Micro Focus Universe, our premier event for customers and partners, is quickly approaching and this year you have two options to join us. The first opportunity will be March 17-19 in The Hauge, Netherlands. The second opportunity will be May 19-21 in San Antonio, Texas. I am very excited and pleased to participate in both events and welcome in the North America event for 2020.
We have some great sessions in the track that I hope you will join me and attend. For the breakout sessions, here are the ones in which I will be presenting:
- What’s new in Enterprise Messaging/Filr: This will be a combined session where you will get to see what is available in the latest releases of Enterprise Messaging, GroupWise and Filr and see a glimpse of the roadmap to see what is next for these products.
- Introduction to the New GroupWise Web: This new client/interface for GroupWise was officially released in GroupWise 18.2. If it is new to you or you have already deployed this new client and replacement to WebAccess, you need to attend this session. This session will discuss what is available now, what is coming and what to expect in the future.
- Collaborative Editing in Filr & TeamWorks: The latest releases of Filr and TeamWorks each introduced and exiting new feature to give users the ability to co-edit files in Filr and TeamWorks. This greatly expands Team Collaboration for your users and gives them a set of features that you only typically see in cloud offerings. A benefit and objective of these products is to give your users a cloud experience while you maintain control of your data.
Those are just the ones I am conducting. There are plenty more with our endpoint management solutions as well as sessions across our entire Security, Risk and Governance portfolio. In addition to these great breakout sessions mentioned above, we will also be offering a workshop for hands on experience with Collaborative Editing in Filr and TeamWorks.
So please come join me and the rest of the Collaboration team in either The Hauge or San Antonio for Micro Focus Universe.
See you there!
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