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  21. <title>DomainPatrol Social 11 introducing user roles and IBM Connections 5.5 CR2</title>
  22. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-11-introducing-user-roles-and-ibm-connections-5-5-cr2</link>
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  24. <pubDate>Mon, 05 Dec 2016 12:24:44 +0000</pubDate>
  25. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
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  37. User Roles<br />
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  42. IBM Connections 5.5 CR2<br />
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  48. 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 />
  49. 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>
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  56. User Roles<br />
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  61. IBM Connections 5.5 CR2<br />
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  65. <p>
  66. <br />
  67. <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>
  68. <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>
  69. <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>
  70. <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>
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  72. <p>
  73. &nbsp;
  74. </p>
  75. <hr />
  76. <h3>
  77. <br />
  78. Preview next release due before the end of 2016<br />
  79. </h3>
  80. <p>
  81. <br />
  82. <em><strong>Reports</strong></em>&nbsp;&#8211; see what you have in your IBM Connections environment. Find unused content and get statistics<br />
  83. <em><strong>Roles</strong></em>&nbsp;&#8211; further improvements of the function<br />
  84. <em><strong>Community Templates</strong></em>&nbsp;&#8211; further improvements of the function</p>
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  90. <title>DomainPatrol Social 10 &#8211; beyond Merge Communities</title>
  91. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-10-beyond-merge-communities</link>
  92. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-10-beyond-merge-communities#respond</comments>
  93. <pubDate>Mon, 03 Oct 2016 13:39:46 +0000</pubDate>
  94. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
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  108. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  109. 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 />
  110. <br />
  111. <br />
  112. The newly released&#160;DomainPatrol Social 9 with Community Templates received great praise by our customers. We are ...]]></description>
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  114. <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>
  115. </p>
  116. <p>
  117. <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>
  118. </p>
  119. <p>
  120. <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>
  121. </p>
  122. <p>
  123. <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>
  124. </p>
  125. <p>
  126. <span style="color:#696969;">The new functions in a nutshell:</span>
  127. </p>
  128. <hr />
  129. <h2>
  130. <span style="color: rgb(105, 105, 105);">Manage Search Index</span><br />
  131. </h2>
  132. <p>
  133. <span style="color:#696969;">Create search indexes for the different IBM Connections Applications.</span>
  134. </p>
  135. <p>
  136. <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>
  137. </p>
  138. <p>
  139. &nbsp;
  140. </p>
  141. <h2>
  142. <span style="color:#696969;">Scheduled Task Management</span><br />
  143. </h2>
  144. <p>
  145. <span style="color:#696969;">Puse or Resume scheduled system tasks.</span>
  146. </p>
  147. <p>
  148. <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>
  149. </p>
  150. <p>
  151. &nbsp;
  152. </p>
  153. <h2>
  154. <span style="color:#696969;">Manage User Roles</span><br />
  155. </h2>
  156. <p>
  157. <span style="color:#696969;">Set profiles as active or inactive. You can also reset Homepage Welcome page settings.</span>
  158. </p>
  159. <p>
  160. <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>
  161. </p>
  162. <p>
  163. &nbsp;
  164. </p>
  165. <h2>
  166. <span style="color:#696969;">Synchronize Users</span><br />
  167. </h2>
  168. <p>
  169. <span style="color:#696969;">Synchronize Profile information to all IBM Connections applications.</span>
  170. </p>
  171. <p>
  172. <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>
  173. </p>
  174. <p>
  175. &nbsp;
  176. </p>
  177. <h2>
  178. <span style="color:#696969;">Add User Tags / Add Community Tags</span><br />
  179. </h2>
  180. <p>
  181. <span style="color:#696969;">Add tags to one or multiple user profiles or Communities.</span>
  182. </p>
  183. <p>
  184. <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>
  185. </p>
  186. <p>
  187. &nbsp;
  188. </p>
  189. <h2>
  190. <span style="color:#696969;">Remove User Tags / Remove Community Tags</span><br />
  191. </h2>
  192. <p>
  193. <span style="color:#696969;">Remove selected tags from a user&#39;s profile or from a community.</span>
  194. </p>
  195. <p>
  196. <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>
  197. </p>
  198. <p>
  199. &nbsp;</p>
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  205. <title>Official announcement from IBM &#8211; Extending support for Notes/Domino 9.0.1 to 2021</title>
  206. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/official-announcement-from-ibm-extending-support-for-notesdomino-9-0-1-to-2021</link>
  207. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/official-announcement-from-ibm-extending-support-for-notesdomino-9-0-1-to-2021#respond</comments>
  208. <pubDate>Tue, 13 Sep 2016 14:39:25 +0000</pubDate>
  209. <dc:creator><![CDATA[christer eklundh]]></dc:creator>
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  219.  
