Considering co-existence between Novell GroupWise
& Microsoft Exchange?
We know it's a big decision. That's why we've brought in the experts to help you understand if it's the right call to make for your orgnization's email system. If you're even thinking about implementing a co-existence solution, don't miss our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM EST with two extremely smart GroupWise experts: Paul Lamontagne and Ed Hanley.
Join us for an hour and leave with solid information to help you make the best decision for your organization. Some of the questions they'll cover during the session include:
- What is co-existence?
- Why the need for co-existence in the first place?
- How does the co-existence solution work?
- How is the co-existence solution architected?
Paul Lamontagne: Paul has worked in the computer industry since the early 1990s. He worked with the first iteration of personal computers in standalone environments and later in corporate networks. Paul has a passion for technology and an aptitude for learning. This has led to him obtaining many industry standard certifications. Paul is very interested in sharing his knowledge with the world and has been a Technical Instructor since May 1996.
Ed Hanley: Ed is a Senior Architect at Novell and a member of the Novell GroupWise core development team since 1999. He has been with Novell since 1997 and has been using and implementing “GroupWise” since 1993, when it was still a WordPerfect product. As a leading subject matter expert within Novell for all things GroupWise, Ed has given several presentations including Brainshare conferences covering Clustering and GroupWise technologies.
Register today and take advantage of this special Netmail Archive for GroupWise 2014 offer. As part of a GroupWise 2014 upgrade promotion, any existing client wishing to upgrade to GroupWise 2014 can obtain a free Netmail Archive mailbox license from Netmail.