If you are an IT Professional in the Greater Toronto Area then you will not want to miss this event!
Small business is still big business. Every company needs the ability to do e-mail, create, share and centrally manage documents and files and ensure that all their information is backed up and protected. But no one wants the hassle or expense of dealing with complex IT systems. Lotus Foundations is a family of software appliances that provide the essential software businesses need to focus on running the business, not managing computer systems.
8200 Warden Avenue, Markham, Ontario
Agenda and Presenters:
6:45 PM – 7:15 PM – Food and Drinks
7:15 PM – 7:20 PM – Introductions (why we are here, why you are here)
7:20 PM – 8:40 PM – Product Demonstration
- Architectural Overview (and why it's different)
- – Getting running in no-time flat
- Integrated Base Capabilities and Functionality
- – Backup, Network Router, Firewall, FTP, Web Server, File Server, DHCP, etc…
- – Integrated Enhanced
- – Antivirus, Antispam
- – Add-ons and the role of Autonomics and Integration
- – Start
- – Reach
- – 3rd Party
8:40 PM – 9:00 PM – Q & A
Hiep Vuong leads up the HW Platform Strategy and Development and Technical Business Development for the IBM Lotus Foundations Team. Hiep has extensive background in appliances for the Small Business space having lead up development and operations at both SonicWALL and Net Integration Technologies (acquired by IBM in 2008).
Julie Reed leads the IBM Lotus Foundations engineering team. She has over 25 years experience in the software industry spanning various application server environments and collaboration platforms. Julie came to IBM with the Net Integration Technologies acquisition in 2008.
Larry Menard is a Quality Assurance Team Lead for the IBM Lotus Foundations products. He began his career with IBM in 1979 and has held a wide variety of positions within the company. Prior to joining the Lotus Foundations team, Larry's most recent positions included Quality Assurance and Information Development for the IBM DB2 relational database product.
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See you there!
The IT Professionals Community of Greater Toronto