EVENT: Next Webcast: IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Upgrade Process on 5/4 at 3pm Eastern

WorkFlow Studios discusses the IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Upgrade Process

Through the years, the Notes Domino upgrade process has been straightforward. There has been no need for "rip and replace" and in many cases, the install package wrote over the existing installation, making upgrades pretty simple. Many new features have been released in the last couple of years. Some of those features cannot be turned on without some restructuring of the server architecture and the extensive use of profiles. Many of our customers have taken this opportunity, as they upgrade to ND8.5, to ensure that their collaboration infrastructure is running efficiently and that it utilizes the great new features, such as DAOS, ID Vault, compression, port encryption and more.

As WorkFlow Studios has been engaged with our customers, we have developed systems and processes that have helped those customers reduce their upgrade time and costs significantly. Our methods have been used in small environments as well as large, complex infrastructures. We invite you to attend this webcast as we present information about our efficient processes that can help you and save you money as you move to the exciting new releases of Notes and Domino.

This webcast follows our successful webcasts about Lotus Mobility options including BlackBerry and Lotus Traveler, and application development for the iPhone. If you would like more information on those topics, please contact sales.

Webcast: The IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 Upgrade Process

  • Tuesday, May 4, 2010 @ 3-4pm Eastern (noon-1pm Pacific)
  • Repeat Session: Wednesday, May 5, 2010 @ 12-1pm Eastern (9-10am Pacific)

Register today at: http://www.workflowstudios.com/NDUpgradeWebcast

David Stephens
Director of Interactive Sales and Marketing
Visit my Website: StephensQuickPlace
Proud member of: www.LotusUserGroup.org

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