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  189. Case:<br />
  190. Dictionaries where missing from client installation on Windows machines.<br />
  191. Client is multi user and users are not allowed to write in Program Directories (non admin on their PCs).<br />
  192. Client is IBM Notes 9.0.1FP6, because this is the one rolled out to end users.<br />
  193. This means that nothing can be installed via Widgets in framework\rpc or framework\shared because both are under Program Directory.<br />
  194. Objective is to provide all of the dictionaries to the end users to choose from from ...]]></description>
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  196. <font color="#000000"><strong>Case:</strong></font><br />
  197. Dictionaries where missing from client installation on Windows machines.<br />
  198. Client is multi user and users are not allowed to write in Program Directories (non admin on their PCs).<br />
  199. Client is IBM Notes 9.0.1FP6, because this is the one rolled out to end users.<br />
  200. This means that nothing can be installed via Widgets in framework\rpc or framework\shared because both are under Program Directory.<br />
  201. Objective is to provide all of the dictionaries to the end users to choose from from the Widgets catalog. Installation should progress without any questions asked.
  202. </p>
  203. <p>
  204. <strong><font color="#000000">Description:</font></strong><br />
  205. <font color="#000000">I downloaded the Dictionaries provided by IBM (</font>Notes_XTAF_Dictionaries_V9.0_Win_ML.zip).<br />
  206. For a full description of this package, please read Tomas Hampels blog at<br />
  207. (<a href="https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/deploying-xtaf-dictionaries-as-widgets.htm" target="_blank">https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/deploying-xtaf-dictionaries-as-widgets.htm</a>
  208. </p>
  209. <p>
  210. The problem I got was that the Feature jar files configured to install in framework\rpc which is fine if you include them during installation of the original package running with administrative rights on the computer.
  211. </p>
  212. <p>
  213. Only way in my scenario was to make sure that the installation was made in a user context meaning Data\workspace\applications
  214. </p>
  215. <p>
  216. <strong><font color="#000000">Solution:</font></strong><br />
  217. <font color="#000000">Change configuration of the Feature jar to make sure that the installation is done in a user context.</font>
  218. </p>
  219. <p>
  220. Unpacking the jar file in the features directory of any given dictionary reveals that the feature.xml file contains &lt;feature colocation-affinity=&quot;com.ibm.rcp.platform.feature&quot;<br />
  221. this needs to be changed to this &lt;feature colocation-affinity=&quot;com.ibm.rcp.site.anchor.user.feature&quot; to make sure that installation will go to Data\workspace\applications where the end user is allowed to write.
  222. </p>
  223. <p>
  224. To unpack and repack i use PeaZip (<a href="http://www.peazip.org/peazip-64bit.html" target="_blank">http://www.peazip.org/peazip-64bit.html</a> and as an Editor I use Notepad++ (<a href="https://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v7.3.3.html" target="_blank">https://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v7.3.3.html</a>
  225. </p>
  226. <p>
  227. Explanation of the different options could be found here:<br />
  228. <a href="https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en//SSVHEW_6.2.0/com.ibm.rcp.tools.doc.admin/controllingfeatureinstallocation.html" target="_blank">https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en//SSVHEW_6.2.0/com.ibm.rcp.tools.doc.admin/controllingfeatureinstallocation.html</a><br />
  229. <a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21497657" target="_blank">http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21497657</a><br />
  230. <a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21440976" target="_blank">http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21440976</a>
  231. </p>
  232. <p>
  233. Also when doing this it will break the signatures and this means that a resigning (after repackage) is necessary for security reasons (you should not allow anything that you have not trusted)<br />
  234. If you want to include your own signed jars files during installation of the client, this can be done following this instruction (<a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21305165" target="_blank">http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21305165</a>)<br />
  235. You could also use iKeyman to do this if you prefer.
  236. </p>
  237. <p>
  238. If you look at Tomas Hampels blog above you will find that there are a lot of files that needs to be changed and signed before importing to an update site.
  239. </p>
  240. <p>
  241. <strong>Changing:</strong><br />
  242. In every features directory in every updateSite_xx directory the file feature.xml needs to be changed according to the above solution.<br />
  243. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  244. Also, preparing for signing, 3 files need to be deleted from a subdirectory called META-INF also in the features catalog:<br />
  245. IBM_WPLC.RSA<br />
  246. IBM_WPLC.SF<br />
  247. MANIFEST.MF<br />
  248. IMPORTANT!!!
  249. </p>
  250. <p>
  251. <strong>Preparing:</strong><br />
  252. Repack all files in each Directory e.g. com.ibm.langware.v5.dic.af_ZA.feature_7.2.0.201111100545 to com.ibm.langware.v5.dic.af_ZA.feature_7.2.0.201111100545.zip<br />
  253. Move (cut) the zip file to where the original jar file is located rename the original jar file with an extension .org instead of .jar end the rename the newly moved .zip file to .jar<br />
  254. A features catalog could then look like this:<br />
  255. <img alt="Capture" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-7606" height="110" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Capture.png" width="518" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Capture-300x64.png 300w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Capture.png 518w" sizes="(max-width: 518px) 100vw, 518px" />
  256. </p>
  257. <p>
  258. <strong>Signing:</strong><br />
  259. To sign I downloaded JDK 1.8 from<br />
  260. (<a href="http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html" target="_blank">http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html</a> Windows x64 because I am using W10 64-bit.
