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Partner of the Year 2014 – Finalists
Thu, Dec 18th 2014 7
IBM Champions for ICS 2015 announced
Thu, Dec 4th 2014 9
Meet the panagendians: Dan Zebrowski
Wed, Dec 3rd 2014 3
What’s black, white and blue and sticks to just about anything?
Thu, Nov 27th 2014 4
41. DNUG Konferenz 2014
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 7
Unser Partner bluecue und panagenda MarvelClient – eine volle Erfolgsgeschichte für Bischof + Klein
Tue, Nov 11th 2014 12
Timezone Helper by panagenda
Mon, Nov 3rd 2014 5
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Unser Partner bluecue und panagenda MarvelClient – eine volle Erfolgsgeschichte für Bischof + Klein
Tue, Nov 11th 2014 12
IBM Champions for ICS 2015 announced
Thu, Dec 4th 2014 9
Exploring new and unknown Statistics on a Domino 9.x Server
Tue, Jun 10th 2014 8
panagenda verstärkt sich durch neu gegründete IT-Services und Consulting Tochter
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 8
Energize, Optimize and Doublecheck
Sun, Jan 26th 2014 7
Veni, Vidi, Vires
Wed, Feb 12th 2014 7
Performance Boosts through Upgrading the ODS
Wed, May 14th 2014 7
Long live Notes!
Mon, Sep 22nd 2014 7
41. DNUG Konferenz 2014
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 7
Partner of the Year 2014 – Finalists
Thu, Dec 18th 2014 7


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Partner of the Year 2014 – Finalists
Thu, Dec 18th 2014 7:25a   Arne Bergmann
Just like last year, panagenda once again honors a panagenda Business Partner who has delivered exceptional value to a multitude of IBM ICS customers using panagenda products and services. It is with pride that we work together with many great … Continue reading →
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IBM Champions for ICS 2015 announced
Thu, Dec 4th 2014 3:05a   Florian Vogler
Here at panagenda, we make it a habit to hire smart, kind, passionate problem solvers and I am proud to work with a team full of experts in each their respective fields, supporting our customers and partners every single day. … Continue reading →
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Meet the panagendians: Dan Zebrowski
Wed, Dec 3rd 2014 10:25a   Katrin Pascher
1. What’s your name, position and location? And what exactly do you do? Dan Zebrowski – I’m responsible for new business development and account management for the U.S. and Canada, and am located in Colorado, USA. 2. When did you first … Continue reading →
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What’s black, white and blue and sticks to just about anything?
Thu, Nov 27th 2014 6:26a   Francie Tanner
If you have ever seen us at one of our many conferences, you know that we take great pride in our give-aways. They must be useful, fun, represent a topic we’re actively engaged with such as connecting the dots or … Continue reading →
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41. DNUG Konferenz 2014
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 4:06a   Katrin Pascher
Letzte Woche war es wieder soweit. Die DNUG e.V. lud zur 41. Konferenz in Leipzig ein, um der Community eine Plattform für regen Austausch rund um IBM Notes und Domino zu bieten. Wenn es um die Zukunft und Entwicklung von … Continue reading →
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Unser Partner bluecue und panagenda MarvelClient – eine volle Erfolgsgeschichte für Bischof + Klein
Tue, Nov 11th 2014 6:05a   Lukas Thoma
Server und Client Aktualisierungs-Projekte trotzen oft jeglicher Aufwands- und Kostenrechnung, da meist sowohl der Überblick, als auch der Einblick in die jahrelang gewachsene IBM Notes/Domino Umgebung fehlt. Inhomogene Client Landschaften oder Anwendungen mit weitreichenden Integrationen und Abhängigkeiten machen die Projektplanung … Continue reading →
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Timezone Helper by panagenda
Mon, Nov 3rd 2014 9:45a   Francie Tanner
With customers all over the Globe and our own team working in 6 different time zones, knowing when it’s ok to call or schedule meetings can be really difficult. Twice a year, this becomes even more challenging when Europe switches to/from daylight … Continue reading →
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Long live Notes!
Mon, Sep 22nd 2014 10:05a   Florian Vogler
This is an apology to everyone – customers, partners and IBM – who I managed to unsettle or upset with the title of my last blog post. I now well understand that the title was a mistake – and believe … Continue reading →
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Lang lebe Notes!
