IBM Notes Traveler 2013 and Beyond

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Traveler is the mobile offering for IBM's messaging platform. At our Connect 2014 conference in Orlando Paul Miller and I discussed our 2013 accomplishments and strategy for 2014 for the Traveler …

Traveler is the mobile offering for IBM's messaging platform. At our Connect 2014 conference in Orlando Paul Miller and I discussed our 2013 accomplishments and strategy for 2014 for the Traveler product.

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  • 1. ID600: IBM® Notes® Traveler: 2013 & Beyond Paul Miller, IBM Notes Traveler and IMC Development Manager Saurabh Calla, IBM SmartCloud Notes & Domino Product Manager © 2014 IBM Corporation
  • 2. Please Note IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here. 2
  • 3. Agenda   Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables – Expanded Platforms, Security Enablement, Feature Enhancements IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy & Priorities – Taking IBM Notes Traveler to new heights! – Demos  IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Roadmap  References  Q&A 3
  • 4. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables 4
  • 5. Projected IBM Notes Traveler Roadmap (from Connect 2013) ● ● ● ● ● ● Microsoft® Windows® Phone Support ● WP 7.5 ● WP 8.0 ● Windows RT/Pro IBM i support Domino® 9.0 compatibility Client OS Platform Currency ● Apple® iOS “next” ● Android “next” Server Compatibility (Maintenance): ● Nokia® Symbian^3 ● WM 6.x BlackBerry® 10™ Devices connecting to Traveler via BlackBerry Enterprise Server® 10 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Mobile Device Management (MDM) APIs for on-premises Attachment security policies Sametime online meetings Encrypted mail with Internet users Sync Trash folder Smart forward/reply Cross-application integration Certificate-based authentication ● ● ● ● Android: OS currency and customer requirements Apple iOS – OS currency and customer requirements Windows Phone – OS currency and customer requirements Focus on email/calendar enhancements IBM Notes Traveler 9.0 IBM Notes Traveler 9.0 UP2 IBM Notes Traveler 9.0.x MR IBM Notes Traveler Next 1Q2013 5 IBM Notes Traveler 9.0 UP1 2Q2013 4Q2013 1H2014 1Q2015
  • 6. Actual IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables - Windows Phone Support ● WP 7.5 ● WP 8.0 ● Windows RT/Pro - IBM i support - Domino 9.0 compatibility - Client OS Platform Currency ● iOS “next” ● Android “next” - Server Compatibility (Maintenance): ● Nokia Symbian^3 ● WM 6.x - BlackBerry 10 Devices connecting to Traveler through (BES 10) Android Client - On Google Play Windows Phone: - Notes Traveler Account on Nokia WP Devices BB 10.1: - Calendar updates - MDM APIs for on-premises - Attachment security policies - Online Meetings - Cross App Integration (Sametime Meetings) - Meeting Rooms - Out of Office - Prevent Copy (iOS/Android) - Invite conflict notification (Android) - Always BCC (Android) - Customized Mail widget (Android) - Smart Forward/Reply (WP/RT/Pro) MobileIron®: - iOS Companion & To Do Apps - Android Client Day 1 OS Currency - iOS7 - Adaptive Initial Sync - Device Reset via Web Admin - iOS Signed/Urgent (Companion) - Return Receipt (Android) - Encrypted mail with Internet users - Sync Trash folder - Certificate-based authentication Windows Phone Companion: - Domino Encrypted Mail BlackBerry 10.1, 10.2 - Domino Encrypted Mail, To Do - Notes Traveler Account Day 1 OS Currency - Windows 8.1 IBM Notes Traveler 9.0 IBM Notes Traveler 9.0.0.1 IBM Notes Traveler 9.0.1 1Q2013 6 IBM Notes Traveler 9.0 UP1 2Q2013 3Q2013 4Q2013 Delivered (2013 projections), Delivered (2013 additions), Moved to 2014
  • 7. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Windows Phone Account Out of Office Mail Calendar 7 Contacts 1Q Windows Phone 7.5, 7.8, 8.0 2Q Notes Traveler Account on Nokia WP devices 3Q Online Meetings in Calendar Events 4Q Smart Forward/Smart Reply 4Q WP Companion App: Domino Encrypted Mail Out of Office
  • 8. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Windows Phone - Companion IBM Notes Traveler Companion for Windows Phone   Domino Encrypted Mail for Windows Phone 8 Traveler Companion provides users the ability to read, compose, reply to, and forward Domino encrypted mail messages directly on their Windows Phone 8 device Messages sent from Traveler Companion can be sent either encrypted or unencrypted
  • 9. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Windows Phone - Companion 1. Encrypted message received in Mail, press view this message. 9 2. Companion prompts the user for the Notes ID password. 3. Encrypted content is displayed in Companion.