  261. </p>
  262. <p>
  263. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  264. Only sign jar files that you have made changes to. The others are already signed with valid signatures.<br />
  265. Only sign 1 time with 1 signature for each jar file. Signing a second time could cause unexpected results.<br />
  266. IMPORTANT!!!
  267. </p>
  268. <p>
  269. First I examined the file that was signed by IBM, this is now &lt;filename&gt;.org if the instructions where followed.<br />
  270. C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_121\bin&gt;<br />
  271. jarsigner -verify -verbose &quot;C:\updateSite_af\features\com.ibm.langware.v5.dic.af_ZA.feature_7.2.0.201111100545.org&quot;
  272. </p>
  273. <p>
  274. I got:<br />
  275. &#8211; Signed by &quot;CN=International Business Machines Corporation, OU=Lotus Software Group, OU=Digital ID Class 3 &#8211; Java Object Signing, O=International Business Machines Corporation, L=Littleton, ST=Massachusetts, C=US&quot;<br />
  276. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Digest algorithm: SHA1<br />
  277. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Signature algorithm: MD5withRSA, 2048-bit key<br />
  278. &nbsp; Timestamped by &quot;CN=GeoTrust Timestamping Signer 1, O=GeoTrust Inc, C=US&quot; on l&ouml; feb 02 04:31:44 UTC 2013<br />
  279. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Timestamp digest algorithm: SHA-1<br />
  280. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Timestamp signature algorithm: SHA1withRSA, 1024-bit key
  281. </p>
  282. <p>
  283. jar verified.
  284. </p>
  285. <p>
  286. This meant that I need to sign with MD5withRSA and also SHA-1 where needed.<br />
  287. I tried all of the possible combinations of signing and digest and did the provisioning to the IBM Notes Client for all the different cases (puh this was hard and took a lot of time!) just to make sure.<br />
  288. I found only 1 configuration that worked all of the times.
  289. </p>
  290. <p>
  291. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  292. To sign you must first create a signer and also you need to import the certificate of the signer and crosscertify it with your Notescertificate and push that crosscertificate to the client thru your security policy.<br />
  293. This done is done in your Domino Directory of the server.<br />
  294. Signing the jar file with this signature is then trusted to be installed on the client.<br />
  295. IMPORTANT!!!
  296. </p>
  297. <p>
  298. Inspired by Tomas Hampel (again) and the blog entry (<a href="https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/untitled.htm?opendocument&amp;comments" target="_blank">https://blog.thomashampel.com/blog/tomcat2000.nsf/dx/untitled.htm?opendocument&amp;comments</a>).<br />
  299. I decided to make my own script to help me out with this task.
  300. </p>
  301. <p>
  302. <strong>Script Solution:</strong><br />
  303. I decided to make 2 types of script, 1 for creating the necessary JKS file used for signing and 1 for the actual signing.<br />
  304. Both solutions consists of a command file an a property file containing values needed for the execution.
  305. </p>
  306. <p>
  307. Code and samples will be provided here for download.<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Cool_Signing.zip" rel="">Cool_Signing</a>
  308. </p>
  309. <p>
  310. <strong>Keytool:</strong><br />
  311. Signing_mykeytool.cmd Cool_Signer.keytool<br />
  312. in the sample provided and this will create a JKS file and a CER file in the C:\temp directory.
  313. </p>
  314. <p>
  315. To customize for your own needs you can creating you own .keytool file using Cool_Signer.keytool as a template. Read the included Readme.txt file for explanation.
  316. </p>
  317. <p>
  318. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  319. You must change/customize this if You want to use this in your own environment, because sample provided here is not intended for other purposes than demonstrating the code.<br />
  320. IMPORTANT!!!
  321. </p>
  322. <p>
  323. <strong>Jarsigner:</strong><br />
  324. Signing_myjarsigner.cmd Cool_Signing_with_XTAF_MD5.jarsigner<br />
  325. in the sample provided will sign all jar files that ends with *.feature_7.2.0.201111100545.jar from the catalog C:\Notes_XTAF_Dictionaries_V9.0_Win_ML and down.<br />
  326. IMPORTANT!!!<br />
  327. It also contains the parameters that where tested to work with these features. I will recommend you to use these if you modify and sign the XTAF Dictionaries.<br />
  328. IMPORTANT!!!
  329. </p>
  330. <p>
  331. To customize for your own needs you can creating you own .jarsigner file using Cool_Signing_with_XTAF_MD5.jarsigner as a template. Read the included Readme.txt file for explanation.
  332. </p>
  333. <p>
  334. <strong>Conclusion:</strong><br />
  335. Changing and Signing is hard work but script at least provides you with the means of organising your stuff and ease the burden of signing.
  336. </p>
  337. <p>
  338. &nbsp;</p>
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  374. <br />
  375. <br />
  376. We are bringing a great new release of DomainPatrol Social to IBM Connect!<br />
  377. <br />
  378. <br />
  379. <br />
  380. As you know, DomainPatrol Social is the best tool for administering IBM Connections, for&#160;moving and merging&#160;almost all content and managing users.<br ...]]></description>
  381. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  382. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/logga3.jpg" />
  383. </p>
  384. <p>
  385. &nbsp;
  386. </p>
  387. <p>
  388. Almost 2 months of 2017 has already zoomed by, time just seems to fly! Right now we are busy with last minute preparations before IBM Connect in San Francisco next week!<br />
  389. &nbsp;
  390. </p>
  391. <hr />
  392. <h2>
  393. <br />
  394. <strong>We are bringing a great new release of DomainPatrol Social to IBM Connect!</strong><br />
  395. </h2>
  396. <p>
  397. <br />
  398. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Screen-Shot-2017-02-17-at-22.28.04-copy.png"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Screen-Shot-2017-02-17-at-22.28.04-copy.png" style="margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px; float: left; width: 100px; height: 329px;" /></a><span style="font-size:16px;">As you know, DomainPatrol Social is the best tool for administering IBM Connections, for&nbsp;<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">moving and merging</a>&nbsp;almost all content and managing users.</span>
  399. </p>
  400. <p>
  401. In our new release we are introducing <strong>Reports</strong>. You can now get detailed statistics about the usage of your IBM Connections environment. For example when a Community was last updated, how many active/inactive owners it has and the sizes of all components and widgets. You can see the usage of Personal Files, how many there are, last update, active/inactive owners etc. The same goes for Wikis, Activities, Blogs, CCM, Community Files and Forums.
