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Self-signed SSL host certificates are for beginners
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IBM Verse for iOS (iPhone to be specific) is now available
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Traveler 9.0.1.3 is available – Verse, Trash support, Freetime search
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Speaking at engage about Traveler and App Development
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Updates on the latest Outlook iOS App issues
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Warning ? Microsofts Outlook app for iOS breaks your company security
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Traveler 9.0.1.3 is available – Verse, Trash support, Freetime search
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WWDC 2015 – I’m going
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IBM Verse for iOS (iPhone to be specific) is now available
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Warning ? Microsofts Outlook app for iOS breaks your company security
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Self-signed SSL host certificates are for beginners
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Self-signed SSL host certificates are for beginners
Mon, May 4th 2015 11:52a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I normally don’t rant. But in the last days I’ve seen in various occasions comments about stuff that’s not working with a self-signed SSL host certificate. I’m seeing this especially in the Domino area where it was (is) easy to create a simple self-signed SSL host certificate for server xyz.company.com. In my opinion too easy. Even if it’s only for a very specific purpose (like giving a few users access to a web/mobile service) the good – and only – prac
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IBM Verse for iOS (iPhone to be specific) is now available
Thu, Apr 30th 2015 1:10a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Yesterday IBM has published the new iOS (iPhone) app “IBM Verse”. You can get it here in the Apple App Store. You can use the app if you’re an IBM Connections Cloud customer (S1 offering). Or – if you’re running your mail on -premises you’ll have to run IBM Traveler 9.0.1.3 (minimum, better the also yesterday released 9.0.1.4). So what can you expect from the app? Mainly two things: Containerized PIM (mail, calendar, contacts) access Access to the IBM Verse 
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WWDC 2015 – I’m going
Sat, Apr 18th 2015 6:22a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ve been selected to buy a ticket for WWDC 2015. After being fast enough in 2013 and having some luck in 2014 I’m now again lucky as being selected by the Apple lottery to go to WWDC. What can I expect? Nearly 12h in a plane – twice 9h time-difference (hello jet-lag) 100 sessions by Apple engineers Large labs with 1,000 Apple engineers at your fingertips Long queuing times for the sessions and the lab appointments 10 exhausting conference hours each day and much more! In a f
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Traveler 9.0.1.3 is available – Verse, Trash support, Freetime search
Wed, Apr 1st 2015 4:50a   Rene Winkelmeyer
IBM has released IBM Notes Traveler version 9.0.1.3 with some really nice changes. Read the official documentation here. The main changes are: Support for the upcoming iOS app “IBM Verse”. Now the gap is closed and you can run your own “PIM container” delivered by IBM. The app isn’t available yet but will be soon. Support for the synching the Trash folder on iOS. Finally. Using GCM (Google Cloud Messaging) for notifying Android devices about new mails. That’
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Speaking at engage about Traveler and App Development
Mon, Feb 16th 2015 2:02a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ll be speaking at engage.ug – the conference formerly known as BLUG – in Ghent. The lineup of content and speakers is awesome, so make sure you’ll be on March 30-31 there! IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business – Administration, Monitoring and Troubleshooting IBM Notes Traveler is increasingly becoming an important component in business since working with mobile devices is the rule rather than the exception. Even solutions such as BlackBerry 10 or (in the future
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Updates on the latest Outlook iOS App issues
Sun, Feb 1st 2015 11:29a   Rene Winkelmeyer
First of all: I haven’t expected that my previous blog post would create such a buzz… As I’ve received a great number of comment, mails, re-posts, re-tweets and so forth I’m taking this to get into some more details. Some background about me I spent the last four years nearly exclusively in the mobile area in building products for Mobile Device Management, Mobile File Sharing and securing Mobile PIM. Not talking about my experience in several administration topics inclu
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Warning ? Microsofts Outlook app for iOS breaks your company security
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 11:04a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Microsoft has released their iOS for Outlook today. And it will break your companies security for mobile PIM access in multiple ways! No matter if you’re a Microsoft Exchange or IBM Notes Traveler customer. I cannot believe that Microsoft has done what they’ve done. Even as a non-Microsoft guy I would have expected that they obey the rules of common company security rules. File sharing capabilities The app has built-in connectors to OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive. That means a
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IBM ConnectED: IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business – slides
Wed, Jan 28th 2015 7:45a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Here is my slide deck from the IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business session at IBM ConnectED 2015. ConnectED 2015 – IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business from René Winkelmeyer
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Speaking at EntwicklerCamp about iOS and Vaadin development
Tue, Jan 20th 2015 12:02a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ll be speaking at this years EntwicklerCamp (March 2-4, hosted by IBM Champion Rudi Knegt) about two development topics. From Idea to App “We need this data available on our mobile devices.” – an often heard requirement these days. But what needs to be done to achieve this? Learn in this session the steps to use your data, like that in IBM Domino, within a native iOS app. You’ll get a grasp on the MVC pattern in the Xcode IDE and see the benefits of the new Swift programming la
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Vaadin certified
Tue, Jan 13th 2015 12:05a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’m a big fan of proving my knowledge. Not only in my day-to-day job, but also in testing my (theoretical) knowledge in doing certification tests. As of yesterday I went down the road of becoming a Vaadin 7 Certified Developer.




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