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  222. 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>
  223. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  224. 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>
  225. </p>
  226. <p style="text-align: center">
  227. <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" />
  228. </p>
  229. <p>
  230. 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;
  231. </p>
  232. <p>
  233. 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:
  234. </p>
  235. <ul>
  236. <li>
  237. IBM Sametime&reg; V9.0 Limited Use
  238. </li>
  239. <li>
  240. IBM Domino Designer V9.0.1
  241. </li>
  242. <li>
  243. IBM Mobile Connect V6.1.5
  244. </li>
  245. <li>
  246. IBM Domino Global Workbench V9.0.1
  247. </li>
  248. </ul>
  249. <p>
  250. 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.
  251. </p>
  252. <ul>
  253. <li>
  254. The Files feature helps users easily share content with other people and removes the need to send large files through email
  255. </li>
  256. <li>
  257. The Profiles feature helps users find the people they need by searching across the organization
  258. </li>
  259. </ul>
  260. <p>
  261. &nbsp;
  262. </p>
  263. <p>
  264. 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>
  265. </p>
  266. <p>
  267. 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;
  268. </p>
  269. <p>
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  276. <title>Is your IBM Connections environment in great shape?</title>
  277. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/is-your-ibm-connections-environment-in-great-shape</link>
  278. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/is-your-ibm-connections-environment-in-great-shape#respond</comments>
  279. <pubDate>Wed, 17 Aug 2016 13:56:50 +0000</pubDate>
  280. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  281. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  282. <category><![CDATA[Connections]]></category>
  283. <category><![CDATA[DomainPatrol Social]]></category>
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  289.  
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  291. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  292. 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 />
  293. <br />
  294. <br />
  295. 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 />
  296. <br />
  297. <br />
  298. Since IBM Connections is such a powerful collaboration platform, it&#39;s not uncommon for users to create ...]]></description>
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  300. <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>
  301. </p>
  302. <p>
  303. <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>
  304. </p>
  305. <p>
  306. <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>
  307. </p>
  308. <p>
  309. <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>
  310. </p>
  311. <p>
  312. <span style="font-size:14px;">&#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Merge Communities</strong>&nbsp;(never again duplicates or communities with similar content)<br />
  313. &#8211;<strong>&nbsp;Move Communities</strong>&nbsp;(just move that obsolete community into another community and let it stay there for a while)<br />
  314. &#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Move and Merge Blogs, Wikis, Activities, Forums</strong><br />
  315. &#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Move Files</strong>&nbsp;(yes, both Community files and Personal files) Good yes?<br />
  316. &#8211;<strong>&nbsp;Copy one users acces</strong>s rights to another user (people move around, new projects, new tasks)<br />
  317. &#8211;&nbsp;<strong>Merge Profiles</strong>&nbsp;(yep, no more confusion if you hire a temporary employee)</span>
  318. </p>
  319. <p>
  320. <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>
  321. </p>
  322. <p>
  323. <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 />
  324. &nbsp;<br />
  325. <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social" target="_blank">Contact us</a>&nbsp;today for a free trial in your own environment.<br />
  326. &nbsp;<br />
  327. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">DomainPatrol Social</a>&nbsp;supports IBM Connections 5.5 CR1</span>
  328. </p>
  329. <p>
  330. &nbsp;</p>
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  336. <title>Fantastic Social Connections 10 in Toronto</title>
  337. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/fantastic-social-connections-10-in-toronto</link>
  338. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/fantastic-social-connections-10-in-toronto#respond</comments>
  339. <pubDate>Fri, 17 Jun 2016 14:42:40 +0000</pubDate>
  340. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  341. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  342. <category><![CDATA[alliance]]></category>
  343. <category><![CDATA[domainpatrol]]></category>
  344. <category><![CDATA[domainpatroolsocial]]></category>
  345. <category><![CDATA[Infoware]]></category>
  346. <category><![CDATA[panagenda]]></category>
  347. <category><![CDATA[soccnx]]></category>
  348. <category><![CDATA[social]]></category>
  349. <category><![CDATA[socialconnections]]></category>
  350. <category><![CDATA[toronto]]></category>
  351.  