  402. </p>
  403. <p>
  404. <font color="#000000"><a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social%20request" target="_blank">Contact us</a>&nbsp;if you would like a demo or a free trial in your own environment!</font>
  405. </p>
  406. <p>
  407. &nbsp;
  408. </p>
  409. <p>
  410. &nbsp;
  411. </p>
  412. <p>
  413. &nbsp;
  414. </p>
  415. <p>
  416. &nbsp;
  417. </p>
  418. <p>
  419. &nbsp;
  420. </p>
  421. <hr />
  422. <p>
  423. &nbsp;
  424. </p>
  425. <p>
  426. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/CE-ConnectionsExpert_Logo_trans.png" style="height: 142px; width: 400px;" />
  427. </p>
  428. <p>
  429. &nbsp;
  430. </p>
  431. <p>
  432. Do you see even more in depth analysis of your IBM Connections environment? Then we recommend that you take a look at ConnectionsExpert from our strategic partner panagenda. It is the perfect complement to DomainPatrol Social.
  433. </p>
  434. <p>
  435. Get continuous and accurate insight into user behavior in order to maximize the potential of your Connections environment.
  436. </p>
  437. <p>
  438. &nbsp;
  439. </p>
  440. <hr />
  441. <p>
  442. &nbsp;
  443. </p>
  444. <h3>
  445. Adoption<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Community-Usage-Bubble-Chart.png.jpg"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Community-Usage-Bubble-Chart.png.jpg" style="margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px; float: right; width: 350px; height: 195px;" /></a><br />
  446. </h3>
  447. <p>
  448. Increasing the adoption rate is a big challenge when&nbsp;introducing IBM Connections. ConnectionsExpert has&nbsp;been specifically designed to provide continuous&nbsp;usage and adoption insights.
  449. </p>
  450. <p>
  451. It reveals approaches to&nbsp;accelerating adoption and is a great source for&nbsp;management reports.
  452. </p>
  453. <p>
  454. &nbsp;
  455. </p>
  456. <hr />
  457. <p>
  458. &nbsp;
  459. </p>
  460. <h3>
  461. Analytics<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Operational-Dashboard.png.jpg"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Operational-Dashboard.png.jpg" style="margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px; float: right; width: 350px; height: 174px;" /></a><br />
  462. </h3>
  463. <p>
  464. In powerful solutions like IBM Connections, it is not&nbsp;always easy to access, find or even be aware of all the&nbsp;important information one needs in order to utilize&nbsp;the system to its full potential. One of the focus areas&nbsp;of ConnectionsExpert is to perform analytics to&nbsp;reveal these nuggets of vital information, visualize&nbsp;them and make it easy to act on the findings.
  465. </p>
  466. <p>
  467. &nbsp;
  468. </p>
  469. <hr />
  470. <p>
  471. &nbsp;
  472. </p>
  473. <p>
  474. <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social">Contact us</a> if you are interested in either of our solutions!&nbsp;</p>
  475. ]]></content:encoded>
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  479. <item>
  480. <title>SugarCRM IBM Notes plug-in, no questions asked</title>
  481. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/sugarcrm-ibm-notes-plug-in-no-questions-asked</link>
  482. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/sugarcrm-ibm-notes-plug-in-no-questions-asked#respond</comments>
  483. <pubDate>Tue, 14 Feb 2017 13:43:31 +0000</pubDate>
  484. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Mats]]></dc:creator>
  485. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  486. <category><![CDATA[A cross certificate will not be made due to key usage restrictions in the input certificate]]></category>
  487. <category><![CDATA[certify]]></category>
  488. <category><![CDATA[CRM]]></category>
  489. <category><![CDATA[cross certify]]></category>
  490. <category><![CDATA[features]]></category>
  491. <category><![CDATA[ibm]]></category>
  492. <category><![CDATA[IBM Notes plug-in]]></category>
  493. <category><![CDATA[Java]]></category>
  494. <category><![CDATA[lpi.rsa]]></category>
  495. <category><![CDATA[META-INF]]></category>
  496. <category><![CDATA[Notes]]></category>
  497. <category><![CDATA[openssl]]></category>
  498. <category><![CDATA[pkcs7]]></category>
  499. <category><![CDATA[plug-in]]></category>
  500. <category><![CDATA[provisioning]]></category>
  501. <category><![CDATA[signature]]></category>
  502. <category><![CDATA[Sugar]]></category>
  503. <category><![CDATA[SugarCRM]]></category>
  504. <category><![CDATA[updatesite]]></category>
  505. <category><![CDATA[verisign]]></category>
  506. <category><![CDATA[widget]]></category>
  507. <category><![CDATA[workspace]]></category>
  508.  
