Wednesday 3 May 1995 | 00:00 CET | News
Lotus Development (Cambridge, MA) is supplying the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), US secret service, with its Notes groupware product. The CIA selected Notes because of the built-in access control and encryption facilities of the software. The CIA is also using the software to automate as many of its processes as possible, to reduce its paper use and to reorganise its E-mail network, which was previously based around some 18 different proprietary systems. Now, some 85% of all CIA E-mails are transmitted using Lotus Notes. Article discusses the CIA's E-mail use in further detail.

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