Andy Pedisich April 9 2008 09:43:16 PMHere's some information from the Lotus Users Group that I want to pass along.
LotusUserGroup.org is hosting Lotusphere Comes to You Online. This is an online event series featuring updated presentations from Lotusphere 2008 and even one or two new sessions. Designed to bring anyone who couldn't get to Orlando the critical information and the excitement they missed, this series will help you get more from your existing IT investment and boost collaboration across your enterprise.
The first of the series on Monday April 14th is:
Lotus Notes and Domino — The Road Ahead
Presenter: Ed Brill, Business Unit Executive, WW Lotus Notes/Domino Sales Leader
How do we top Lotus Notes and Domino 8? Learn about the roadmap for 2008 and beyond, giving you a glimpse into planned innovations for upcoming releases, intended to reduce the cost of managing and storing your email, offer additional deployment options, and drive continued optimization of employee productivity. We'll describe important initiatives designed to reduce the costs of running Lotus Domino in many areas including security, identity management, directory openness, storage reduction, administration, quality of service, 64 bit support and web application server. You should leave this session with a clear understanding of the Lotus Notes and Domino strategy and future roadmap, to help you plan future deployments.
Here are some others that are of interest:
April 28, 2008
IBM Lotus Sametime Strategy and Roadmap: The Future of Unified Communications and Collaboration
Presented by: Dave Marshak
May 12, 2008
The Business Value of Web 2.0 and Enterprise Portal Solutions
Presented by: Jon Raslawski
May 19, 2008
IBM Lotus Connections and Mashups
Presented by: Suzanne Minassian and Nicole Carrier
May 26, 2008
IBM Lotus Domino Designer
Presented by: Maureen Leland
June 23, 2008
Desktop of the Future
Presented by: Ed Brill and/or Alan Lepofsky
All the Lotusphere Comes To You Online sessions are free but require pre-registration. Sign up for as many as you like. You have to be a LotusUserGroup.org member, but membership is free.
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