"The full-text searching capabilities are great."
"I find the HCL Domino server scalable."
"The pricing is excellent."
"They offer good support and provide a roadmap."
"The most valuable feature is the UI."
"Its security is absolutely stratospheric. In an application, you can lock down to field-level security. For example, I could log in and see a field in an HR database with salaries. When you log in, you see exactly the same database, but the field with the salary just isn't there. So, you can literally have field-level security on it, and you can also have secure encryption. For example, I could give you that database allowing you to see the salary, but a calculation that shows how much they get per month in another field is encrypted. So, you won't be able to see that because you don't have the encryption key. You can implement high-level security very simply."
"The initial setup was easy for me."
"The solution is practical, good interface, and performs well."
"The solution provides great security."
"The product is very stable and scalable."
"It is easy to integrate the product with other services."
"When you compare with Microsoft Exchange, the UI could be more user-friendly."
"Recently, IBM sold the product to HCL. Since Pakistan and India have some problems on a domestic level, we were actually considering replacing it with Indian products from the organization. We're just facing some regulatory issues."
"The solution could improve Kubernetes or Dockers migration to new environments in the cloud."
"From the Domino side, it should support DKIM and DMARC."
"The only improvement that we're planning to do is that all our applications are still designed in the layout and format of Notes version 4, and our plan over the coming years is to modernize their look. One of the things they're developing or considering deploying is a program to automatically upgrade the look and feel of databases. If they deploy that, that will be revolutionary. In other words, we decide on a corporate look and feel for our database and press a button. We've probably got 50 different applications in Notes, and it would just go through the whole lot and upgrade all of them to look the same."
"I would like to see integration with other solutions."
"Notes needs a major upgrade for the UI."
"The interface could be more user-friendly. Some additional trainings could be added as well."
"GUI and replication can be improved."
"There is a chat component but it does not work properly."
"The solution could improve by adding some more features."
"It is a heavy program and uses more resources than an email client should."
HCL Domino (formerly IBM Domino) is a secure, enterprise-grade, application development platform. From IT to business, HCL Domino is the only low to pro-code application development platform that allows your business to build robust applications to solve workflow and process challenges fast. HCL Domino powers businesses around the world with 15,000 customers and 10 million apps built on our platform. HCL Domino has always been a secure, rock-solid, and proven solution.
HCL Domino is ranked 15th in Rapid Application Development Software with 4 reviews while HCL Notes is ranked 6th in Email Applications with 6 reviews. HCL Domino is rated 9.2, while HCL Notes is rated 8.2. The top reviewer of HCL Domino writes "Stable with good security and great integration capabilities". On the other hand, the top reviewer of HCL Notes writes "if you have no other choice, you just have to manage. The upside is stability and scalability". HCL Domino is most compared with Microsoft Exchange, Zimbra Collaboration, Microsoft PowerApps, Microsoft Exchange Online and HCL Verse, whereas HCL Notes is most compared with HCL Verse, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Exchange Online, G Suite Enterprise and Zimbra Collaboration.
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