IM&G – Information Management and Governance – Preliminary List of Hands-On Hot-Labs

Below please find a list of Hot-Lab sessions for the IM&G product group portfolio to be held during the Open Horizons Summit. This List is preliminary and still developing. Stop by for updates.

These labs will run Tuesday, June 5th to
Thursday, June 7th mid-day

Access with Full Conference Pass only

The final Lab and Session Schedule will be
available after May 2nd 2018

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Upgrading from GroupWise 2014 to GroupWise 18

In this Hotlab you will learn how to upgrade to the new release of GroupWise. Find out what’s new and how the new version takes your Enterprise email platform to the next level

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Vibe – Best Practices

In this Lab you will get insights and best practices for Vibe Enterprise Collaboration.

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Filr – First Class Enterprise File Scharing

In this hotlab we deal with features like Linux Client, File Request, Microsoft Office Plugin etc that we added in Filr 3.3 so that you can update, configure and use these capabilities to make your users more productive.

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Enterprise Messaging I

In this hotlab you learn how all components of Enterprise Messaging complement your top-shelf collaboration strategy. Learn what is necessary to secure and extend your messaging infrastructure with the help of the GWAVA Portfolio add-on solutions

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Filr Best Practices and Hosting

In this hotlab you will learn, and try out, how to get the best out of your Filr environment. You will also learn how to move a small, single server, installation into a large clustered deployment, that can then be expanded to suit your needs, which is the recommended production deployment. Another topic we will cover is the creation of zones and multi tenancy options that will enable you to host Filr for multiple organizations.

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Enterprise Messaging II

In this hotlab you learn how all components of Enterprise Messaging complement your top-shelf collaboration strategy. Learn what is necessary to secure and extend your messaging infrastructure with the help of the GWAVA Portfolio add-on solutions

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GroupWise Best Practices and Troubleshooting

In this hotlab you dive deep into some hidden secrets of GroupWise 18. Learn about best practices and improve your troubleshooting skills

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File Dynamics

Get everything you need to know around the upcoming release of Micro Focus File Dynamics. This is must have knowledge for everyone who deals with files.

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OES in the 21st Century

With the advent of OES2018 your File and Print infrastructure can move beyond your data centre and into the cloud. Whether your cloud strategy is on prem, public, private or hybrid then OES offers you scope to embrace the new technology. This session will cover many aspects of OES2018 including upgrading, printing, smb features, storage updates, cloud integration and much more.

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Unified Archiving – Retain for GroupWise

Learn everything about the latest version of Retain and how you finetune your unified archiving strategy for GroupWise

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iPrint

Stop Thinking, start Printing – Get productive with best practices around the latest version of iPrint

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Unified Archiving – Retain for Exchange

Learn everything about the latest version of Retain and how you finetune your unified archiving strategy for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 implementations

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SCM – ControlPoint Administration & Operation

The Information Governance Hot Lab includes 12 ControlPoint demo scenarios for the following use case categories in a way that shows solution value, rather than only feature/functionality for ControlPoint 5.x Capabilities: Auto Categorization, Legacy Data Clean-up, Manage in Place, Data Migration.
The lab guide is constructed so that these use case categories can be examined and completed individually which provides the attendee the flexibility to prioritize the demo scenarios within the hot lab schedule. The lab guide is also a reference resource to be used in subsequent Pre-Sales solution assessment and demo preparation. No prior ControlPoint experience is required.

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Data Protection – Data Protector Install, Config, & Operation

The Data Protector lab introduces basic application architectural concepts such as the Data Protector backup domain (Cell), catalogue server (Cell Manager), media server, and client, by means of having the learner install a Data Protector backup server. Enterprise backup clients are preconfigured (MS SQL, MS Exchange, Oracle, fileservers, etc.). In having the learner configure the Data Protector backup server for normal operation, the learner is also introduced to the array of backup targets supported by Data Protector. After installation and configuration, the Data Protector lab walks the learner through typical tasks, such as performing a manual backup, scheduling a backup for later execution, performing a sample restore, and basic reporting.

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