  352. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7328</guid>
  353. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  354. <br />
  355. <br />
  356. <br />
  357. 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 />
  358. <br />
  359. <br />
  360. &#160;<br />
  361. <br />
  362. <br />
  363. <br />
  364. <br />
  365. <br />
  366. All focus&#160;on IBM Connections, ...]]></description>
  367. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  368. <span style="font-size:14px;"><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Untitldfd-2.jpg" /></span>
  369. </p>
  370. <p>
  371. <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>
  372. </p>
  373. <p>
  374. &nbsp;
  375. </p>
  376. <p>
  377. <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>
  378. </p>
  379. <p>
  380. <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>
  381. </p>
  382. <p>
  383. <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>
  384. </p>
  385. <p>
  386. <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>
  387. </p>
  388. <p>
  389. &nbsp;
  390. </p>
  391. <p>
  392. <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>
  393. </p>
  394. <p>
  395. &nbsp;
  396. </p>
  397. <p>
  398. <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>
  399. </p>
  400. <p>
  401. &nbsp;</p>
  402. ]]></content:encoded>
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  406. <item>
  407. <title>Strategic Alliance between Infoware and panagenda</title>
  408. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/strategic-alliance-between-infoware-and-panagenda</link>
  409. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/strategic-alliance-between-infoware-and-panagenda#comments</comments>
  410. <pubDate>Thu, 02 Jun 2016 11:24:53 +0000</pubDate>
  411. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  412. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  413.  
  414. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7301</guid>
  415. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  416. Specialists from all over the world are preparing themselves for Social Connections 10 &#8211; the core event for the IBM Connections community. So did Infoware and panagenda, both sponsors at the event, and formed a strategic alliance to jointly market both parties solutions.<br />
  417. <br />
  418. <br />
  419. The solutions Infoware DomainPatrol Social for content and user management and panagenda ConnectionsExpert for monitoring, adoption and analytics complement each other perfectly.<br />
  420. <br />
  421. <br />
  422. &#160;<br />
  423. <br />
  424. <br />
  425. Analytics &#38; Monitoring meet Administration, User &#38; ...]]></description>
  426. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  427. Specialists from all over the world are preparing themselves for Social Connections 10 &#8211; the core event for the IBM Connections community. So did Infoware and panagenda, both sponsors at the event, and formed a strategic alliance to jointly market both parties solutions.
  428. </p>
  429. <p>
  430. The solutions Infoware DomainPatrol Social for content and user management and panagenda ConnectionsExpert for monitoring, adoption and analytics complement each other perfectly.
  431. </p>
  432. <p>
  433. &nbsp;
  434. </p>
  435. <h2>
  436. <strong>Analytics &amp; Monitoring meet Administration, User &amp; Content Management</strong><br />
  437. </h2>
  438. <p>
  439. &nbsp;
  440. </p>
  441. <table border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" style="width:500px;">
  442. <tbody>
  443. <tr>
  444. <td>
  445. <code><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/Infoware-logo-plain-trans-Black.gif" style="float: left;" /></code>
  446. </td>
  447. <td>
  448. <code><img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/infoware1.jpg" style="float: left;" /></code>
  449. </td>
  450. </tr>
  451. <tr>
  452. <td colspan="2" style="text-align: justify;">
  453. &quot;It is great that all the team members know eachother very well and have already worked together in numerous customer projects. That people factor and a combination of two great solutions is going be real fun.&quot; says Maria Enderstam (Product Owner, Infoware)
  454. </td>
  455. </tr>
  456. </tbody>
  457. </table>
  458. <p>
  459. &nbsp;
  460. </p>
  461. <p>
  462. &nbsp;
  463. </p>
  464. <table border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" style="width:500px;">
  465. <tbody>
  466. <tr>
  467. <td>
  468. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/panagenda-Logo_2000x676.png" style="float: right; height: 85px; width: 251px;" />
  469. </td>
  470. <td>
  471. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/ConnectionsExpert-Logo.jpg" style="width: 249px; height: 94px;" />
  472. </td>
  473. </tr>
  474. <tr>
  475. <td colspan="2" style="text-align: justify;">
  476. &quot;This powerful combo really has the potential to become the suite of products that any IBM Connections customer really wants to have implemented to guarantee and maintain an outstanding quality of service and benefit from very flexible content and user management.&quot; says Arne Bergmann (CSO, panagenda)
  477. </td>
  478. </tr>
  479. <tr>
  480. <td>
  481. &nbsp;
  482. </td>
  483. <td>
  484. &nbsp;
  485. </td>
  486. </tr>
  487. </tbody>
  488. </table>
  489. <p>
  490. &nbsp;
  491. </p>
  492. <p>
  493. Both companies&acute; teams are really excited to announce the strategic alliance between our companies and are very much looking forward to further developing business together.
