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My Lotusphere Sessions with their official links & descriptions

By Andrew Pollack on 11/20/2007 at 08:41 AM EST

For those of you looking forward to Lotusphere 2008, here's the official summary of my sessions. For those of you not looking forward to this event, or not planning to go -- if you're doing work with Notes and Domino, you're very foolish not to be there this year.

Understanding Security in IBM Lotus Notes and Domino - Gabriella Davis & Andrew Pollack
Secure your environment. The Lotus Notes and Domino product suite offers an extensive array of features which work together to provide a strong, flexible, and manageable platform, secure enough to house your most critical data. Lotus Notes 8 adds even more security choices and features. Understanding what features to implement is as important as understanding how to go about it. In this session, we'll cover everything from ACLs to ECLs, from the CA process to port encryption, server security settings, and most things in between. We'll cover the purpose of each feature, how to use it, and when to use it. Most importantly, we'll give you the context you need to turn all these choices into a comprehensive security model.
Linux for the IBM Lotus Domino Administrator - Andrew Pollack
Linux can be a compelling platform for your Lotus Domino servers. If you're putting off giving it serious attention because you haven't had time to get down with the command line, this is your lucky day. Hosted by a true 'alpha-geek" and long time Lotus Domino guru, this session will give you the specific understanding you need without putting you to sleep. This session is gentle enough for the geek-curious, but has plenty of depth for the hardcore nerd in you. Even if you're not a geek yet, you'll be ready to set up your own Lotus Domino server on Linux by the end of this session so you can sit with the cool kids too -- and you'll get to take those tips with you.
Best Practices for Creating a Secure IBM Lotus Domino Infrastructure - Andrew Pollack
Do you use the same agent signing ID for the most trivial applications as for your most critical ones? Knowing how to do something is only half the battle. Knowing when to do it just as important. True security is about more than ACLs, Reader Names, and Encryption. It's about defining the standards and practices under which your applications will be built and and your servers managed. Learn how to apply development techniques based on risk categories rather than on a negotiation between a junior developer and a business unit manager. Learn how the administrative tools in Lotus Domino can let you safely delegate management tasks without giving away the keys to the kingdom. Protect your team as well as you protect your applications. Whether you're on Lotus Domino 6.x, 7.x, or 8.x this session has something to offer you as an administrator.

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