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MWLUG/CollabSphere 2018 is Right Around the Corner

I am honored to have been chosen as one of speakers at this years MWLUG/CollabSphere conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The conference is scheduled for July 23rd – 25th. Sessions cover a large range of interesting topics to include updates on Domino 10. My session is going to cover the Domino HTTP server, where I will be discussing best practices Read More

Domino V10: The First Major Update in 5 Years!

Domino V10: The First Major Update in 5 Years! In recent news regarding Domino V10, Bob Schultz, General Manager of Collaboration Solutions at IBM, published a letter announcing the launch of DestinationDomino. In Bob’s letter he describes DestinationDomino to be “intended as your go-to place for everything you need to know about what’s happening with Domino V10 and the future Read More

Using VitalSigns to Audit Office 365 Mail Forwarding Rules

VitalSigns offers a feature called Office 365 Mailboxes & Users which offers several different ways of viewing information about how mail is used in your O365 tenant. One common concern shared by many organizations is the multitude of ways that end users can automatically forward their mail to external email addresses. Sometimes forwarding makes perfect sense, such as when a Read More

My Top Ten Favorites from DominoV10

IBM Think turned out to be a great week.  There was lots of information around security, cryptology, blockchain, quantum computing, and most exciting to me Notes DominoV10.  Notes 10 is real – not just a vision, not just marked up Visio documents, not just vapor ware.  It is being developed, compiled and tested. Can I be real a second?  When Read More

IBM Think has been a blast so far!!

IBM Think has thus far proven to be a successful venture. Sunday was the IBM Champion Day. I cannot say enough great things to Libby Ingrassia for all she and her team are doing to make this program reach great heights. Caught up with old friends, made some new ones and learned some good information in the break outs. Monday Read More

Microsoft is Retiring the OWA Mobile App in Favor of Outlook for iOS and Android

Microsoft has announced retirement of the Outlook Web Access (OWA) mobile application for iOS and Android. Moving forward, the Outlook mobile application will be the preferred option. In April the OWA application will be removed from the online stores and on May 15, 2018 the OWA application will cease to function. For those that have OWA connected to an Office Read More

Let’s Get Real: What’s in IBM Domino v10 – Thoughts & Recap

Yesterday, IBM and HCL held a joint webinar to formally introduce IBM Domino v10. To me the most important take away is IBM's commitment to the Domino platform. The future is bright for both 10 and beyond. In 2017 there were several sessions held with the Domino community, where vendors and customers provided feedback to IBM. They listened and understand Read More

Wrangling Notes Client Security

When I started working with Lotus Notes in 1994, there was only the Lotus Notes client in the client server model. Majority of the workstations were located in the same geographical location on the same LAN as the server and remote users were also Lotus Notes clients that dialed in to the server via a modem. For the most part Read More