  494. </p>
  495. <p>
  496. Meet us at <a href="http://socialconnections.info">Social Connections 10</a> or simply contact us for more information.
  497. </p>
  498. <p>
  499. &nbsp;
  500. </p>
  501. <h2>
  502. About Infoware<br />
  503. </h2>
  504. <p>
  505. <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/about">http://www.infoware.eu/about</a>
  506. </p>
  507. <p>
  508. Infoware have been working with IBM Connections since 2008 and have consultants with broad and deep knowledge of IBM Connections environments and development. Over the years we&#39;ve learned how important it is to keep an environment in great shape, to take care of your installed solutions&nbsp;and to&nbsp;maximize the benefits of&nbsp;it. That&#39;s why we&nbsp;develop&nbsp;tools that makes all the necessary&nbsp;administrative tasks much easier for&nbsp;users, administrators and platform owners and that benefits the whole&nbsp;company.
  509. </p>
  510. <h2>
  511. About panagenda<br />
  512. </h2>
  513. <p>
  514. <a href="https://www.panagenda.com/company">https://www.panagenda.com/company</a>
  515. </p>
  516. <p>
  517. panagenda develops state-of-the-art solutions for communcation and collaboration IT infrastructures. Its extensive expertise ranges from reducing total cost of ownership (TCO) and workload, to facilitating agile IT transformation. With over 8 million licenses in over 70 countries, panagendas customers benefit from solutions that increase performance, enhance transparency and control, as well as deliver exceptional value for money.
  518. </p>
  519. <p>
  520. &nbsp;
  521. </p>
  522. <h2>
  523. &nbsp;<br />
  524. </h2>
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  529. <item>
  530. <title>DomainPatrol Social and Social Connections</title>
  531. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-and-social-connections</link>
  532. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/domainpatrol-social-and-social-connections#respond</comments>
  533. <pubDate>Wed, 18 May 2016 13:14:29 +0000</pubDate>
  534. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  535. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  536. <category><![CDATA[Connections]]></category>
  537. <category><![CDATA[domainpatrol]]></category>
  538. <category><![CDATA[domainpatrolsocial]]></category>
  539. <category><![CDATA[dps]]></category>
  540. <category><![CDATA[ibm]]></category>
  541. <category><![CDATA[ibmconnections]]></category>
  542. <category><![CDATA[soccnx]]></category>
  543. <category><![CDATA[social]]></category>
  544. <category><![CDATA[socialconnections]]></category>
  545.  
