EVENT: LCTY Online from LotusUSersGroup.org


Hello Colleague,

Lotusphere Comes to You Online 2010 is in full-swing. Hundreds of your colleagues have already registered for these exciting and informative sessions that you can experience in the comfort of your own work space. Register now.

We have added another session to the line-up, LotusLive Lotus Symphony 3 Beta 2: One Smart Move. You’ll get a first-hand look at the enhanced user interface and added features throughout Lotus Symphony. You’ll also learn how you can download your own free copy and test drive Symphony’s exciting new features and functions.

The May 27 session, "Top Chefs" Share Recipes for Avoiding Everyday Server Disasters, is brought to you by Sherpa Software and helps you secure and performance-tune your servers to mitigate mail fidelity issues, and routing or replication bottlenecks.

Lotusphere Comes to You Online is offering six exciting and informative sessions between now and
June 1 – as well as three archived sessions that you can download on demand now.
See the complete list of sessions.

Collaboration in the Cloud with IBM LotusLive
April 27, 2010 at 11:30AM

IBM Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony in Action: Putting it to Work for You!
May 18, 2010 at 11AM – Brought to you by Plantronics

Getting a Grip on Your Enterprise: An Introduction to Performance Tuning
May 20, 2010 at 11AM

LotusLive Lotus Symphony 3 Beta 2: One Smart Move
May 25, 2010 at 11AM

“Top Chefs” Share Recipes for Avoiding Everyday Server Disasters
May 27, 2010 at 11AM – Brought to you by Sherpa Software

Project Management: Jedi Mind Tricks
June 1, 2010 at 11AM – Brought to you by Genius Project

All times are EDT. Each Webinar lasts an hour with an opportunity to ask questions. Get the detailed descriptions and register today with your free LotusUserGroup.org membership.

Archived session available on demand right now:

• IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Strategy and the Future of the Desktop

• The Lotus Application Development Strategy

• The Future of Unified Communications and Collaboration: IBM Lotus Sametime Strategy and Roadmap

Sincerely,

Debbie Lynd, Content Director
LotusUserGroup.org

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