Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Traveler for Droid

The news is out.  Ed Brill posted a commitment to delivering Droid support in the middle of December.  I know there are many people anticipating this release.  I was a bit bummed that we missed the mid-quarter projection, but I suppose it is better late and right than on time and riddled with obvious bugs.  Here is a link to Ed’s post.


Friday, November 19, 2010

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Yahoo! / Sametime GW Issue Open Mic

Open Mic: Interoperability with the Yahoo! Messenger service changes in 2011

IBM is hosting an Open Mic conference call on Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. US Eastern Time (15:00 GMT) to share more information and address your questions about the Interoperability with the Yahoo! Messenger service changes coming in 2011.

Title: Interoperability with the Yahoo! Messenger service changes in 2011
Date: Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Time: 10:00 AM Eastern US time, for 30 minutes

An Open Mic consists of a short introduction to the topic followed by a Question & Answer session. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions directly of IBM team. There will be no formal slide presentation.

In addition to asking questions during the call, questions may be submitted in advance by sending them to stinfo@us.ibm.com.

To learn more before joining the call, please review "Interoperability with the Yahoo! Messenger service changes in 2011" (Technote #1449088)

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Conference number: 8501769
Passcode: 3628264

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