  546. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7288</guid>
  547. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  548. <br />
  549. <br />
  550. <br />
  551. Let us present to you the perfect way to keep your IBM Connections environment in shape!<br />
  552. DomainPatrol Social&#160;is a very competent product which solves most challenges both IT and Business experience. Certainly when it comes to Content and User Administration in IBM Connections.<br />
  553. <br />
  554. <br />
  555. For example if you have several communities, with similar purpose or content, you can use the function&#160;Merge Communities&#160;to merge them into one Community. Or&#160;Move Communities&#160;in and out of one another. The ...]]></description>
  556. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  557. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/infoware1.jpg" />
  558. </p>
  559. <p>
  560. <span style="font-size:14px;">Let us present to you the perfect way to keep your IBM Connections environment in shape!</p>
  561. <p> <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/products/domainpatrol-social" target="_blank">DomainPatrol Social</a>&nbsp;is a very competent product which solves most challenges both IT and Business experience. Certainly when it comes to Content and User Administration in IBM Connections.</span>
  562. </p>
  563. <p>
  564. <span style="font-size:14px;">For example if you have several communities, with similar purpose or content, you can use the function&nbsp;<strong>Merge Communities</strong>&nbsp;to merge them into one Community. Or&nbsp;<strong>Move Communities</strong>&nbsp;in and out of one another. The same applies to all kinds of content including&nbsp;<strong>Files, Blogs, Wikis, Libraries and Activities</strong>.</span>
  565. </p>
  566. <p>
  567. <span style="font-size:14px;">New projects starts, others end. The organization is constantly changing and consequently your needs.</span>
  568. </p>
  569. <p>
  570. <span style="font-size:14px;">Other situations we can solve is when people get new roles&nbsp;in your organization&nbsp;or leaves the organization. Orphan content is a common problem and DomainPatrol Social has several ways&nbsp;to solve it. One is&nbsp;<strong>Complete User Management for Files, Blogs, Wikis</strong>. Another is&nbsp;<strong>Copy User Access</strong>&nbsp;to transfer all, or some of the access that user A had to user B and/or user C. Problem solved!</span>
  571. </p>
  572. <p>
  573. <span style="font-size:14px;">Sometimes one user ends up with two profiles in IBM Connections. Perhaps they started off as a consultant or external user and now they are permanent employees. No worries. Use the function&nbsp;<strong>Merge Profiles</strong>. All content from both profiles are merged into one. Phew! No more unhappy users that can&#39;t access their stuff.</span>
  574. </p>
  575. <p>
  576. <span style="font-size:14px;">Make sure your users trust IBM Connections with their highly valued business content.</p>
  577. <p> <a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=DomainPatrol%20Social%20Request" target="_blank">Contact us</a>&nbsp;for more information, or meet us at&nbsp;<a href="http://socialconnections.info/" target="_blank">Social Connections</a>&nbsp;in Toronto!</span>
  578. </p>
  579. <p>
  580. &nbsp;
  581. </p>
  582. <hr />
  583. <p>
  584. &nbsp;
  585. </p>
  586. <p>
  587. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/banner.jpg" />
  588. </p>
  589. <p>
  590. <span style="font-size:14px;">Infoware is proud sponsor of&nbsp;<strong><a href="http://socialconnections.info/" target="_blank">Social Connections</a>!</strong></p>
  591. <p> THE place to be to learn about all things IBM Connections.</p>
  592. <p> Check out some of the great sessions by speakers from across the globe! The&nbsp;agenda can be found&nbsp;<a href="http://socialconnections.info/10-agenda/" target="_blank">here</a></span>
  593. </p>
  594. <p>
  595. <span style="font-size:14px;">A selection of some the great sessions you need to come and listen to:</span>
  596. </p>
  597. <ol>
  598. <li>
  599. <span style="font-size:14px;">10+ user case studies focused on their implemention of IBM Connections!</span>
  600. </li>
  601. <li>
  602. <span style="font-size:14px;">Great sessions by IBM Champions (18 IBM champions are currently attending the event)</span>
  603. </li>
  604. <li>
  605. <span style="font-size:14px;">A peak into the future with sessions on Toscana, Future of work and What is coming to IBM Connections</span>
  606. </li>
  607. </ol>
  608. <p>
  609. <span style="font-size:14px;"><a href="http://socialconnections.info/#tile_registration" target="_blank">Register here</a>&nbsp;and meet Maria, Fredrik and Ulla in the Infoware booth!</span></p>
  610. ]]></content:encoded>
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  614. <item>
  615. <title>Welcome to Infoware: Kenneth Lindkvist</title>
  616. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/welcome-to-infoware-kenneth-lindkvist</link>
  617. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/welcome-to-infoware-kenneth-lindkvist#respond</comments>
  618. <pubDate>Mon, 09 May 2016 09:05:47 +0000</pubDate>
  619. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Maria Enderstam]]></dc:creator>
  620. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  621. <category><![CDATA[Infoware]]></category>
  622. <category><![CDATA[kenneth lindkvist]]></category>
  623. <category><![CDATA[new employee]]></category>
  624.  
