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Friday, November 14 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Shaping Collaboration at the University of Zurich

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What started as a consolidation project of different e-mail systems to only one platform for 40K users a few years ago, is now a fully established and mature platform for mail and calendaring that is accessed very often by mobile devices only. The Domino platform is maintained very economically and after the addition of IBM Sametime and the first Domino Application (XPages) the University of Zurich is ready to do the next step and offer IBM Connections to the users in order to complete the collaboration platform. Learn in this session what were the challenges in getting started with IBM Connections and what now does work. What were the successful use cases and where is the University now standing.

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Bühler

Sandra Bühler

Director, Belsoft AG
Sandra Bühler is an IBM Champion, and a co-owner of Belsoft, an IBM Premier Business Partner in Switzerland. Sandra has more than 15 years experience with the ICS portfolio and oversees a highly skilled team of engineers and is focussing on projects covering IBM Domino/Notes, IBM Connections and IBM Sametime. In addition to project management and user education, she is also a guest lecturer at the University of Zurich with... Read More →
avatar for Roberto Mazzoni

Roberto Mazzoni

University Of Zurich
Roberto Mazzoni is head of the user services group of the University of Zurich. Among the responsibilities of the user services group is the user support, teaching and responsibility of database services and the World Wide Web servers. He led the project to establish a groupware solution and he is still supporting the usage of IBM Notes and promotes the spread of IBM Connections at the University of Zurich.


Friday November 14, 2014 10:30am - 11:00am
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