Events 2017-07-28T20:21:57+00:00
1808, 2017

Red Pill Now @ MWLUG 2017

By | August 18th, 2017|Categories: Community, Events|0 Comments

As a CEO of an IBM Business Partner there is always a positive feeling that comes when being able to support a User Group event such as MWLUG. Its a chance to give back to a community that has helped us all in our earlier careers. It's a chance to not only finance these events so that the cost to

1608, 2017

What We Learned at MWLUG 2017

By | August 16th, 2017|Categories: Community, Events|3 Comments

Richard Moy and team put together another great User Group event in Alexandria, VA last week. Its an event that falls half-way between the annual event once known as LotusSphere. This year's event set a new attendance record, including a large contingent of IBMers allowing all to get the latest information and news for all things Collaboration (ICS). The following

908, 2017

“M” is for Modernization Rehearsal for MWLUG 2017 Sponsor Session

By | August 9th, 2017|Categories: Community, Events, Modernization|0 Comments

This is our cold reading of "M" is for Modernization – our sponsor session for MWLUG 2017 presented live in Alexandria, VA on August 9, 2017. This post will be replaced with the video of our presentation as soon as it's available. Download Podcast

2807, 2017

MWLUG – The Perfect event at the Perfect time

By | July 28th, 2017|Categories: Community, Events|0 Comments

For CIOs who oversee an active portfolio of Notes/Domino applications it is now clear they have a need to develop a strategy to transform their investment. IBM is moving on from the platform that has served many of us well for 28 years. The path forward has been less than clear. There has long been a hope that a magic

805, 2017

Let’s Talk About Better Designed Apps at Engage 2017

By | May 8th, 2017|Categories: Community, Creative, Design, Events|0 Comments

I can't think of a more appropriate place than Antwerp, Belgium to discuss design thinking, user experience, and UI design. For those of you who have not had the opportunity to visit Antwerp, the city is safe, the architecture designed to be beautiful and functional, built on a historically reliable foundation, and connected by an infrastructure that works -- further