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Welcome to Las Vegas

The collaboration conference formerly known as IBM Connect has evolved once more and will be taking place in Las Vegas as part of IBM Think. IBM Think is a combination of IBM’s seven major conferences and is expected to attract 40,000 attendees from all over the World.

If you have never visited Las Vegas for a mega-show, here is what to expect: The venue, Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, is one of the largest meeting facilities on the Las Vegas Strip, with 2.1 million square feet (195,000 square meters) of meeting and exhibition space. Walking from the hotel to the conference space alone takes 15 – 20 minutes each way so be sure to wear comfortable shoes and come see us at booth 752!

IBM Think 2018

With such a large venue, finding your way around may be daunting, similar to how plotting your path forward for your IBM Collaboration landscape can be. To help you along, panagenda is offering a free workshop at IBM Think on Sunday, March 18. Join us to learn how the brand-new version of ApplicationInsightsDataMiner and other panagenda solutions can provide a cohesive way to start your collaboration landscape transformation. Just like Vegas, we’re going the extra mile and offering a complimentary consultation with one of our experienced consultants, be sure to sign up below!

In addition to sponsoring at the very first IBM Think and hosting a meeting suite, we are also thrilled to feature two panagendians on stage. Have a look at the conference agenda covering anything from artificial intelligence, security to blockchain and collaboration and find out where Nico Meisenzahl and Christoph Adler will be sharing their expertise. We’re looking forward to seeing you in Vegas, at booth 752, at our workshop, consulting sessions or presentations to assist you in collaboration transformation. To book a meeting in our suite, please contact us directly!

Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right—Troubleshooting IBM Connections (by Nico Meisenzahl)
Monday, 10:30 AM – 11:10 AM | Surf B |
Session ID: 1574A

Curious about how to make your IBM Connections environment run smoothly while reducing support effort? Need help debugging and getting to the core of some Connections challenges? Join Nico to find out how to resolve common issues, and learn troubleshooting basics and other useful knowledge to ensure an efficient Connections on-premises environment. Level up your debugging skills while learning more about back-end topics such as IBM Cloud Private, Db2, TDI, SSO, Directory and integrations like Docs, CCM, Cognos and FEB. He’ll also cover the new PINK features like Orient Me, Metrics and Customizer. Walk away with Connections best-practice tips and tricks to help you provide steady and efficient social capabilities!

IBM Notes Performance Boost—Reloaded
(by Christoph Adler)
Monday, 12:30 PM – 1:10 PM | Surf A |
Session ID: 2781A

Maximizing IBM Notes client performance doesn’t have to be complicated! Reloaded for the latest IBM Notes 9 version (9.0.1 Feature Pack 10 or later), find out what can be tuned—and how to resolve it. Learn how to debug your client; and how to deal with outdated ODS, network latency and application performance issues and the measurable benefit that provides to users. Gather best practices on how to streamline location and connection documents, and why the catalog.nsf is so important. Improve your IBM Notes client installations to provide a better experience for happier administration and happier end users! As a special bonus, Chris will show you how to improve the startup time of virtualized IBM Notes clients (Citrix, VMWare, etc.).

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