  • 10. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Windows 8 RT/Pro Tablets 1Q 3Q 4Q Mail Calendar 10 Contacts Windows 8 RT/Pro Tablets Online Meetings in Calendar Events Smart Forward/Smart Reply Windows 8.1 RT/Pro (day 1)
  • 11. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables BlackBerry 10 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q BlackBerry 10 10.1 Calendar Updates BB10 in SmartCloud 10.2 Domino Encrypted, Signed Mail Out of Office Mail 11 Contacts Calendar
  • 12. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Blackberry 10 – Domino Encryption for Mail Encrypted Signed 12
  • 13. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS 3Q 3Q 3Q 3Q 4Q Calendar: Fixes, Repeating Meetings Edit, Online Meetings & Meeting Rooms in Calendar Events, Out of Office Attachment Security Policies MobileIron Integration iOS7 (Day 1) Mail: Prevent Copy, Encrypted Signed and Urgent Calendar Fixes:   Repeating Update notice sent instead of reschedule when chair makes a change on the device that does not effect date or time. Update notice sent for removing an attendee, instead of a cancellation. Save for future events:  NTS_AS_ALLOW_MEETING_SP LIT=true   13 Notes.ini setting to allow save for future: Then "Save for future events" is allowed, creates a separate new meeting. Looks the same on the device and Notes client but you manage the meetings separately. “Save for this event only” works without issue as in the past.
  • 14. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Meeting Information  14 Online Meetings: Appended to Body (read only)  Meeting Rooms: Appended to Location or Body field (read only)
  • 15. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Out of Office  Out of Office (OOO)  15 OOO service recommended on mail servers OOO user activated via Companion
  • 16. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Prevent Copy Apple iOS Mail 16 Traveler Companion Prevent Copy
  • 17. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Selective Attachment Download Multiple Accounts 17 Attachment Auto Download Setting Selective Attachment Download
  • 18. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Enhanced Contact Info Recipient List Enhancements:  Show/Hide  Details 18
  • 19. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Attachment Security View Only OR Approved Apps Only Step 1: Traveler administrator enables a policy to only allow built-in viewers or approved applications to access attachments 19
  • 20. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Attachment Security View Only OR Approved Apps Only Step 2: Traveler Administrator collects list of applications, imports list into Traveler Admin * Application list based on unique application identifiers * Apple Configuration Utility reports app identifiers 20
  • 21. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Attachment Security View Only OR Approved Apps Only Step 3: Notes Traveler administrator defines list of Approved Applications for attachment handling If no applications are defined, only built-in viewers are allowed 21
  • 22. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Attachment Security View Only Apple Mail Inbox: No Attachments 22 iOS Viewer file types: Office, RTF, PDF, Images, iWork, Text, CSV Traveler Companion: Built in viewer, data never leaves Companion
  • 23. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables iOS – Attachment Security Approve Apps Only 23 Open In menu will display all possible apps (no way to suppress individual apps from the list) If user selects an app that is not approved, Open In operation fails with message
  • 24. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables MobileIron Integration Automatic App Provisioning  Secure Application Containers     Enforce critical security policies such as data encryption. Cannot allow files or data to leak out of the application to 3rd parties. Be able to lock a user out of the application or wipe the application data if security compliance of the device or app changes. Provide application and data access only to authorized users. Preferably the same authorization is shared across multiple business applications implementing the same container on the device.   Ease deployment of applications by allowing the administrator to specify connection settings or other app specific configuration values Reduces time user needs to perform app setup Reduces help desk calls from frustrated users that have input incorrect connection information Controlling Application Server Access    24 Only allow authorized users using secure devices and applications to access backend services Control access to individual services Tie device and application management into service access
  • 25. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables MobileIron Integration Mail, Calendar, Contacts  Integration with Apple iOS native mail application is unchanged  Continued support for data sync via MobileIron Exchange profiles Traveler Companion & Traveler ToDo ● Previously, Traveler Companion and Traveler ToDo could not access Notes Traveler server via the MI Sentry ● With 9.0.0.1, these apps now support the MobleIron AppConnect and AppTunnel features ● Dual mode application, supports both managed and unmanaged modes ● Requires installation of MobileIron Mobile@Work app 25
