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by Ben Langhinrichs
Speaker: Daniel Nashed
SW 1-2 - Monday 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Lotus Domino on Linux has become one of the most stable and popular platforms. This session provides a set best practices and tips on running Domino on Linux Enterprise Servers. This session covers best practices on installation, troubleshooting and will deliver technical information on Lotus Domino for Linux implementations on Domino 6.5.x SLES8/RedHat Enterprise Servers and Lotus Domino 7 on SLES8/9 in 32Bit/64Bit environments with special considerations of the scalability improvements in Lotus Domino 7.
Speakers: Glen Salmon, Tong Li
SW Mocking Bird 1-2 - Sunday 10:30am - 11:45am
Learn how to expand your current IBM WebSphere Portal or IBM Workplace business offerings with IBM's newest software product: IBM Workplace for Business Strategy Execution. This session will provide Partners with an overview of this product and a brief technical walk-through of how Partners can enable applications to work with IBM Workplace for Business Strategy Execution. Attendees will learn how to create custom portal based dashboards and scorecards for customers, and why these solutions are in demand. We will also discuss the ways Partners are building consulting services to help customers create alignment, track accountability and accelerate exception resolution. If you are an IBM Business Partner, Systems Integrator, ISV or Consulting Partner focused on IBM Websphere Portal or IBM Workplace, than this is a must attend session.
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What has been said:
413.1. David Bell (01/03/2006 10:53 AM)
I just spent a while going through the sessions and hitting the "Add to My Calendar" button.
Sad to say that I did not realize until the end of that exercise that the times are text and are therefore only good in eastern time as they stand.
If you're about to put out a new version, would you consider converting session time to a real time value instead of text.