  625. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7279</guid>
  626. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  627. <br />
  628. <br />
  629. <br />
  630. Today we are pleased to welcome a new employee &#8211; Kenneth Lindkvist.<br />
  631. <br />
  632. <br />
  633. Kenenth is highly skilled within IBM&#39;s collaboration solutions and enters our senior operations team.<br />
  634. <br />
  635. <br />
  636. We all look forward to begin working together!<br />
  637. <br />
  638. <br />
  639. &#160;<br />
  640. ]]></description>
  641. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  642. <img alt="" src="http://www.infoware.eu/wp-content/uploads/new-guy.png" style="width: 300px; height: 224px;" />
  643. </p>
  644. <p>
  645. Today we are pleased to welcome a new employee &ndash; Kenneth Lindkvist.
  646. </p>
  647. <p>
  648. Kenenth is highly skilled within IBM&#39;s collaboration solutions and enters our senior operations team.
  649. </p>
  650. <p>
  651. We all look forward to begin working together!
  652. </p>
  653. <p>
  654. &nbsp;</p>
  655. ]]></content:encoded>
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  659. <item>
  660. <title>Revisit: Wildcard SSL certificate from P12/PFX file into Domino</title>
  661. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/revisit-wildcard-ssl-certificate-from-p12pfx-file-into-domino</link>
  662. <comments>http://www.infoware.eu/revisit-wildcard-ssl-certificate-from-p12pfx-file-into-domino#respond</comments>
  663. <pubDate>Mon, 11 Apr 2016 12:48:13 +0000</pubDate>
  664. <dc:creator><![CDATA[Mats]]></dc:creator>
  665. <category><![CDATA[Blog]]></category>
  666. <category><![CDATA[certificate]]></category>
  667. <category><![CDATA[configure]]></category>
  668. <category><![CDATA[domino]]></category>
  669. <category><![CDATA[domino security]]></category>
  670. <category><![CDATA[Domino SSL]]></category>
  671. <category><![CDATA[domino wildcard certificate]]></category>
  672. <category><![CDATA[kyrtool]]></category>
  673. <category><![CDATA[Open SSL]]></category>
  674. <category><![CDATA[openssl]]></category>
  675. <category><![CDATA[p12]]></category>
  676. <category><![CDATA[PFX]]></category>
  677. <category><![CDATA[Poodle]]></category>
  678. <category><![CDATA[security]]></category>
  679. <category><![CDATA[sha2]]></category>
  680. <category><![CDATA[SSL]]></category>
  681. <category><![CDATA[TLS]]></category>
  682. <category><![CDATA[wildcard]]></category>
  683. <category><![CDATA[wildcard certificate]]></category>
  684. <category><![CDATA[Wildcard SSL]]></category>
  685.  
  686. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7226</guid>
  687. <description><![CDATA[<br />
  688. The objective of this article is to provide an example on how to&#160; do this with hopefully no discussions and no questions unanswered. Of course this example is based on a particular situation with a special certificate provider but can hopefully be translated to any other situation with other certificate authorities.<br />
  689. Wrote an earlier article, this is an update<br />
  690. <br />
  691. <br />
  692. Contents<br />
  693. 1. Assumptions<br />
  694. 2. What do I need<br />
  695. 3. OpenSSL<br />
  696. 4. Kyrtool<br />
  697. 5. Syntax<br />
  698. 6. Example<br />
  699. 7. Implement ...]]></description>
  700. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p>
  701. The objective of this article is to provide an example on how to&nbsp; do this with hopefully no discussions and no questions unanswered. Of course this example is based on a particular situation with a special certificate provider but can hopefully be translated to any other situation with other certificate authorities.<br />
  702. Wrote an earlier <a href="http://www.infoware.com/?p=1592" target="_blank">article</a>, this is an update
  703. </p>
  704. <p>
  705. <strong>Contents</strong><br />
  706. 1. Assumptions<br />
  707. 2. What do I need<br />
  708. 3. OpenSSL<br />
  709. 4. Kyrtool<br />
  710. 5. Syntax<br />
  711. 6. Example<br />
  712. 7. Implement the files on the server<br />
  713. 8. Check out if it works<br />
  714. 9. Important note<br />
  715. 10. Conclusion
  716. </p>
  717. <p>
  718. <strong>Assumptions</strong>:<br />
  719. Running Windows 64 bits (directory separator = \)<br />
  720. PFX file contains both certificate, intermediate and root certificates&nbsp;<br />
  721. Domino server running 9.0.1 FP3
  722. </p>
  723. <p>
  724. <strong>What do I need</strong>:<br />
  725. 1. An exported P12/PFX file from in my case IIS, containing the wildcard certificate private key as well as the certification path to it.
