BrainShare 2013 is coming soon. It's moved up from the end of March to the beginning of February, so if you haven't registered yet, you should take care of that soon. The price goes up by $100 every month, so don't delay too long.
There is a lot in store for Novell users this year. You can see some highlighted sample sessions on this page. The full session catalog is now available as well for a deep dive into what's on tap.
Here are some highlights:
GroupWise Windermere Deep Dive
As the next major release of Novell GroupWise, Windermere is well on its way to providing administrators with some much-needed love. Attend this session to take a deep dive into what's coming on the web administration front, how you can replace ConsoleOne as your administration tool, how to connect GroupWise to Active Directory, and much more.
Selling Your Boss on Novell Technologies
If you're a fan of Novell Open Enterprise Server, Novell GroupWise, Novell Vibe or Novell ZENworks and want to ensure that they remain a part of your infrastructure, this session will arm you with the facts.
Novell Vibe - Roadmap and Radar
Novell Vibe 3.3 brought exciting capabilities—such as offline file sync and integration with Microsoft Office—to the Vibe fold. And with even more features on the horizon—like productivity and UI improvements, integrated chat, unique document IDs and landing page enhancements—the best is yet to come. Attend this session to find out what's on the official Vibe roadmap, and what's on the radar looking even further out.
Embracing BYOD/C in the Enterprise
Attend this session to learn how, with the right tools and policies, your organization can start down the path to embracing BYOD/C. You'll also walk away with prudent steps you can take to balance productivity with security while minimizing IT burden.
Anytime, Anywhere File Access That's Safe!
Everyone in your organization is demanding mobile file access and sharing. And if you take too long to deliver it, your users will be installing Dropbox or using Google Drive in droves—whether above or below the IT radar. But did you know that Dropbox has been hacked several times? And that Google reserves the right to alter or display anything that is uploaded to Google Drive for their own marketing purposes? Can you really afford to lose control of your sensitive data in these consumer-oriented tools? There's a better way. Learn how you can provide anytime/anywhere mobile file access and sharing that's safe!
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