Mon, Sep 22nd 2014 10:05a   Florian Vogler
Mit diesem Beitrag möchte ich mich bei all jenen entschuldigen – Kunden, Partnern und IBM -, bei denen der Titel meines vorherigen Artikels für Verwunderung oder gar Ärger gesorgt hat. Ich habe verstanden, dass der Titel unglücklich gewählt war – … Continue reading →
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Notes is Dead
Thu, Sep 18th 2014 8:45a   Florian Vogler
It’s been a while since my last public post. While our team handles our Twitter, Facebook and Blog accounts, I’ve spent a (not so) good amount of time trying to get to Inbox zero and creating, editing, storing and finding … Continue reading →
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Notes Ist Tot
Wed, Sep 17th 2014 9:28p   Florian Vogler
Es ist inzwischen eine ganze Weile her, seit ich mich das letzte Mal öffentlich zu Wort gemeldet habe – während sich Kollegen um Twitter, Facebook, Blog und Co kümmern, haben mich klassische Inbox und Office-Dokumente fest im Griff. Mit unserem … Continue reading →
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On Bandwidth, Servers, Consolidations and Finding the Magic Formula Between
Wed, Aug 20th 2014 6:25a   Stefan Fried
If you’ve ever found yourself tapping your fingers, waiting for a database to open, you know that network bandwidth is an important part of IT. What may not be obvious is the calculation behind exactly how much bandwidth is needed … Continue reading →
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IBM Collaboration: The Future is Now
Wed, Jul 2nd 2014 11:25a   Francie Tanner
Cloud migration, consolidation, modernization, mobile efforts, social business and more – the right strategic direction for IT is rarely obvious and often lacking clear, fact-based answers. So how do you gain clarity across an entire collaboration infrastructure made up of … Continue reading →
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IBM Collaboration: Die Zukunft ist jetzt
Wed, Jul 2nd 2014 11:25a   Katrin Pascher
Worum es auch geht – Kosteneinsparungen, Zentralisierung, Konsolidierung, Migration, Modernisierung, mobile Anwendungen, Social Business, Cloud, Browserclients und Co –, oft ist nicht klar wie solche Themenstellungen am besten – wirtschaftlich, effizient und zielführend – anzugehen sind. Die Antwort auf diese … Continue reading →
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pangenda Grows Portfolio with new IT Service and Consulting Subsidiary
Fri, Jun 13th 2014 2:05p   Francie Tanner
With their existing software solutions serving over 6 million licensed modules Worldwide, panagenda is well established as an analysis and optimization leader in the IBM collaboration market. Adding to their existing offerings, panagenda now expands its portfolio with a newly founded panagenda Consulting company. To date, panagenda has enabled hundreds of IBM ICS customers by analyzing their infrastructures on all levels (client, server, and application) to identify optimization potential. By
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panagenda verstärkt sich durch neu gegründete IT-Services und Consulting Tochter
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 6:25a   Katrin Pascher
Mit der neu gegründeten panagenda Consulting baut der Softwarespezialist panagenda sein Angebotsportfolio aus. Neben den im Markt etablierten Lösungen zur Analyse und Optimierung von kollaborativen IT-Landschaften (auf Basis der IBM ICS Produktpalette) wird die panagenda Gruppe nun auch verstärkt IT-Dienstleistungen anbieten. In der Vergangenheit hat panagenda hauptsächlich dabei geholfen, IBM Notes und Domino Infrastrukturen auf Client-, Server- und Anwendungs-Ebene zu analysieren und Opti
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Exploring new and unknown Statistics on a Domino 9.x Server
Tue, Jun 10th 2014 4:05a   Stefan Fried
Exactly one year ago, IBM Notes/Domino 9 was released. Along with the name change, Notes and Domino 9 is software in the age of Social Collaboration.  Looking beyond the nice front-end features of a Notes 9 Client, you’ll find some very interesting stuff on the Backend Domino Server as well. One of the interesting things of a Domino Server is its Statistics. While I’ll admit to being a statistics geek, it is a major reason I pay close attention, especially when there is a new major release
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Partner of the Year 2013
Mon, May 26th 2014 6:45a   Katrin Pascher
To our dozens of partners all over the World that we have the privilege to work with: Thank you for your input and conversations. Thank you for your commitment and dedication. Thank you for your trust and time. You help us make people’s lives easier and with over 7 million licensed modules that’s a lot of reach! Our First Ever Partner of the Year Building our brand is not just based on growth goals, but rather measured by creating sustainable relationships with all those we work wi
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Performance Boosts through Upgrading the ODS
Wed, May 14th 2014 4:25a   Francie Tanner
For years we have been talking about the importance of the ODS as being the number one “performance win” and with IBM Notes 9.0.1 there is a new ODS 52 available. Our good friend Daniel Nashed wrote a fantastic post about this new ODS, how to get there, issues with encryption and large atachments. Don’t miss the full article on his blog here: http://blog.nashcom.de/nashcomblog.nsf/dx/details-about-ods-52-shipped-with-notesdomino-9.0.1.htm
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Thank you for visiting us at Engage 2014!
Tue, Mar 25th 2014 6:22a   Julian Robichaux
Hello, roving reporter (and occasional conference speaker) Julian Robichaux here, just returning from Engage UG in Breda, Netherlands. This year, Theo Heselmans has rebranded the BLUG conference as “Engage”, to reflect not only the broader technology scope of the event (it’s not just a “Lotus User Group” any more) but also to make it clear that it’s not just Belgium that is represented by the crowd of attendees. Additionally, “Engage” makes a real
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Meet the panagendians: Hafi
Wed, Mar 12th 2014 7:22a   Katrin Pascher
Since our latest blogpost about Port Compression Analysis was written by a pangendian you all don’t know yet, we would like to introduce you to the author: 1. What’s your name, position and location? And what exactly do you do? Michael Hafner, Senior Software Engineer, Weißenkirchen in der Wachau (www.weissenkirchen-wachau.at, www.weissenkirchen.net) 2. When did you first start getting involved with technology? First Computer: Atari 800 XL (+Datasette, + Atari Artist Touch Tablet) &
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Port Compression Analysis: A (hidden) math problem revealed
Wed, Mar 5th 2014 5:22a   Michael Hafner
Port compression was originally introduced to IBM Notes/Domino 6 as a way to significantly reduce the amount of network traffic sent/received by IBM Notes and Domino devices. To enable port compression on servers, simply go to the Server tab in the Domino Administrator, while on Notes clients the same can be done via a setup or desktop policy setting. Port compression must be enabled on both sides of a network connection in order for it to work, but that’s a pretty small price to pay for a
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Veni, Vidi, Vires
Wed, Feb 12th 2014 10:22a   Francie Tanner
We came, we saw and we got energized last month in Orlando, Florida at Connect2014 along with a few thousand of our friends, customers and partners. Thanks to everyone who came to our booth, spoke to our team, came to our sessions or panels and stopped by to pick up one of our very popular power banks. We took a (totally unofficial) poll and we’re proud to say that we had the best and most useful give-away on the show floor. And seriously, we do spend a lot of time coming up with a meanin




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