  509. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7486</guid>
  510. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  511. Case:<br />
  512. I was involved in a SugarCRM project and one of the requirements was to rollout a widget to IBM Notes sidebar provided by Sugar.<br />
  513. Description:<br />
  514. Problem was that the instructions from Sugar included an option for the user to bail out of the installation,<br />
  515. because of the signatures where not trusted. also the user needs to cross certify with his own Notes id.<br />
  516. (http://support.sugarcrm.com/Documentation/Plug-ins/Lotus_Notes_Plug-in/Notes_Plugin_Installation_Guide_2/index.html)<br />
  517. <br />
  518. <br />
  519. From the project perspektive this was not OK.<br />
  520. Solution:<br />
  521. I needed to ...]]></description>
  522. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  523. <strong><font color="#000000">Case:</font></strong><br />
  524. I was involved in a SugarCRM project and one of the requirements was to rollout a widget to IBM Notes sidebar provided by Sugar.</p>
  525. <p> <strong><font color="#000000">Description:</font></strong><br />
  526. Problem was that the instructions from Sugar included an option for the user to bail out of the installation,<br />
  527. because of the signatures where not trusted. also the user needs to cross certify with his own Notes id.<br />
  528. <span style="font-size: 10px">(<a href="http://support.sugarcrm.com/Documentation/Plug-ins/Lotus_Notes_Plug-in/Notes_Plugin_Installation_Guide_2/index.html" target="_blank">http://support.sugarcrm.com/Documentation/Plug-ins/Lotus_Notes_Plug-in/Notes_Plugin_Installation_Guide_2/index.html</a>)</span>
  529. </p>
  530. <p>
  531. From the project perspektive this was not OK.</p>
  532. <p> <strong><font color="#000000">Solution:</font></strong><br />
  533. I needed to find a way to cross certify in advance, making the installation in the background without giving the user the option to bail out.<br />
  534. I wanted to cross certify with my organizational certifier instead and avoiding questions.
  535. </p>
  536. <p>
  537. First problem was to find the certifiers.<br />
  538. What I did was to install the plug-in manually in my testenvironment:<br />
  539. I then took the RSA file located in the workspace\applications\eclipse\features catalog<br />
  540. and in the META-INF catalog there is a file called LPI.RSA.
  541. </p>
  542. <p>
  543. Using OpenSSL using the command<br />
  544. &quot;openssl pkcs7 -in LPI.RSA -print_certs -inform DER -out lpi.cer&quot;<br />
  545. and then opening it in an editor you could se all of the certifiers.<br />
  546. Using the instructions from Sugar as a guideline I tried to cross certify the certificate<br />
  547. that was used by Sugar, which was:<br />
  548. <span style="font-size: 10px">CN=SugarCRM/OU=Software/OU=Digital ID Class 3 &#8211; Java Object Signing/O=SugarCRM/L=Cupertino/ST=California/C=US</span><br />
  549. but when trying to do that I got the message:<br />
  550. &quot;A cross certificate will not be made due to key usage restrictions in the input certificate&quot;
  551. </p>
  552. <p>
  553. Found a discussion thread indicating that using crosscertification at a higher would do it<br />
  554. <span style="font-size: 10px">(<a href="http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/nd85forum.nsf/0/565f1122814572b3852579f900521ce0?OpenDocument" target="_blank">http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/nd85forum.nsf/0/565f1122814572b3852579f900521ce0?OpenDocument</a>)</span><br />
  555. so I imported the certificates into Domino Directory:
  556. </p>
  557. <p>
  558. <span style="font-size: 10px">CN=VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2010 CA/OU=Terms of use at https://www.verisign.com/rpa (c)10/OU=VeriSign Trust Network/O=VeriSign, Inc./C=US<br />
  559. VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority &#8211; G5/(c) 2006 VeriSign, Inc. &#8211; For authorized use only/VeriSign Trust Network/VeriSign, Inc./US<br />
  560. <a href="https://knowledge.symantec.com/support/ssl-certificates-support/index?page=content&amp;id=SO14649" target="_blank">https://knowledge.symantec.com/support/ssl-certificates-support/index?page=content&amp;id=SO14649</a><br />
  561. <a href="https://www.symantec.com/content/dam/symantec/docs/other-resources/roots.zip" target="_blank">https://www.symantec.com/content/dam/symantec/docs/other-resources/roots.zip</a></span>
  562. </p>
  563. <p>
  564. and crosscertified them with my Domino Organizational certifier instead, into Domino Directory.
  565. </p>
  566. <p>
  567. I then pushed these 2 internet cross certificates out to the clients thru my security policy.
  568. </p>
  569. <p>
  570. After that I included the widget in my widget catalog according to the instructions provided by Sugar and in this case we made a special desktop policy (explicit because it was in the cloud) that installed it for everyone belonging to a Domino group.
  571. </p>
  572. <p>
  573. Worked perfectly.</p>
  574. ]]></content:encoded>
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  576. <slash:comments>0</slash:comments>
  577. </item>
  578. <item>
  579. <title>DomainPatrol Social 11 introducing user roles and IBM Connections 5.5 CR2</title>
  580. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-11-introducing-user-roles-and-ibm-connections-5-5-cr2</link>
  581. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-11-introducing-user-roles-and-ibm-connections-5-5-cr2#respond</comments>
  582. <pubDate>Mon, 05 Dec 2016 12:24:44 +0000</pubDate>
  583. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  584. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  585. <category><![CDATA[ibm]]></category>
  586. <category><![CDATA[ibmconnections]]></category>
  587.  
