I’m delighted to say that I will be speaking at Social Connections in Boston this April. It’s a great conference entirely about all aspects of Social Software and IBM Connections. I like to try something different so I asked for 30 minute slots for my technical sessions this year
From SSL certificates to setting up application security and rebuilding searches, we’ll cover how to identify the most common problems and resolve them quickly.
To do this we’ll also discuss how to set up logging and review both IHS and WAS logs and the key information you’ll need to supply IBM when opening any PMR (and where to find it).
I then have a session on Connections identities and LDAP with Terri Warren called
and one on designing a Connections environment – this one is only 15 minutes long. You can give up 15 minutes to hear how to plan your Connections environment can’t you?
To see the full agenda for Social Connections or better yet, to register, click here
See you there!