  726. </p>
  727. <p>
  728. 2.&nbsp;OpenSSL:<br />
  729. Homepage: <a href="https://www.openssl.org/source/" target="_blank">https://www.openssl.org/source/</a><br />
  730. Easy precompiled: <a href="https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html" target="_blank">https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html</a><br />
  731. The one I used: <a href="http://slproweb.com/download/Win64OpenSSL-1_0_2g.exe" target="_blank">http://slproweb.com/download/Win64OpenSSL-1_0_2g.exe</a>
  732. </p>
  733. <p>
  734. 3. Kyrtool:<br />
  735. Fixcentral short: <a href="http://ibm.co/1SAYX5E" target="_blank">http://ibm.co/1SAYX5E</a><br />
  736. Fixcentral long: <a href="http://www-933.ibm.com/support/fixcentral/swg/selectFixes?parent=ibm%7ELotus&amp;product=ibm/Lotus/Lotus+Domino&amp;release=9.0.1.2&amp;platform=All&amp;function=fixId&amp;fixids=KYRTool_9x_ClientServer&amp;includeSupersedes=0" target="_blank">http://www-933.ibm.com/support/fixcentral/swg/selectFixes?parent=ibm%7ELotus&amp;product=ibm/Lotus/Lotus+Domino&amp;release=9.0.1.2&amp;platform=All&amp;function=fixId&amp;fixids=KYRTool_9x_ClientServer&amp;includeSupersedes=0</a>
  737. </p>
  738. <p>
  739. <strong>Syntax:</strong><br />
  740. &lt;ossldir&gt; = Where you installed OpenSSL eg. C:\OpenSSL-Win64<br />
  741. &lt;pfxdir&gt; = Where you have placed your pfxfile<br />
  742. &lt;pfxfile&gt; = Name of your pfxfile eg. wildcard_acme_com.pfx<br />
  743. &lt;pfxpassword&gt; = Password to your pfxfile<br />
  744. &lt;pemdir&gt; = Where you have placed your pfxfile<br />
  745. &lt;pemfile&gt; = Name of your pfxfile eg. wildcard_acme_com.pem<br />
  746. &lt;notespgmdir&gt; = Notes or Domino program directory, minimum 9.0.1 FP3<br />
  747. (<strong>assumes that notes program directory is in your path, if not execute from program directory</strong>)<br />
  748. &lt;kyrdir&gt; = Directory where you want to put your kyrfile<br />
  749. &lt;kyrfile&gt; = Name of your kyrfile eg. wildcard_acme_com.kyr<br />
  750. &lt;kyrpassword&gt; = Password to your kyrfile
  751. </p>
  752. <p>
  753. <strong>Check your pfx file:</strong><br />
  754. &lt;ossldir&gt;\bin\openssl pkcs12 -info -in &lt;pfxdir&gt;\&lt;pfxfile&gt;<br />
  755. use &lt;pfxpassword&gt; when asked (nothing on PEM)
  756. </p>
  757. <p>
  758. <strong>In general:</strong><br />
  759. 1. &lt;ossldir&gt;\bin\openssl pkcs12 -in &lt;pfxdir&gt;\&lt;pfxfile&gt; -out &lt;pemdir&gt;\&lt;pemfile&gt; -nodes&nbsp;-chain<br />
  760. use &lt;pfxpassword&gt; when asked (nothing on PEM)<br />
  761. 2. &lt;notespgmdir&gt;\kyrtool create -k &lt;kyrdir&gt;\&lt;kyrfile&gt; -p &lt;kyrpassword&gt;<br />
  762. 3. &lt;notespgmdir&gt;\kyrtool import all -k &lt;kyrdir&gt;\&lt;kyrfile&gt; -i &lt;pemdir&gt;\&lt;pemfile&gt;<br />
  763. <strong>Check in general:</strong><br />
  764. 1. &lt;notespgmdir&gt;\kyrtool show certs -k &lt;kyrdir&gt;\&lt;kyrfile&gt; &gt;kyrcerts.txt<br />
  765. 2. &lt;notespgmdir&gt;\kyrtool show keys -k &lt;kyrdir&gt;\&lt;kyrfile&gt; &gt;kyrkeys.txt<br />
  766. 3. &lt;notespgmdir&gt;\kyrtool show roots -k &lt;kyrdir&gt;\&lt;kyrfile&gt; &gt;kyrroots.txt
  767. </p>
  768. <p>
  769. <strong>Example:</strong><br />
  770. <span style="font-size: 12px">1. C:\OpenSSL-Win64\bin\openssl pkcs12 -in C:\mypfxfiles\wildcard_acme_com.pfx -out C:\mypemfiles\wildcard_acme_com.pem -nodes</span>&nbsp;-chain<br />
  771. use &lt;pfxpassword&gt; when asked<br />
  772. <span style="font-size: 12px">2. C:\IBM\Lotus\Domino\kyrtool create -k C:\mykyrfiles\wildcard_acme_com.kyr -p password<br />
