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Off to new shores

The first big Notes User Group event in Eastern Europe focusing on Notes / Domino after HCL’s Digital Solutions purchased IBM’s Collaboration portfolio will take place in….. Moscow, Russia. The two-day free RNUG conference close to the heart of Moscow focuses on HCLs collaboration solutions Notes/Domino/Sametime and Connections. Taking place from October 10 to 11 may not be a coincidence as Russian users are eager to upgrade from Notes 10 to a localized Notes 11.

panagenda is extremely proud to be part of this premier user-group event as platinum sponsor and present our solutions to the Russian market. Join one of our sessions, stop by at our booth, have a look at our Russian version of MarvelClient or simply connect with us and say “Hi”.

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Some friendly faces you’ll not only see at our booth and on the show floor…

Meet us at
booth #49

…but also in workshops and on stage

Fast. Dangerous. Always in control.

Learn the dirty secrets of the Notes Client and how you can turn them into golden features that will make you shine. You will leave the workshop equipped with new knowledge for your next Notes Client deployment and/or optimization project. You will be able to get better Notes client performance and stability by using less of the system resources, like CPU, Memory and File I/O – just because of the right tailor-made configuration of the Notes client for your very own system requirements. Get geared up for your next Notes V11 deployment with the best-practice tips to get Notes Clients deployed, configured, maintained and ‘finally’ loved by your users.

Don’t forget, IBM Notes V11 is not far away from being released.

Register here!

RNUG Workshop: Dirty Secrets of the Notes Client

In this session (reloaded for Notes V11), you will learn how easy it can be to maximize Notes client performance. Let Chris show you, what can be tuned and how to resolve the best possible performance for your Notes client infrastructure. Discover tips and tweaks – how to debug your Notes client, deal with outdated ODS, network latency and application performance issues and the measurable benefit that provides to your users. You’ll discover the current best practices for streamlining location and connection documents and why the catalog.nsf is still so important. You will leave the session with the knowledge you need to improve your Notes V11 client installations and to provide a better experience for happier administration and happier end-users!

Join this session and learn how you can take the WORST Notes client deployments (simulated multi-user, copied data directories, outdated templates, misconfigured workspace folders, dramatically grown data directories, very slow clients, clients with crashes, etc.) and clean it, upgrade it and deliver it WITHOUT DISRUPTION! No matter how much you try, you will always find Notes clients out there that do not behave or participate! Gain access to the best and latest Notes client management knowledge, combined with more than 15 years of experience with Notes client upgrades to get the fastest and most stable IBM Notes V11 Client ever.

Virtualizing IBM Notes V11 (incl. Language Packs, upcoming Fix Packs, IBM Connections Plugins for Notes and more) is an effective way to standardize your Notes client infrastructure, reduce costs for workstation hardware and give your users a consistent experience. In this session, you will learn how to implement, configure and tune IBM Notes V11 on platforms like Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop and get the most out of it by dramatically reducing start-up times (up to 70%), bringing a much better performance and increasing the stability into the Notes client. Beside a live demo on what we call “The Workspace (folder) Improvement” you’ll also get some worst practices stories as Chris shares his experiences from real-world client virtualization projects, how these stories can help you and a detailed recipe on ”How to run the Installation and initial configuration of Notes in the best possible way for your very own infrastructure.”

Digital transformation is a brutal driving force: Faster, higher, cheaper, further – all with fewer resources such as time and staff. Some seek the cure in the cloud, other offerings or a combination of both, whether Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint, Teams, Salesforce or similar. HCL Notes, Domino and Nomad have a lot to offer and various true and unique competitive advantages. In this session, we will look at how to best optimize and modernize existing application landscapes. This session is not about coding, but about understanding options, finding answers as well as best practices.

RNUG Session - Florian Vogler
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