Webinar series

Did you miss one of our live webcasts or simply want to watch it again? Find out how you can use our solutions to get your teams to better outcomes and make collaboration smarter for every type of team.

Featured webcast: Let’s Chat about Sametime (again)!

Join Kathleen Brady Jackson and Pat Galvin to learn what new value Sametime Limited Use V10 offers to Domino customers. You’ll also hear HCL's vision for the future product roadmap of Sametime, which includes integration with third-party conferencing vendors, Docker support, and improved co-existence with Domino.

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Forrester Total Economic Impact (TEI) Study on Domino

Join this webinar to learn from the Forrester Group’s Total Economic Impact (TEI) team what their findings could mean to every organization. Plus, what you should share with your business and technical leaders. Lastly, hear a firsthand account from an IT leader why having Domino at the core of its business, matters. 

Best Practices for Deploying Verse on Premises

Verse on Premises can deliver on some of those topics and it's not really hard to do. But, it's always best to get a quick head start from someone who has walked the road before you. In this session, we cover why you should deploy VOP, installing and configuring, and how to integrate with Connections, Docs, Sametime and Box. 

Using teamWorkr within a Domino Environment to Interact with Systems in Hybrid Environments

IBM Domino has always been strong in interaction with other systems (just think of IBM Enterprise Integrator). How can we use the strength of Domino - besides Node.js - in the future? teamWorkr opens up great opportunities for companies in terms of the transfer of e-mails from Outlook to Domino applications and displaying content from external applications (such as any SQL-Source).

In this session you will learn what teamWorkr is, how it works, and what an integration of teamWorkr in other applications looks like.

Let's Get Real: What's in Domino V11

Join Andrew Manby and Richard Jefts to learn what the next chapter in the #dominoforever journey will mean to Domino developers, administrators and business users based on your input from the “Domino ideas portal” and V11 #dominoforever jams.

For those at IBM Think 2019, this webcast will provide even more insights. This is one event you are not going to want to miss.

Domino Tech School: API Crash Course for LotusScript Developers

Over the past years, there has been an increase in platforms and solutions that make their offerings available through APIs, giving rise to the notion of the “API economy.” This session gives you a crash course in how to integrate with various services using LotusScript. From sending, receiving and processing JSON data, understanding important aspects of HTTP requests, to reading and testing API specifications using tools like Postman — it’s easier than you think and the possibilities are endless.

Upgrading to Domino V10: Best Practices

Are you looking to deploy Domino V10 but don’t know where to start? Upgrade servers or clients first? Should I upgrade the ODS? If you have questions like these, this session is for you. Get a complete understanding of the process to upgrade to Domino V10, and learn from best practices and tips from the field.

A New World of Possibilities with IBM Domino V10, Node.js, Domino Query Language, and NodeRed

Join this webcast to explore how using Node.js and Domino Query Language (DQL) extends the value of existing and new applications — and to fully understand how Node.js and DQL can play a critical role in your organization and development strategy. This webcast will also show you how to use NodeRed to make integrating IBM Domino apps with other platforms faster.

Essential How-To's for IBM Domino® Mobile Apps

Don't miss our webcast to learn how to create mobile solutions from your Domino applications. Get the inside scoop on how easy it is to extend the value of your proven applications to your "road warriors" and executives. In the time it takes to watch the webcast, you could have your first application up and running on an iPad.

Introducing Domino® Applications on Cloud

Learn how IBM Domino Applications on Cloud lowers your total cost of ownership and offers robust performance for your mission-critical applications. This webcast features technical experts sharing the essentials for moving your Domino applications to the IBM Cloud.

Node.js and Domino V10 Essentials – What You Need to Know

Learn how Domino application development experts are approaching the creation of new Domino applications using the latest frameworks and languages such as node.js and JavaScript.

What’s new in Mail and Chat V10

Join us to make sure you and your business are ready, by knowing what to expect, and what you can take immediate advantage of with IBM Notes V10, IBM Verse® on Premises V10 and Sametime® Chat V10.

Domino App Modernization: How to modernize your apps in less than an hour!

Learn how companies such as Strabag, Panasonic, and German Pension Insurance were able to modernize thousands of their Domino applications with very little to no effort for their desktops and mobile devices.

Let's Get Real: What's in Domino V10

Join Bob Schultz, Richard Jefts and Andrew Manby for this unique webcast to understand what we learned and what we are going to do in 2018 with Domino V10.

It's Here! New Features & Enhancements to IBM Connections 6

Come see the new updates to IBM Connections 6 such as the brand new streamlined user experience with a more contemporary UI, enhanced Usability & Engagement, and improved maintenance features for administrators. Learn about the above and more at this webinar focused on all things IBM Connections 6.

Domino Query Language Puts You in the Fast Lane

Designed and built in support of the domino-db node.js offering released in the IBM Domino Appdev Pack, Domino Query Language (DQL) has been released using new database classes in LotusScript and Java. This session reviews 1) DQL syntax in all its power, 2) the (Notes)DominoQuery object in action in Lotusscript and Java, 3) setup and optimization topics — as well as cover some of the coming future capabilities that HCL is working on.