  588. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7455</guid>
  589. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  590. &#160;<br />
  591. <br />
  592. <br />
  593. <br />
  594. <br />
  595. User Roles<br />
  596. <br />
  597. <br />
  598. <br />
  599. <br />
  600. IBM Connections 5.5 CR2<br />
  601. <br />
  602. <br />
  603. <br />
  604. <br />
  605. <br />
  606. We are almost at the end of 2016 and we look back on a very positive year here at Infoware. 4 releases of DomainPatrol Social so far and we are not done yet. More to come before 2016 is over.<br />
  607. Let us present&#160;DomainPatrol Social 11&#160;with support for IBM Connections 5.5 CR2 were we also introduce user roles!&#160;We have added ...]]></description>
  608. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<h3>
  609. &nbsp;<br />
  610. </h3>
  611. <ul>
  612. <li>
  613. <h3>
  614. User Roles<br />
  615. </h3>
  616. </li>
  617. <li>
  618. <h3>
  619. IBM Connections 5.5 CR2<br />
  620. </h3>
  621. </li>
  622. </ul>
  623. <p>
  624. <br />
  625. <font color="#000000">We are almost at the end of 2016 and we look back on a very positive year here at Infoware. 4 releases of DomainPatrol Social so far and we are not done yet. More to come before 2016 is over.</font></p>
  626. <p> <font color="#000000">Let us present&nbsp;<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">DomainPatrol Social 11</a>&nbsp;with support for IBM Connections 5.5 CR2 were we also introduce <strong>user roles</strong>!&nbsp;We have added 10 configurable user roles, making it possible to give limited access to DomainPatrol Social (with a configurable subset of functions available for each custom user role)</font></p>
  627. <p> <font color="#000000">A common request we hear from our customers is that you want to be able to have different kinds of users roles in DomainPatrol Social. To create a custom user, with access to specific functions of your choice. For example you can create the role Community Manger and give him or her access to only the functions needed for that role. Or you can create any other role you might need.</font></p>
  628. <p> <font color="#000000">So&nbsp;<a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social%20Request" target="_blank">contact us</a>&nbsp;today if you want a free trial of the administration tool DomainPatrol Social for IBM Connections. The unique solution for a flexible IBM Connections environment which makes content movable&nbsp;and solves complex user issues.</font>
  629. </p>
  630. <p>
  631. &nbsp;
  632. </p>
  633. <hr />
  634. <h3>
  635. <br />
  636. Preview next release due before the end of 2016<br />
  637. </h3>
  638. <p>
  639. <br />
  640. <em><strong>Reports</strong></em>&nbsp;&#8211; see what you have in your IBM Connections environment. Find unused content and get statistics<br />
  641. <em><strong>Roles</strong></em>&nbsp;&#8211; further improvements of the function<br />
  642. <em><strong>Community Templates</strong></em>&nbsp;&#8211; further improvements of the function</p>
  643. ]]></content:encoded>
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  646. </item>
  647. <item>
  648. <title>DomainPatrol Social 10 &#8211; beyond Merge Communities</title>
  649. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-10-beyond-merge-communities</link>
  650. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-10-beyond-merge-communities#respond</comments>
  651. <pubDate>Mon, 03 Oct 2016 13:39:46 +0000</pubDate>
  652. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  653. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  654. <category><![CDATA[communitytemplates]]></category>
  655. <category><![CDATA[Connections]]></category>
  656. <category><![CDATA[domain]]></category>
  657. <category><![CDATA[domainpatrol]]></category>
  658. <category><![CDATA[domainpatrolsocial]]></category>
  659. <category><![CDATA[dps]]></category>
  660. <category><![CDATA[dps10]]></category>
  661. <category><![CDATA[ibm]]></category>
  662. <category><![CDATA[ibmconnections]]></category>
  663. <category><![CDATA[social]]></category>
  664.  
  665. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7407</guid>
  666. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  667. DomainPatrol Social for IBM Connections&#160;is all about content and people. An application packed with&#160;intelligent functions shaping IBM Connections to maximum performance. We help our customers every day with communities that needs merging, files that needs moving, profiles that needs merging and not to forget our rising star Manage Access Control where you can copy one user&#39;s access rights to another one.<br />
  668. <br />
  669. <br />
  670. The newly released&#160;DomainPatrol Social 9 with Community Templates received great praise by our customers. We are ...]]></description>
  671. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  672. <span style="color:#808080;"><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>DomainPatrol Social for IBM Connections</strong></span></span><span style="color:#696969;">&nbsp;is all about content and people. An application packed with&nbsp;intelligent functions shaping IBM Connections to maximum performance. We help our customers every day with communities that needs merging, files that needs moving, profiles that needs merging and not to forget our rising star Manage Access Control where you can copy one user&#39;s access rights to another one.</span>
