The 43th DNUG conference will take place in Hamburg on June 1st and 2nd 2016. It offers an interesting session program with both business and tech oriented topics covering IBM’s collaboration portfolio. The respective tracks will be organized by the DNUG working groups. Speakers get a free ticket for the entire conference. Click here to register. Hash tag for the event: #dnug43
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On the agenda were interesting keynote and breakout sessions delivered by international-quality speakers in multiple tracks, a series of 15-minute Spotlight sessions for those that prefer a wide range of speakers and topics, ask IBM and a closing keynote. They includes the following topics: Case Studies, Management, Administration, and Development. Click here to register.
Andreas and Nils Rosen talked about using “IBM Connections as a backend for Enterprise Collaboration in Salesforce“.
Enterprise Integration Case Study: IBM and d.velop
In our speech on Tuesday we will speak about business requirements and their technical realization. We would like to show the advantages of clever coexistence, from a developer’s, architect’s or user’s point of view.
Speech (↑) on Tuesday, March 15 at 13.00, hall 23 in the Trailhead Theater for admins and developers.
New date! As well on Monday, March 14, 16.30 in hall 2 booth 10 in the MiniTheatre on IBM’s booth
OnTime Special! Meet us on Tuesday, March 15, 16.00 in hall 2, booth 10 in the MiniTheatre on IBM’s booth
Lars Schorling of OnTime will show us best practice for team work: “Empower your IBM Connections with Time”
All you should know of Connect in Orlando, up-to-date, condensed and systemised comprehensively: There were interesting sessions with first-class speakers. Here (↑) you will find the themes. The event was hosted by our partner TIMETOACT Group.
SecurTrac™ offers security through change logs
At our booth you could see SecurTrac (↑), a solution that helps you to fulfill auditing requirements in an easy and cost efficient way .
SecurTrac is a non-disruptive and non-intrusive compliance solution for corporate governance and auditing. It is the only complete audit trail system that tracks the life cycle of all user activities and other objects within IBM Lotus Notes and Domino. SecurTrac is completely scalable and can be configured to meet the compliance and auditing needs of any business – whether you’re a SMB or large enterprise.
With OnTime 4.4.2 we are releasing a version with a main focus on enriching existing functionality, fixing stability and performance issues and of course adding a few new features. Some of the improvements are:
■ Custom fields. Custom fields are now available in both the Eclipse(Notes) client and the browser client. Further custom fields can now be targeted for specific users. Custom fields allows organisations to augment information the in the standard calendar entry.
■ We have added a URL link detector to both the custom fields and the standard description field. This feature allows you to for example add links to meeting resources.
■ Added a new author role to control how rooms and especially restricted rooms can be used in OnTime.
■ Added ability to launch the OnTime browser client with a predefined set of users or a public group selected.
■ The browser version has received a major overhaul in the groups area to support organisations with a large number of groups.
■ Fixed a number of minor bugs in all clients. Read more about this in the release notes available HERE
Die Q!kom arbeitet gerade intensiv passend zum DNUG-Thema: “Calendaring – Koexistenzen, Interoperabilitäten und Troubleshooting” an einer eine Lösung für die Kalender-Integration in Salesforce (auf Basis OnTime)
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Seize the opportunity to come to Social Connections 9 in Stuttgart. Two days of inspiring speakers, exceptional content and awesome networking.
IntraVision, developer and producer of OnTime group calendar, will be present as sponsor with a booth. Product manager Lars Schorling, Mikkel Heisterberg, developer for OnTime Connections, and Martin Strandby as architect for OnTime Web UI will be at your disposal.
Mikkel Heisterberg will talk about the add-on for the OnTime for IBM Connections Modul and OAuth 2.0. We will join the OAuth 2.0 discussion with an video on our OAuth 2.0 based connector for Salesforce.
In version 4.3 we have for the first time added a personal perspective to the web interface (picture below). For us it makes perfect sense to be able to swiftly switch between a person centric view and a group centric view.
By simply toggling the switch in the top bar or selecting calendar from a Business Card you you decide whether to work in group or person centric mode.