  • 26. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables MobileIron Integration App Connect Security App authorization Administrator can set a passcode policy for the application versus device wide  User must enter app passcode before app can be used  Passcode strength and timeout period is configurable  Option to block app if “out of contact” for 'n' days Data sharing controls  Attachments can either be viewed in app only or only shared with whitelisted apps  Clipboard data only shared with AppConnect apps Application data wipe  Notes Traveler Companion and ToDo wipe all local data when application wipe command is received via MobileIron administrator  Options to wipe data after 'n' failed access attempts  Option to wipe data after “out of contact” for 'n' days  26
  • 27. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android 2Q 3Q 3Q 4Q 4Q Client on Google Play Calendar: Online Meetings, Invite Conflict Notification, Out of Office Mail: Customizable Mail Widget, Always BCC, Prevent Copy Attachment Security Policies MobileIron Integration Return Receipt App Provision via Airwatch       27 Removes requirement to check “Allow installation of apps from sources other than Google Play Store” Aligns with expected Android app update process Improves likelihood of users running latest maintenance Google Play updated in conjunction with Traveler server updates Compatible with Traveler servers running 8.5.3.3 or higher (includes 8.5.3 UP1, UP2) Only surfaces features supported by the server version with which it is connecting
  • 28. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Meeting Conflicts Meeting Conflict Notification  When an invitation arrives, and that meeting has a conflict with an existing meeting, the new “Conflicts” section will be shown  “Conflicts” also shows on the calendar entry when viewed in the details view. Online Meetings:  Appended to Body (read only) 28
  • 29. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – OOO and Widget Updates Out of Office 29 Customizable Mail Widget 1. Pick Folder 2. Folder Name top of Widget
  • 30. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Always BCC Myself Always BCC Myself  When checked, each composed email will blind copy the sender. “Other Mail preferences” and can be set from the server admin.  30
  • 31. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Prevent Copy Reply to a message 31 Prevent Copy Compose new message
  • 32. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Attachment Security Approved Apps Only Step 1: Traveler administrator enables a policy to only allow approved applications to access attachments 32
  • 33. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Attachment Security Approved Apps Only Step 2: Traveler Administrator collects list of applications, imports list into Traveler Admin * Application list based on unique application identifiers* Android – new application inventory capability in Notes Traveler 33
  • 34. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Attachment Security Approved Apps Only Step 3: Notes Traveler administrator defines list of Approved Applications for attachment handling 34
  • 35. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Attachment Security Approve Apps Only 1. User clicks on attachment in email. If Approved apps installed, user selects which app to use to view the file. 2. Only viewers defined by the administrator as Approved Apps are considered for handling. *Allows for disconnected viewing/handling of attachments * 35 Attachment Security Android - Approved Apps Only
  • 36. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Android – Mobile Iron Integration AppConnect for Notes Traveler Android  Notes Traveler app wrapped by AppConnect security  Common application passcode (no need for device passcode)  All communications with Traveler server now via MobileIron Sentry using AppTunnel  App username, Traveler server provisioning now possible using MobileIron VSP config  Supports attachment controls – only AppConnect applications can open attachment data. MI provides an office files viewer (ThinkFree)  Controls to prohibit app access to screen capture, camera, gallery and media player  Supports Wipe, Lock, Retire operations all from MI console ** Available via Mobile Iron download site ** 36
  • 37. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables MDM APIs       37 New server side administration application interfaces available HTTP REST based, Administrator role access required Based on the same interfaces that are used by the Notes Traveler web based administration application Query interfaces – Devices – Users – Device security status – Server status and availability Action interfaces – Approve a device – Block a device – Wipe data from a device – Add / Update / Delete approved applications – Delete device and security information PDF Documentation available as Notes Traveler Community article
  • 38. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities 38
  • 39. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities 2014 Mobile PIM Forecast      Volume of smart phones used for enterprise Mail, Calendar, Contacts, To Dos (PIM) will continue to rise. Tablets will outsell laptops. Some enterprises to replace 'traditional' laptops with tablets.   39 E-mail done on mobile devices to outpace e-mail done on desktops. Mobile PIM feature/function expectations to continue to increase. Deployment bar to meet enterprise mobile security requirements will continue to rise. Mobile application containerization and integration with MDM/MAM solutions a must. Mobile demands for Cloud solutions to increase.
