In preparation for BrainShare, Caledonia has been busy getting the process finalized for bringing you the latest in great books. Willem Bagchus is finishing up the Groupwise 2012 Administrator’s Guide, and will be promoting it heavily next week at BrainShare. But of course, we wanted Caledonia customers to know about it first!
The Novell GroupWise 2012 Administrator’s Guide is the authoritative guide for successfully administrating and maintaining the newest release of Novell’s communication and collaboration solution.
Author Willem Bagchus, a Novell Master CNE and GroupWise administrator for over 10 years, will provide you with insider tips on administration solutions, proven information on how to work with GroupWise 2012, and techniques for troubleshooting this latest release of GroupWise not available in the standard GroupWise 2012 documentation.
The book will be available in April, in soft-cover print, as a PDF, or as a bundle of both the print book and the PDF. While we’re happy to ship the book anywhere in the world, it IS heavy, so I suspect that some of you outside of the US will be happy to have it in PDF format, and save on shipping charges.
Go to http://wp.me/p14lWo-9R for more info on the book on our site.
Between now and February 28, 2013, the book (which will retail for $44.95) is being sold as a pre-order for $33.80.
I’ve known Willem for many years, and he is top notch when it comes to GroupWise. You will be well served to have an administrator’s guide written by him!
If you are at BrainShare next week, come and talk to me! I’ll be at the Knowledge Partners’ Booth as usual (near the South Entrance to the Salt Palace). I’d love to hear all about your GroupWise systems, and your plans for your GroupWise future!
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