We hope to see you there and invite you to visit with us at booth #213 and take a tour – or a deep dive of – the latest release of VitalSigns, our flagship monitoring and reporting solution for your entire IBM Messaging/Collaboration environment.
When you stop by booth #213 to say hello or to chat about your monitoring and administrative needs, make sure to enter the “Win a Mac Pack” drawing for a chance to take home a MacBook Air 13, an Apple TV, and an iPad Air. For contest details visit the NotesCode website.
RPR Wyatt has come together with other long time IBM Business Partners – Mayflower Software, Sherpa, and Crossware – to host the “Work Smart, Party Smarter” event at 4 PM on Sunday, January 26th at the Crescent Terrace. View the party inviation and RSPV here.
I really wonder why Product Managers do the things they do sometimes.
As a UI fanatic, it really bugs me to see stupid ‘features’. Did a Product Manager really think that anyone quitting Skype would think that they could still receive or send instant messages? Hello! I’m quitting Skype. Notice that there is no checkbox that says “Don’t warn me again”.
You will never see something like that in VitalSigns, and if you do please let us know immediately and we’ll get rid of it.
For those of you who missed it, we hosted a webinar along with NotesCode to publicly demo the new VitalSigns Plus
We have been super busy lately putting the final polishes on VitalSigns Plus. For those of you who might not have heard, VitalSigns Plus is the next generation of VitalSigns. We have entirely re-engineered the user interface so that the entire product is browser based. This means that you do not have to RDP into a workstation to make configuration changes anymore. We’ve also added granularity over users so that only specific users can make changes to configuration or changes to a specific subset of servers.
Our report engine has been completely redone too. Stay posted folks, these are exciting times.
In the course of facilitating an evaluation with a potential customer, we performed a ‘findings review’ where we walked the customer through the potential issues that VitalSigns had discovered. One thing was a surprise for us, and I’ll let you look at the screen shot to enjoy it yourself. Domino never ceases to amaze me. (Hint – look at the Domino Version column to see what this guy still has running -successfully — in production.)