  673. </p>
  674. <p>
  675. <span style="color:#696969;">The newly released&nbsp;DomainPatrol Social 9 with <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/community-templates-domainpatrolsocial">Community Templates</a> received great praise by our customers. We are glad to be able to offer project managers a way of repeating successful project communities with just a few clicks. Save and re use your valued results of your project instead of inventing the wheel time and time again.</span>
  676. </p>
  677. <p>
  678. <span style="color:#696969;">Therefore we are likewise excited to announce that we today are releasing yet another pack of functions. DomainPatrol Social 10; with focus on small but very effective settings and commands for the day to day use.</span>
  679. </p>
  680. <p>
  681. <span style="color:#696969;">DomainPatrol Social 10 supports IBM Connections 5.5 CR1. Contact <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social%20request">Maria Enderstam</a> for free trials, demos, prices and if you have question regarding the product.</span>
  682. </p>
  683. <p>
  684. <span style="color:#696969;">The new functions in a nutshell:</span>
  685. </p>
  686. <hr />
  687. <h2>
  688. <span style="color: rgb(105, 105, 105);">Manage Search Index</span><br />
  689. </h2>
  690. <p>
  691. <span style="color:#696969;">Create search indexes for the different IBM Connections Applications.</span>
  692. </p>
  693. <p>
  694. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/search_index.png"><span style="color:#696969;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/search_index.png" style="width: 400px; height: 215px;" /></span></a>
  695. </p>
  696. <p>
  697. &nbsp;
  698. </p>
  699. <h2>
  700. <span style="color:#696969;">Scheduled Task Management</span><br />
  701. </h2>
  702. <p>
  703. <span style="color:#696969;">Puse or Resume scheduled system tasks.</span>
  704. </p>
  705. <p>
  706. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/scheduled_tasks.png"><span style="color:#696969;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/scheduled_tasks.png" style="width: 400px; height: 254px;" /></span></a>
  707. </p>
  708. <p>
  709. &nbsp;
  710. </p>
  711. <h2>
  712. <span style="color:#696969;">Manage User Roles</span><br />
  713. </h2>
  714. <p>
  715. <span style="color:#696969;">Set profiles as active or inactive. You can also reset Homepage Welcome page settings.</span>
  716. </p>
  717. <p>
  718. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/manage_users.png"><span style="color:#696969;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/manage_users.png" style="width: 399px; height: 245px;" /></span></a>
  719. </p>
  720. <p>
  721. &nbsp;
  722. </p>
  723. <h2>
  724. <span style="color:#696969;">Synchronize Users</span><br />
  725. </h2>
  726. <p>
  727. <span style="color:#696969;">Synchronize Profile information to all IBM Connections applications.</span>
  728. </p>
  729. <p>
  730. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/synchronize_users.png"><span style="color:#696969;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/synchronize_users.png" style="width: 400px; height: 281px;" /></span></a>
  731. </p>
  732. <p>
  733. &nbsp;
  734. </p>
  735. <h2>
  736. <span style="color:#696969;">Add User Tags / Add Community Tags</span><br />
  737. </h2>
  738. <p>
  739. <span style="color:#696969;">Add tags to one or multiple user profiles or Communities.</span>
  740. </p>
  741. <p>
  742. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/community_tags.png"><span style="color:#696969;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/community_tags.png" style="width: 401px; height: 99px;" /></span></a>
  743. </p>
  744. <p>
  745. &nbsp;
  746. </p>
  747. <h2>
  748. <span style="color:#696969;">Remove User Tags / Remove Community Tags</span><br />
  749. </h2>
  750. <p>
  751. <span style="color:#696969;">Remove selected tags from a user&#39;s profile or from a community.</span>
  752. </p>
  753. <p>
  754. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/remove_community_tags.png"><span style="color:#696969;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/remove_community_tags.png" style="width: 401px; height: 183px;" /></span></a>
  755. </p>
  756. <p>
  757. &nbsp;</p>
  758. ]]></content:encoded>
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  762. <item>
  763. <title>Official announcement from IBM &#8211; Extending support for Notes/Domino 9.0.1 to 2021</title>
  764. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/official-announcement-from-ibm-extending-support-for-notesdomino-9-0-1-to-2021</link>
  765. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/official-announcement-from-ibm-extending-support-for-notesdomino-9-0-1-to-2021#respond</comments>
  766. <pubDate>Tue, 13 Sep 2016 14:39:25 +0000</pubDate>
  767. <dc:creator><![CDATA[christer eklundh]]></dc:creator>
  768. <category><![CDATA[Administrator]]></category>
  769. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  770. <category><![CDATA[2021]]></category>
  771. <category><![CDATA[announcement]]></category>
  772. <category><![CDATA[Connections]]></category>
  773. <category><![CDATA[domino]]></category>
  774. <category><![CDATA[extended]]></category>
  775. <category><![CDATA[Notes]]></category>
  776. <category><![CDATA[Support]]></category>
  777.  
