Notes was inspired by PLATO Notes, which ran under the PLATO system on the CDC 6600 1960. Ray Ozzie, who currently serves as Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft, worked with PLATO while attending the University of Illinois. When PC network technology began to emerge, Ozzie made a deal with Mitch Kapor, the founder of Lotus Development Corporation, that resulted in the formation of Iris Associates in 1984 to develop products that would combine the capabilities of PCs with the collaborative tools pioneered in PLATO. The agreement put control of product development under Iris, and sales and marketing under Lotus. In 1994, after the release and marketplace success of Notes R3, Lotus purchased Iris. In 1995 IBM purchased Lotus.
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