Messaging and collaboration software research company Ferris Research estimates that ownership costs for Notes/Domino 7 will be 8 percent to 9 percent lower than for Notes/Domino 6, which debuted three years ago. In research funded by IBM, Ferris concluded that organizations won't see savings on their general per-user infrastructure costs from Notes/Domino 7 (as they would have from the previous release, version 6, which included new network compression technology), but they will save on direct hardware and software licensing costs--as well as benefitting from greater user productivity--thanks to improvements in areas such as search and message prioritization.
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