You are invited to attend this month’s Technical Solutions Training Webinar. In this webinar, learn about identity and access management in the cloud, multiplatform instant single sign-on, a new Mac client for GroupWise, and how to avoid being the next social media scandal. This webinar is part two of a two-part series featuring the best of BrainShare 2013.
The March webinar will be:
Date: March 27, 2013
Time: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Eastern (GMT -4)
Link to register: http://www.grouplink.com/event/178
The agenda will be as follows. You have the choice to attend one or more of the sessions:
11:00- 11:45 am “Identity and Access Management in the Cloud: NetIQ Cloud Access” – Don DaRe & Mike Weaver, Concensus Technologies
12:00- 12:45pm “WSTrust: Multiplatform Instant SSO at a Glance” – Vaclav Samsa, WSTrust
1:00- 1:45pm “A New Mac Client for GroupWise” – Daniel Shelley, Ghost Pattern Software
2:00- 2:45pm “Avoid Being the Next Social Media Scandal” – Que Mangus, GWAVA
*Announcement* - A new, third-party Mac client is being developed by Ghost Pattern Software, the makers of iPhone/iPad and Android apps for GroupWise. This new Mac client will be an all-new, native app for OS X. This webinar will be the official launch of the beta for the client. During the webinar, we will publish a link with access to the beta. The 1:00pm session of the webinar will provide an introduction to the GroupWise client, a demonstration of the app, and time for questions.
If you cannot attend during these times, you can still register and we will send you a recorded copy of the sessions.
With the overwhelming response for the last webinar, we anticipate this webinar to fill up fast, so register now!
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