  778. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7394</guid>
  779. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  780. IBM announcent today that they will extend their support for IBM Notes/Domino 9.0.1 to September 2021. There has been some discussion in the community about Notes/Domino and IBMs future plan for the platform. What we know for a fact now is that Notes/Domino will be around to at least 2021. We also know that the IBM Domino Server is a core part of IBM Verse (and Verse on-prem is soon to be released) and that IBM is adding new ...]]></description>
  781. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  782. IBM announcent today that they will extend their support for IBM Notes/Domino 9.0.1 to September 2021. There has been some discussion in the community about Notes/Domino and IBMs future plan for the platform. What we know for a fact now is that Notes/Domino will be around to at least 2021. We also know that the IBM Domino Server is a core part of IBM Verse (and Verse on-prem is soon to be released) and that IBM is adding new functionality to the platform, like the <a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?subtype=ca&amp;infotype=an&amp;appname=iSource&amp;supplier=877&amp;letternum=ENUSZP16-0324">possibility to use MS Outlook</a> as your email client with IBM Domino Server as the backend. We also know that IBM will release Fix Pack 7 (FP7) for IBM Notes/Domino 9.0.1 in September 2017 which is a<a href="http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/fixlist.nsf/%28Progress%29/$First?OpenDocument"> scheduled maintenance release, containing several bug fixes and some new features.</a>
  783. </p>
  784. <p style="text-align: center">
  785. <img alt="traveler" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-7398" height="100" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Traveler.png" width="100" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Traveler-150x150.png 150w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Traveler.png 300w" sizes="(max-width: 100px) 100vw, 100px" /> <img alt="connections" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-7397" height="108" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/connections-1.png" width="108" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/connections-1-150x150.png 150w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/connections-1.png 300w" sizes="(max-width: 108px) 100vw, 108px" />&nbsp;<img alt="ibm_notes_9_icon" class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-7401" height="107" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/IBM_Notes_9_icon-300x300.png" width="107" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/IBM_Notes_9_icon-150x150.png 150w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/IBM_Notes_9_icon-300x300.png 300w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/IBM_Notes_9_icon-768x768.png 768w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/IBM_Notes_9_icon.png 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 107px) 100vw, 107px" /> <img alt="sametime9" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-7395" height="102" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Sametime9.png" width="102" srcset="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Sametime9-150x150.png 150w, http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Sametime9.png 256w" sizes="(max-width: 102px) 100vw, 102px" />
  786. </p>
  787. <p>
  788. Will there be a IBM Notes/Domino 9.0.2 or maybe a 9.1.0? Or will IBM Verse take over as the platform name, only time will tell&#8230;
  789. </p>
  790. <p>
  791. So what about todays announcement, that is IBM telling us? Well support for version 9 of IBM Notes, IBM Domino, IBM Notes Traveler, and IBM Enterprise Integrator are extended to September 2021. Support for the following associated entitlements is also extended to September 2021:
  792. </p>
  793. <ul>
  794. <li>
  795. IBM Sametime&reg; V9.0 Limited Use
  796. </li>
  797. <li>
  798. IBM Domino Designer V9.0.1
  799. </li>
  800. <li>
  801. IBM Mobile Connect V6.1.5
  802. </li>
  803. <li>
  804. IBM Domino Global Workbench V9.0.1
  805. </li>
  806. </ul>
  807. <p>
  808. IBM is also adding entitlement to your Notes/Domino license to use some IBM Connections 5.5 features. The features we are talking about is the Files and Profiles features.
  809. </p>
  810. <ul>
  811. <li>
  812. The Files feature helps users easily share content with other people and removes the need to send large files through email
  813. </li>
  814. <li>
  815. The Profiles feature helps users find the people they need by searching across the organization
  816. </li>
  817. </ul>
  818. <p>
  819. &nbsp;
  820. </p>
  821. <p>
  822. Link:<a href="http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?subtype=ca&amp;infotype=an&amp;appname=iSource&amp;supplier=877&amp;letternum=ENUSZP16-0474"> IBM Notes and Domino V9.0.1 extends support and enhances its collaboration toolset with social capabilities from IBM Connections V5.5</a>
  823. </p>
  824. <p>
  825. As you know you can always contact us if you have any questions about this <img src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-includes/images/smilies/simple-smile.png" alt=":-)" class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" />&nbsp;
  826. </p>
  827. <p>
  828. &nbsp;</p>
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  833. <item>
  834. <title>Is your IBM Connections environment in great shape?</title>
  835. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/is-your-ibm-connections-environment-in-great-shape</link>
  836. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/is-your-ibm-connections-environment-in-great-shape#respond</comments>
  837. <pubDate>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 13:56:50 +0000</pubDate>
  838. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  839. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  840. <category><![CDATA[Connections]]></category>
  841. <category><![CDATA[DomainPatrol Social]]></category>
  842. <category><![CDATA[domainpatrolsocial]]></category>
  843. <category><![CDATA[dps]]></category>
  844. <category><![CDATA[ibm]]></category>
  845. <category><![CDATA[ibmconnections]]></category>
  846. <category><![CDATA[social]]></category>
  847.  
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  849. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  850. Are you like us back to work after a long, sunny and warm summer? If so,&#160;we hope you are good and feel energised for the autumn to come!<br />
  851. <br />
  852. <br />
  853. We know, that to be able to keep that good feeling, it&#39;s important to have less things to worry about. For example to reduce the amount of issues surrounding your&#160;IBM Connections&#160;environment.<br />
  854. <br />
  855. <br />
  856. Since IBM Connections is such a powerful collaboration platform, it&#39;s not uncommon for users to create ...]]></description>
  857. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  858. <span style="font-size:14px;">Are you like us back to work after a long, sunny and warm summer? If so,&nbsp;we hope you are good and feel energised for the autumn to come!</span>
  859. </p>
  860. <p>
  861. <span style="font-size:14px;">We know, that to be able to keep that good feeling, it&#39;s important to have less things to worry about. For example to reduce the amount of issues surrounding your&nbsp;<strong>IBM Connections</strong>&nbsp;environment.</span>
