a browser based domino framework using DOCOVA (www.docova.com).

However since November we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the Domino World.  Especially on our product side.   We saw a huge uptake ...

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Lotusphere 2012 is officially open and Rivit is here!

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Lotusphere 2012 is open and Rivit Technology Partner is an Exhibitor.  Following on a fantastic 2011, Rivit is announcing our new DCOM – Domino Application Archiving product, and it is making waves!

We are also demonstrating our Enforcer and Pursuit products which provide Email Risk Management and Archiving.

Come by booth 201 and see a demo.  If you can’t make it book and attend a demo we will send you an itunes ...

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What the heck is a Rivit?

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After 14 years of running metaLogic, we decided that it would be better to split off the product division and the associated talent into a separate company.   However we didn’t just stop there we looked at all that was good and bad in metalogic.  The good we made better and the bad we eliminated.   Our key philosphy is to move quickly with market momentum.  That means that we will move more quickly with customer and market needs.

It hasn’t ...

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