  773. 3. C:\IBM\Lotus\Domino\kyrtool import all -k C:\mykyrfiles\wildcard_acme_com.kyr -i C:\mypemfiles\wildcard_acme_com.pem<br />
  774. <strong>Check sample:</strong></span><br />
  775. 1. C:\IBM\Lotus\Domino\kyrtool show certs -k C:\mykyrfiles\wildcard_acme_com.kyr &gt;wildcard_acme_com_kyrcerts.txt<br />
  776. 2. C:\IBM\Lotus\Domino\kyrtool show keys -k C:\mykyrfiles\wildcard_acme_com.kyr &gt;wildcard_acme_com_kyrkeys.txt<br />
  777. 3. C:\IBM\Lotus\Domino\kyrtool show roots -k C:\mykyrfiles\wildcard_acme_com.kyr &gt;wildcard_acme_com_kyrroots.txt
  778. </p>
  779. <p>
  780. <strong>Implement the files on the server</strong><br />
  781. 1. Copy kyr file and the associated sth file to the server<br />
  782. 2. Add the kyrfile name to your internet sites document or server document depending how your server is configured<br />
  783. 3. Modify the cipher part<br />
  784. 4. Make sure the SSL port is enabled in the Internet Ports.. section<br />
  785. 5. Restart your http task on the server, use sh ta onl and check that http listens to both 80 and 443
  786. </p>
  787. <p>
  788. <strong>Check out if it works</strong><br />
  789. 1. Use your browser and connect to your server via https<br />
  790. 2. Look at your certificate information<br />
  791. 3. Congratulations
  792. </p>
  793. <p>
  794. <strong>Important note:</strong><br />
  795. Following this means that especially the pem file is unprotected, therefore make sure that keep it in a safe place during this and maybe deleting it afterwards. Same goes for kyrfile (you can not delete them but keep them as safe as you can) as they contain private key.
  796. </p>
  797. <p>
  798. <strong>Conclusion</strong><br />
  799. Doing this task is not more complicated than any other task that involves certificates using any other platform.
  800. </p>
  801. <p>
  802. Link to this document: <a href="http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7226" target="_blank">http://www.infoware.eu/?p=7226</a>
  803. </p>
  804. <p>
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  811. <title>Welcome to Infoware: Mikael Grenfeldt</title>
  812. <link>http://www.infoware.eu/welcome-to-infoware-mikael-grenfeldt</link>
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  814. <pubDate>Mon, 04 Apr 2016 13:11:00 +0000</pubDate>
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  824. Today we are pleased to welcome a new employee &#8211; Mikael Grenfeldt.<br />
  825. <br />
  826. <br />
  827. Mikael is highly skilled within IBM&#39;s collaboration solutions such as IBM Domino, IBM Notes, IBM Chat, IBM Traveler and he is a well sought after contribution to our seniour team.<br />
  828. <br />
  829. <br />
  830. On his first day (today) we treated him with extra special goodies to his morning coffee, so we hope this will ensure a good work relationship!<br />
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  839. Today we are pleased to welcome a new employee &#8211; Mikael Grenfeldt.
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  842. Mikael is highly skilled within IBM&#39;s collaboration solutions such as IBM Domino, IBM Notes, IBM Chat, IBM Traveler and he is a well sought after contribution to our seniour team.
  843. </p>
  844. <p>
  845. On his first day (today) we treated him with extra special goodies to his morning coffee, so we hope this will ensure a good work relationship!
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