  862. </p>
  863. <p>
  864. <span style="font-size:14px;">Since IBM Connections is such a powerful collaboration platform, it&#39;s not uncommon for users to create content every single day.&nbsp;Our tool&nbsp;<a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">DomainPatrol Social</a>&nbsp;can take care of most of them. Unlike other tools on the market which lets you do server changes you do maybe once a year, we focus on&nbsp;<strong>users and content</strong>, the things&nbsp;<strong>changing every day</strong>&nbsp;in your environment.</span>
  865. </p>
  866. <p>
  867. <span style="font-size:14px;">So hit reply on this email and we will get back to you with a 5 minute guide how you for example can:</span>
  868. </p>
  869. <p>
  870. <span style="font-size:14px;">&#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Merge Communities</strong>&nbsp;(never again duplicates or communities with similar content)<br />
  871. &#8211;<strong>&nbsp;Move Communities</strong>&nbsp;(just move that obsolete community into another community and let it stay there for a while)<br />
  872. &#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Move and Merge Blogs, Wikis, Activities, Forums</strong><br />
  873. &#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Move Files</strong>&nbsp;(yes, both Community files and Personal files) Good yes?<br />
  874. &#8211;<strong>&nbsp;Copy one users acces</strong>s rights to another user (people move around, new projects, new tasks)<br />
  875. &#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Merge Profiles</strong>&nbsp;(yep, no more confusion if you hire a temporary employee)</span>
  876. </p>
  877. <p>
  878. <span style="font-size:14px;">All this in a friendly, easy to use interface where you can easily search, filter and view your results and content.</span>
  879. </p>
  880. <p>
  881. <span style="font-size:14px;">Your organisation has probably changed a bit since before the summer. Maybe lkjelHave some of your employees changed departments? Do you have new employees with possible multiple profiles? Maybe new projects have started and others ended? Has the number of Communities doubled in just one month and now you have quite a lot of duplicates to take care of? We solve it all.<br />
  882. &nbsp;<br />
  883. <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social" target="_blank">Contact us</a>&nbsp;today for a free trial in your own environment.<br />
  884. &nbsp;<br />
  885. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">DomainPatrol Social</a>&nbsp;supports IBM Connections 5.5 CR1</span>
  886. </p>
  887. <p>
  888. &nbsp;</p>
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  893. <item>
  894. <title>Fantastic Social Connections 10 in Toronto</title>
  895. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/fantastic-social-connections-10-in-toronto</link>
  896. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/fantastic-social-connections-10-in-toronto#respond</comments>
  897. <pubDate>Fri, 17 Jun 2016 14:42:40 +0000</pubDate>
  898. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  899. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  900. <category><![CDATA[alliance]]></category>
  901. <category><![CDATA[domainpatrol]]></category>
  902. <category><![CDATA[domainpatroolsocial]]></category>
  903. <category><![CDATA[Infoware]]></category>
  904. <category><![CDATA[panagenda]]></category>
  905. <category><![CDATA[soccnx]]></category>
  906. <category><![CDATA[social]]></category>
  907. <category><![CDATA[socialconnections]]></category>
  908. <category><![CDATA[toronto]]></category>
  909.  
  910. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7328</guid>
  911. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  912. <br />
  913. <br />
  914. <br />
  915. We are back in Stockholm after a fantastic Social Connections conference in Toronto. Infoware was silver sponsor and on our laptops we had a steaming fresh release of DomainPatrol Social. The atmosphere of the conference was vibrant! Over 200 attendees from all over the world, 70 speakers&#160;and 64&#160;sessions, all in a conference center on the 16th floor in a skyscraper overlooking Toronto financial district.<br />
  916. <br />
  917. <br />
  918. &#160;<br />
  919. <br />
  920. <br />
  921. <br />
  922. <br />
  923. <br />
  924. All focus&#160;on IBM Connections, ...]]></description>
  925. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  926. <span style="font-size:14px;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Untitldfd-2.jpg" /></span>
  927. </p>
  928. <p>
  929. <span style="font-size:14px;">We are back in Stockholm after a fantastic <a href="http://socialconnections.info/">Social Connections</a> conference in Toronto. Infoware was silver sponsor and on our laptops we had a steaming fresh release of <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social">DomainPatrol Social</a>. The atmosphere of the conference was vibrant! Over 200 attendees from all over the world, 70 speakers&nbsp;and 64&nbsp;sessions, all in a conference center on the 16th floor in a skyscraper overlooking Toronto financial district.</span>
  930. </p>
  931. <p>
  932. &nbsp;
  933. </p>
  934. <p>
  935. <span style="font-size:14px;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/IMG_0325_1.jpg" style="margin-left: 15px; margin-right: 15px; float: left; width: 300px; height: 400px;" /></span>
  936. </p>
  937. <p>
  938. <span style="font-size:14px;">All focus&nbsp;on IBM Connections, for example&nbsp;solutions around IBM Connections, use cases&nbsp;and best practices.</span>
  939. </p>
  940. <p>
  941. <span style="font-size:14px;">We enjoyed talking to customers that just had implemented&nbsp;a&nbsp;social workplace and customers that were long into the game and who was searching for solutions to trim and shape their way of work.</span>
  942. </p>
  943. <p>
  944. <span style="font-size:14px;">Many issues or queries that comes up when using IBM Connections can easily be solved with <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social">DomainPatrol Social</a>, and we are always glad to be able to present such a quality product to the market.</span>
  945. </p>
  946. <p>
  947. &nbsp;
  948. </p>
  949. <p>
  950. <span style="font-size:14px;">This time around we were extra pleased since we got to meet our friends at <a href="https://www.panagenda.com/">panagenda</a> in person! Ever since we formed the strategic alliance between panagenda and Infoware we have had meetings and discussions about how to best share our IBM Connections knowledge between one another. So&nbsp;to finally get to sit down at a dinner, or crack some jokes over a beer was well sought after! We are convinced that with our combined knowledge about IBM Connections and how to meet our customers&#39; needs this will bring out many good things for all involved!</span>
  951. </p>
  952. <p>
  953. &nbsp;
  954. </p>
  955. <p>
  956. <span style="font-size:14px;">Infoware&#39;s <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social">DomainPatrol Social</a> and pangagenda&#39;s <a href="https://www.panagenda.com/products/connectionsexpert/">ConnectionsExpert</a> makes a complete set of tools for your environment!</span>
  957. </p>
  958. <p>
  959. &nbsp;</p>
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