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CollabSphere 2019

October 27, 2019 | 11:00 pm (CET)

AMER (North, Central and South America)
United States
Start: October 27, 2019 | 11:00 pm (CET)

Evolution of Collaboration…

…is the theme for the seventh annual CollabSphere Conference held on October 28-30, 2019 at the Hilton Hotel in Woburn, MA. With an ever-changing market, IBM and now HCL is moving forward in new directions to continue to be a leader in the marketplace. CollabSphere 2019 provide members of the ICS community to come together to learn from each other on future of both human and B2B collaboration while extending and innovating their existing collaborative tools like IBM Domino to meet the ever change collaborative environment. panagenda will be on-site as platinum sponsor!
The agenda is out and our CollabSphere dedicated blog post outlines panagenda’s sessions. Have a look for yourself and follow us on Twitter for further developments.

Who to expect on-stage, at our booth & on the showfloor

Our sessions

October 28, 2019

8:00 am – 11:00 am | Walker

Workshop: Making Sense of Your Data – Finding Paths to Quick Wins, Migration and Cost Reductions with panagenda

Have you been tasked with getting off Domino or decreasing investment into Domino applications? Join the panagenda team as they walk through common business cases – environment consolidation, quick wins and migration – while eliminating up to 90% of scope/cost/time. Find out how your very own data gets turned into easy-to-understand dashboards that show current application usage, business value and transformation roadblocks so you can decide on what should be archived, migrated, rewritten or modernized. Get introduced to the next generation of Domino Application Analytics – iDNA for Applications and get tips and tricks from experts with decades of experience making Domino application environments more cost efficient. Learn about the new our new OfficeExpert solution and what you need to do to get ready for Notes 11!

Receive a complimentary 30-minute consultation with one of our experienced consultants to understand how to take the next steps forward!

Terri Warren Franz Walder Christoph Adler

4:45 pm – 5:30 pm | Walker

SUPERCHARGED HCL Notes V11 Upgrades: Turning the WORST Notes deployments into the BEST

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session and learn how you can take the WORST Notes client deployments (simulated multi-user, copied data directories, outdated templates, misconfigured workspace folders, dramatically grown data directories, very slow clients, clients with crashes, etc.)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.

Christoph Adler

October 29, 2019

10:00 am – 10:45 am | Thompson

Domino Application Strategy: Key insights for successful modernization and migration projects

panagenda reached out to 750+ professionals to share their company’s Domino application strategy. Join this session to find out what was most important to your peers and what challenges they had to overcome to make their project a success. Franz Walder presents the exciting results of the survey and explains what role analytics can play when tackling these challenges.

Franz Walder

12:00 pm – 12:45 pm | Russell

NotesHTTP and NotesJSON: Tips, Tricks, Traps, and Testing

HCL Notes/Domino version 10 introduced new classes for working with HTTP requests natively in LotusScript. This opens up a whole world of easy access to remote REST services, microservices, and other modern web technologies. On the surface these new classes seem easy to use, but there are plenty of things that aren’t obvious. SSL. UTF-8. Binary data. Cookies. State management. JSON limitations. In this session, you’ll learn all about how to work with these classes using real-world examples, what to watch out for, how to avoid problems, and how to test and debug.

Julian Robichaux

October 30, 2019

8:00 am – 8:45 am | Thompson

Dirty Secrets of the Notes Client

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.

Christoph Adler

10:00 am – 10:45 am | Russell

Unleashing the power of Analytics: Extracting insights and business intelligence from your collaboration landscape!

Today’s global organizations generate collaboration data at a scale never before seen. But data is nothing if we can’t make sense of it and use that knowledge to make informed decisions quickly and efficiently. Join panagenda consultant Terri Warren as she walks you through real-world business scenarios, defining the criteria for and categorizing of various elements of your collaboration landscape. She’ll highlight how visualizing data in real time gives organizations the ability to make fact-based conclusions and avoid the common pitfalls of using static representations of dynamic data. Whether to consolidate resources, lower license costs or identify which applications are best suited for HCL Nomad gaining critical insights and understanding your data makes it possible to keep up with your ever-changing landscape!

Terri Warren

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