  • 40. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Taking IBM Notes Traveler to New Heights!!!!! 1. Break through features and experience!!  Optimized mail search and sorting!  Calendar free time, delegate, counter, & more!  Seamless integration of work and personal mail, calendar, contacts!  Sametime and Connections Integration!  Mail Next experience 2. Mobile Security Requirements Met!!  Fully Containerized Solutions!  Integration with Industry Leading MDM/MAM vendors! 3. Cloud, Cloud, Cloud!!  Same set of Traveler supported mobile devices!  Simultaneous delivery of new features (cloud & on prem)!  Enhanced Security Management! 40
  • 41. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Traveler on iOS Current solution still available for the foreseeable future Solution for those who:  Prefer to not have to deploy and manage additional applications for PIM  Like the iOS provided PIM apps experience  Ok with using Traveler iOS Companion and/or To Dos Target 2014 Enhancements:  Trash Sync  Smart Forward/Reply  Search Mail on Server  Expanded MDM/MAM Integration 41 To Do Companion Mail Calendar Contacts
  • 42. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Traveler on iOS Full Notes Traveler iOS app Solution for those who need/want to move past current implementation limitations:  Security: Fully containerized client  Single App: No bouncing to other apps for common tasks: – Domino Encrypted Mail – Prevent Copy – Out of Office  Calendar: Address Domino incompatibilities with iOS calendar app  Domino specific features not available in on board apps: – Mail: two way draft folder sync, optimized mail search and sort – Calendar: free time search, delegation, to dos integration – Contacts: Domino specific fields & lookups  Cross app integration with Connections & Sametime (Sametime presence, direct Connections actions) Still provide integrated work & personal experience expected by iOS users  Multiple mail, calendar, contacts accounts accessible via a single app 42
  • 43. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Traveler on Android Android Client taken to new heights!! Action Bar & Navigation Drawer Simplified Multi-select 2014 Targeted Enhancements Modernized Phone UI  Optimized Mail Search & Sort Fully Containerized Client  Traveler Contacts App! Features, Features, Features  Trash Sync  Reply State Sync  Search Mail on Server  Smart Forward/Smart Reply  Calendar Free Time, Delegate, Counter  Cross App Integration (ST Presence, Connections) Personal/work integration:  Calendar import/export 43 Folder Slider
  • 44. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Traveler on Android – Others Calendars Import into Traveler Calendar Local Traveler Screen Shots:  44 Color coded GMail Import/Export Calendar
  • 45. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Traveler on Windows Phone Continue to leverage on board Mail, Calendar and Contacts Apps Supplement with Traveler Companion App 2014 Targeted Enhancements  Calendar Chair Actions  Search Mail on Server  Trash Sync  Traveler Companion App – Prevent Copy – Attachment Download Settings – Attachment Security Policies – Recipient Info – TPRs Companion Out of Office Mail Calendar 45 Contacts
  • 46. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Traveler on Windows 8 RT/Pro Tablets Continue to leverage on board Mail, Calendar and Contacts Apps Supplement with Traveler Companion App Mail 2014 Targeted Enhancements  Calendar Chair Actions  Search Mail on Server Calendar  Trash Sync  Traveler Companion App – Prevent Copy – Attachment Download Settings – Recipient Info – TPRs – Attachment Security Policies Contacts 46 Companion
  • 47. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Strategy and Priorities Traveler on BlackBerry 10 Continue to leverage on BB10 Mail, Calendar, Contacts and Remember Apps 2014 Targeted Enhancements: - To Do, Traveler Account (1Q) - Smart Forward/Reply - Prevent Copy - Trash Sync - Outgoing Message Interception Contacts Encrypted Signed 'Balance' Containerization Mail 47 Calendar
  • 48. Recap of IBM Notes Traveler 2013 Deliverables Blackberry 10 – To Dos To Dos  Sync to the Remember app  Two-way synchronization of To Dos with Domino via Traveler  Ability to view, edit, create, delete  Mark To Do complete  View by options: All, Overdue, By Due Date  Ability to search To Dos  To Dos display in the calendar  Ability to work with To Dos Offline Account on the Glass 48
  • 49. Demos !!!! 49
  • 50. IBM Notes Traveler 2014 Roadmap 50
  • 51. IBM Notes Traveler Projected 2014 Roadmap Subject to Change 51
  • 52. Connect 2014 – Mobile Sessions Session Date / Time Location JMP202 Have it Your Way: Customizing and Administering IBM Connections Mobile Sunday, 1:30-3:30 Dolphin, S Hemisphere IV KEY109 IBM Mobile Collaboration Strategy and Advancements for a Mobile World Monday, 2:15-3:15 Dolphin, N Hemisphere A-D ID600 IBM Notes Traveler: 2013 and Beyond Tuesday, 3:00-4:00 Swan, SW 5-6 SWF402 IBM Expertise Mobile App: Stop Searching, Start Finding Tuesday, 3:00-4:00 Swan, SW 1-2 ID304 IBM Sametime 9 Voice and Video Deployment Wednesday, 11:15 -12:15 Dolphin, N Hemisphere D ID401 What's New with IBM Connections Mobile Wednesday, 4:15 - 5:15 Dolphin, S Hemisphere III SHOW401 Taking IBM Sametime Mobile Wednesday, 4:30-6:15 Dolphin, N Hemisphere A-C ID305 IBM Sametime Mobile - Now With Voice and Video! Wednesday, 5:30-6:30 Dolphin, N Hemisphere, A-C ID405 The Power of Files with IBM Connections Wednesday, 5:30-6:30 Dolphin, S Hemisphere II ID611 Mobile Security Roundup ID602 IBM Notes Traveler - Best Practices for Deployment, Maintenance and Support 52 Thursday, 8:30-9:30 Thursday, 11:15-12:15 Dolphin, S Hemisphere IV-V Dolphin, S Hemisphere II
