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community conference Connect connections Lotusphere

So that’s how he did it – Luis Benitez tells all

Our favourite IBM Connections product manager is releasing a series of blog posts on what code and products were used in his Keynote / OGS demo at Connect.

I must admit I was impressed and only yesterday I blogged on my personal blog that I wished we knew more on what products made up the OGS demos.

Great post by Luis, can’t wait to read the rest of the series

The full post can be found here:

The Code Behind My IBM Connect 2014 Keynote Demo

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Honored to have been chosen to be an IBM Champion for the 3rd year running

I am totally honored and humbled to have been chosen once again as an IBM Champion for the Collaboration Solutions (formally Lotus) brand.

This is a fantastic bunch of people – it really is a big deal for me to be selected

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The full announcement post can be found here : https://www.socialbizug.org/blogs/074c311f-1478-4a20-8774-bb7cf9d1abf4/entry/announcing_the_2014_ibm_champions_for_ics?lang=en_us

Sharon

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community conference Connect Lotusphere

We are proud to announce Sharon is speaking at IBM Connect 2014

Cube Soft are proud to announce that Sharon along with friend and community peer Christoph Stoettner will be speaking at this years IBM Connect / Lotusphere conference.

The pair of enthusiastic Admins will be speaking in the Best Practices track, sharing our admin and scripting tips and tricks to help make an IBM Connections Admin’s day a little easier.

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The full article can be found here on the IBM social insights blog

We look forward to seeing you in Orlando in January 2014.

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community connections technical

ConnCtrl bash script for IBM Connections

My good friend Mr Tim Clark asked me this morning if there was a script available for starting and stopping IBM Connections on Red Hat (RHEL) – I know lots of people do have them, but wasn’t aware of one that was available to the community.

So we wrote one ..

The script has a bunch of variables to allow you to input the path to the WebSphere deployment manager and nodes, and a place to enter the names of your Connections servers.

Please visit Tim’s blog for all the information and to download the script.