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We made it into Connect 2014 and didn't even know !
Thu, Jan 30th 2014 6:02p Adam Osborne I've been reviewing different bits and pieces from Connect and noticed that in John Paganetti's excellent presentation "ID104 - Best Practices for Upgrading IBM Notes and Domino 9.x" our work got a mention on page 42. I'm really proud of the work we've done in this area and it's great to have IBM recognized our efforts and research in this space. Thanks again John. [read] Keywords: domino
What's the difference between Project Vulcan and IBM Mail next ?
Mon, Jan 27th 2014 9:02p Adam Osborne Can anyone at Connect let us know ? Remember this: ORLANDO, FL LOTUSPHERE - 18 Jan 2010: Today IBM (NYSE: IBM) unveiled IBM Project Vulcan, a blueprint for the future of collaboration. Building on a company's existing investments, IBM Project Vulcan enables breakthrough approaches to reduce personal information overload and improve business agility, empowering people to drive better business results. IBM Project Vulcan is designed to exploit the convergence of: Cloud and on-premise syst [read] Keywords: collaboration
IBM Santa, may we please have Project Hawthorn for Christmas ?
Wed, Dec 4th 2013 4:02p Adam Osborne Zero news on this potentially game changing feature since it was announce three months back. I really hope IBM ships it at Connect-o-sphere. This year we've seem more customers move over to Exchange. Many have been trying for 2+ years. Four of the bigger sites have become complete train wrecks, typical of this type of de-collaboration project. I've never actually seen one workout as per the script. If Hawthorn was available I believe it would of been near impossible for the Exchange jihadist [read] Keywords: collaboration
Fragmentation is affecting my Domino server performance?.......I just don't see it!
Thu, Sep 26th 2013 5:22p Adam Osborne Really? If something IS broken then it really does need to be fixed, especially when the affected items are at the very core of everything else that needs to be done, like I/O on Domino. Sometimes the tricky part is recognising when something is broken and can be improved significantly and this can be a real problem with Domino because it's so resilient it can be very broken and keep plugging along although at a much reduced potential. The good news is we have released a new FREE Defrag Healt [read] Keywords: domino
DBMT - It's how it shatters that matters
Thu, Sep 12th 2013 12:42a Adam Osborne DBMT is a fantastic feature included with Domino 9 and you should be running it! DBMT replaces the need to run Compact and Updall, it enables the ability to schedule multi-threaded maintenance such as Compact, Updall and Full Text Index over a configured time window. The DBMT tool does all of the following: - Runs copy-style compact operations - Purges deletion stubs - Expires soft deleted entries - Updates views - Reorganizes folders - Merges full-text indexes - U [read] Keywords: domino
The LUG Conundrum
Wed, Aug 28th 2013 11:22p Adam Osborne First up, to everyone, and I mean everyone who does anything for a LUG I thank you. So much of what we do today would be dead in the water without your support for the past 5-10 years. The Domino Ecosystem is very sick - we all know the reasons. Probably the easiest way to raise cash would be to charge a minimal fee to attend - but that may not fly. Recently I put forward an idea to my local LUG offering to donate a % of product sales if they extended offers to their LUG members. I did it a [read] Keywords: domino