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A Conversation with Barry Rosen, at IBM: Part I
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Interger Overflow Vulnerability Identified in IBM Notes via Pixman Library
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Awesome Linux Reference Sheets for Developers (and Administrators)
Tue, Sep 27th 2016 2:03p   Bill Malchisky Jr.
A blog post for developers? Yes! Though it is not my first and will not be my last, it has been awhile. As an admin, this reference sheet is also helpful. I learned of a great Vim (vi Improved) reference sheet recently. There is a lot of information on a single sheet of paper, organized quite well and easy to use. If you need a handy reference sheet for vi commands... this is a good one to review. Although it works great in color, but he also offers a gray scale version and one for those with re
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IMSMO 2.0 (Project Hawthorn) Expands Client Offerings, Crash Avoidance Tip, and an Updated Schema
Mon, Sep 26th 2016 3:17a   Bill Malchisky Jr.
On Thursday, 22 September, IBM Social Business Community Call where Luis Guirigay, Barry Rosen, and Scott Vrusho provided a quality session on IMSMO 2.0, IBM re-announced to a larger international audience new support for Outlook 2010 and 2016. This is exciting news to hear. At ICON US in May, Luis Guirigay stated that the new expanded client support would happen this year and at MWLUG 2016, IBM officially made the announcement--keeping their promise. In my working with the product over the past
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IBM Verse On-premises Third Post: Updated Schema, New Features
Thu, Sep 22nd 2016 3:16a   Bill Malchisky Jr.
Preface In my previous two blog posts pertaining to Verse On-premises (VOP), please note that a few of the items below were covered here previously. This serves as a metric to ascertain what key items are likely to remain. As cited here on July 18, 2016, IBM is fully committed to and on-track to make a year-end release for this product. IBM is discussing a lot of new VOP items at events in multiple cities/countries; for example MWLUG in Austin, TX. Much of what I reported on August 3, 2016 rema
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A Conversation with Barry Rosen, at IBM: Part II
Wed, Sep 21st 2016 2:01a   Bill Malchisky Jr.
Below is the completion of my interview with Barry Rosen, IBM Offering Manager for ICS. Enjoy! Notes 9.0.2 and Feature Packs * As indicated in the slide yesterday, the entire feature set of 9.0.2 will not be released into one Feature Pack (FP), but over four. Yes, the next four FPs will introduce what 9.0.2 would have offered. For some, this may be an eternity. Here is how I look at it: If we waited for 9.0.2 to actually be released, we would be looking at a late Q2 '17 release date at th
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A Conversation with Barry Rosen, at IBM: Part I
Tue, Sep 20th 2016 2:02a   Bill Malchisky Jr.
During ICON UK 2016 in London, I took some time to talk with the IBM Offering Manager for ICS covering IBM Notes, Domino, Verse on Premises, and Sametime, Barry Rosen. Our initial Q&A turned into about a 30 minute dialogue, which I found quite informative. With his permission, I am posting the more interesting parts of our conversation. Acknowledging Reality To Reset the Norm IBM recognizes --- as do their customers and BPs --- that over the previous three years, they became a rudder
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My Two ICON UK 2016 Session Decks
Mon, Sep 19th 2016 1:00p   Bill Malchisky Jr.
What a great few days in London. Once again, the entire team there did a great job to offer the IBM Community an excellent learning opportunity. Thank you as well to the quality sponsors that committed to ensure this user group would happen. The organizers and the sponsors all deserve our gratitude. From that, I spoke at two sessions: Day 1 - co-presented with Keith Brooks Migration:Impossible... Not so Day 2 - co-presented with Serdar Basegmez Back from the Dead: When Bad Code Kills
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IBM Verse On-premises Architecture and Insight
Wed, Aug 3rd 2016 2:30a   Bill Malchisky Jr.
Yesterday, IBM provided a preview call for select customers covering IBM Verse On-premises (VOP). Those in attendance were amongst the first to receive updated particulars on this product. I explicitly asked and received permission to provide this information. Here is a subset of relevant items discussed/presented. Disclaimer: As certain features are still being developed, anything and everything below is subject to change. The data below reflects what was presented to me and is believed to b
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IBM Version On-Premises Coming Soon
Mon, Jul 18th 2016 9:00p   Bill Malchisky Jr.
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Interger Overflow Vulnerability Identified in IBM Notes via Pixman Library
Mon, Jul 11th 2016 8:00p   Bill Malchisky Jr.
Although this vulnerability will not affect everyone, in talking with my customer's AVL, I decided to post it. The CVE description indicates, "Integer overflow in the create_bits function in pixman-bits-image.c in Pixman before 0.32.6 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) or possibly execute arbitrary code via large height and stride values." The risk is low but real. Fortunately, the fix is easy. The risk profile for CVE-2014-9766 is available here, IBM
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ICON US Slides
Mon, May 23rd 2016 3:00a   Bill Malchisky Jr.
Happy to provide my slides for the excellent event called ICON US, run a couple weeks ago. A very challenging travel schedule since then with the Park Avenue viaduct fire halting commuter rail service north of Manhattan and another track fire three days later eight blocks south made for a tough few days (fortunately no one was injured during the initial inferno). So, without further ado, my updated slides for The BASHing Admins are available. Thanks to the organizers for running a great event an




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