What is a WSTE?
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What is a WSTE? Well, in our context, WSTE stands for WebSphere Support Technical Exchange. If you haven't heard of it before, it's a great program that can help you get the most out of your software.
One of the best ways to stay informed and learn about your products is to attend the FREE WebSphere Support Technical Exchange webcasts. Topics are scheduled throughout the year on many IBM products and different functional areas of each product. But... what if you missed a webcast, or your schedule didn't allow you to call-in for the live webcast? Not a problem. All of the webcasts are recorded and made available for review whenever YOUR schedule permits.
Check out the Support technical exchanges web page to see the list of Scheduled exchanges or to see what you might have missed in the Previous exchanges tab (it's also a great way to review the content if you want to listen again - especially if you were interrupted in the middle of the live webcast).
You can also follow the WSTE program on the WebSphere Support Technical Exchange Facebook page and through Twitter at @IBMWSTE. Both of these are great ways to stay informed of upcoming webcasts.
So, that's what a WSTE is, and how you can use them to learn about your current products, popular support issues, pain points, new functions, and other products that you might want for your business. Oh, and maybe the best part is that these webcasts are delivered by technical experts on the topic, and you can ask questions at the end of the webcast!
As you've probably noticed, this blog entry is tagged with the WSTE keyword. So if you ever need to find this information again, just use the tag-cloud on this blog and type WSTE in the tag cloud search box, or find WSTE in the tag cloud and click it (Note: if you don't see WSTE in the tag cloud, you'll need to use the search method). The WSTE tag will return this entry, and any future entries that we tag with WSTE (maybe some expanded content from WSTEs or perhaps answers to questions that require additional research or time).
Let me know if you have any questions, and check out the links to see what's coming up, or what's available from previous webcasts!