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IBM Verse for IBMers, target achieved, finish line in site at Connect 2016
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IBM Verse for IBMers, target achieved, finish line in site at Connect 2016
Fri, Dec 4th 2015 10:43a   Ed Brill
It has only been eight months since we announced the rollout of IBM Verse inside IBM. In that time we have exceeded our initial target - over 416,000 mailboxes were moved to IBM Verse and cloud email in 2015. About 40,000 IBMers remain in queue. We expect to complete that group in January, 2016. While we aren't quite ready for a complete celebration, the project team has absolutely achieved success by surpassing our annual objective. In this blog, which I also posted internally, I'd like t
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Verse and social at IBM, now at 150K users...MWLUG update
Thu, Aug 27th 2015 5:50p   Ed Brill
Last week I had the opportunity to speak at the MWLUG event in Atlanta. It was a very well-run event and a great opportunity to catch up with some friends and colleagues. Unfortunately, I was slotted in a Friday morning time up against some very popular topics (looking at you, Tony Holder!), and only a handful of the attendees were able to join the discussion. It might also be a mis-match, in that many of the MWLUG attendees are there for technical content vs business content. At any rate, the s




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