  • 53. References: Notes Traveler Product Documentation  – http://www.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/xpViewCategories.xsp?lookupName=Product%20Documentation Notes Traveler Support FAQ  – http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21450615 Notes Traveler Companion FAQ  – http://www.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Traveler_Companion_FAQ Notes Traveler Support Community  – http://w3.ibm.com/connections/communities/service/html/communityview?communityUuid=6cdeca0436b9-441b-a27a-a82c1eb05a4a Notes Traveler Detailed System Requirements  – https://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27007909 Notes Traveler Recommended Maintenance Levels  – http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24019529 Part Numbers for Fast Search on Passport Advantage  – 53 http://www.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Notes_Traveler_Part_Number_List_for_Fast_Search_on_Passport_Advantage
  • 54. References: Notes Traveler Performance Technote  – http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21568658 Device Roadmap  – http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21577369 Previous Skills Transfer Sessions can be found on L2 Community  – https://w3-connections.ibm.com/communities/service/html/communityview?communityUuid=6cdeca04-36b9441b-a27a-a82c1eb05a4a#fullpageWidgetId=Wffba90bae556_4aaf_abad_3ba1a52d5420 Notes Traveler APARs by Release  – http://www.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Lotus_Notes_Traveler_APAR_listing Notes Traveler Management API Documentation  – http://www.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/IBM_Notes_Traveler_Administration_API Notes Traveler Android client on Google Play Store  – 54 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lotus.sync.traveler
  • 55. Registering for Traveler Notifications http://www.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/How_to_subscribe_to_Notes_Traveler_product_notifications  Customer will get e-mail notifications of Product updates, news etc.  55
  • 56. Capitalize on Innovation with IBM Subscription & Support Access to New Software Innovations at your convenience § § § § Incremental Enhancements Full version and release upgrades Patches and security enhancements Profile-driven download, delivery and electronic notifications Access to 24x7 online & phone technical support § Access to technical experts and support professionals in 140 languages § Diagnostic tools, fixes, forums, self-help, Redbooks, security alerts and technical documentation § Rapid response to severity 1 service requests One year included with your initial IBM Passport Advantage® or IBM Passport Advantage Express® software purchase 56
  • 57. IBM Notes Traveler Services Engagements  Paid services now available on request for IBM Notes Traveler (starting with 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 and later releases) – Full Service ● Design, deploy and maintain Traveler HA solution ● Includes migration of existing environments with minimal impact to users –  57 Workshops – Provide training to customer on various topics ● Migration ● Deployment Scenarios ● Administration ● Additional topics available on request Customers should contact SW Sales or ISSC Sales specialist
  • 58.  Access Connect Online to complete your session surveys using any: – Web or mobile browser – Connect Online kiosk onsite 58
  • 59. Acknowledgements and Disclaimers Availability. References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. The workshops, sessions and materials have been prepared by IBM or the session speakers and reflect their own views. They are provided for informational purposes only, and are neither intended to, nor shall have the effect of being, legal or other guidance or advice to any participant. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this presentation, it is provided AS-IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this presentation or any other materials. Nothing contained in this presentation is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. All customer examples described are presented as illustrations of how those customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics may vary by customer. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2014. All rights reserved.  U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.  IBM, the IBM logo, ibm.com, IBM Notes Domino, IBM SmartCloud, and IBM DB2 are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. If these and other IBM trademarked terms are marked on their first occurrence in this information with a trademark symbol (® or ™), these symbols indicate U.S. registered or common law trademarks owned by IBM at the time this information was published. Such trademarks may also be registered or common law trademarks in other countries. A current list of IBM trademarks is available on the Web at “Copyright and trademark information” at www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml ● BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 are trademarks of BlackBerry Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. ● Microsoft and Windows are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. ● Apple is a trademark of Apple Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. ● Nokia is a trademark of Nokia Corporation in the Unites States, other countries, or both. ● MobileIron is a trademark of MobileIron Corporation in the Unites States, other countries, or both. 59