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I have exciting news for everyone who plans on attending Social Connections 11 this June 1-2 in Chicago. I have been recognized for being passionate about social business and was invited to be a speaker at this great event. This is set to be an exciting and information event as it features more than fifty..

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Maximize the Potential of your Office 365 Environment It’s critical for IT administrators to provide an excellent end-user experience, avoiding interruptions in application performance at all costs. This is why server monitoring resonates with many administrators today, as they can easily realize how beneficial the insights provided by monitoring can be. Some elements of IT..

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IBM Connections 6.0 is now available to download IBM Connections 6.0 brings new potential to the end-user by empowering them to thrive with a richer, more focused and more effective experience. In Connections 6.0 IBM added new functionality across the board, enhancing multiple aspects of the collaborative landscape. New functionalities can be seen in the..

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We are just about a quarter of the way into 2017 and VitalSigns server monitoring has already been creating some buzz within the enterprise collaboration community. The fourth release of VitalSigns became available at the start of the year and has been praised for its beautiful new interface, but more importantly its ability to monitor..

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General IBM News In the spirit of apparent “gamification” IBM announced it would stop issuing certifications in favor of virtual badges. I’m not entirely sure what the difference is, exactly, except that it is supposed to be more fun.   Julian Robicheaux was named the third Lifetime IBM Champion, which is quite an honor for him..

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Experience the new and improved release of VitalSigns with this quick overview video created by Vitalsigns creator and IBM Champion, Alan Forbes. Featuring a completely rebuilt user interface to allow for quick assessment of the entire environment from a unified, color coded dashboard. As a comprehensive monitoring tool for all enterprise environments, including IBM Connections,..

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After two years of heading the cloud division, and 36 years with IBM, Cloud senior vice president, Robert LeBlanc will be retiring from the company. As anticipated this news had set off a chain-reaction of executive reorganization. The changes transform Cloud as Hybrid Cloud, which now is put under combined Cognitive Solutions and research leadership..

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Well, even after 17 years, we are still experiencing some firsts with the always exciting IBM Connect Conference. For me personally this will be a very exciting conference, as it will be my first time attending as an IBM Champion, something that I consider as a great honor. The first major change for this year’s..

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We are very proud to announce that our own Alan Forbes was named a 2017 IBM Champion for Collaboration Solutions. This is a great honor given to only a select number of thought leaders in the technical community. VitalSigns, an innovative monitoring solution for existing ICS environments, helped Alan to achieve the prestige status of..

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This week was the 32nd anniversary of the start of Lotus Notes. What is amazing is the context. In December 1984 the IBM PC was only 3 years old. No GUI. No real networking.  I remember my first job with a Lotus Business partner we had to bring network cards that plugged into the parallel..