ISBG is Now NCUG – A Report From Stockolm 

By NCUG | 6/19/19 5:28 PM | Community - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

Now that IBM has sold the entire collaboration portfolio to HCL, we could no longer call ourselves IBM Collaboration User Group (ISBG in Norwegian). And since we now have set ourselves the goal of becoming a user group for the entire Nordic region, it was time for a new name, a new strategy and a new logo.

NCUG Session on Admin Hacks for Users and Your Sanity 

By Keith Brooks | 6/12/19 3:31 PM | Community - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

Aimed at New and Old admins. Focus on the Rooms and Resources database changes we have made over the years and ideas for the future of the template.

The slides of my 2 sessions at NCUG 2019 

By Frank van der Linden | 6/12/19 3:30 PM | Community - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

I had the pleasure to do 2 presentations at NCUG, formerly known as ISBG. It were very technical questions, but was happy that people where brave enough to attend

The Future of Collaboration Solutions Under HCL - Replay and Additional Questions 

By Paul Withers | 6/11/19 8:19 AM | Community - Events / People | Added by Matteo Bisi

A couple of weeks ago we presented an excellent webinar with Uffe Sorensen titled “The Future of Collaboration Solutions Under HCL”. Obviously there were topics that were off-limits until the acquisition closes. But it was useful to see some of the visions and the themes of the Digital Solutions portfolio.

ISBG now NCUG My Session "Why Didn't Anyone Tell Me Notes Could Do That" 

By Keith Brooks | 6/11/19 8:18 AM | Community - Events / People | Added by Matteo Bisi

This session was about how to make your case to get changes pushed through to end users. How to talk to management and other teams to give users a better experience and in turn provide happier customers and fewer support tickets.

3 weeks, 3 countries, 3 roles 

By Martin Pradny | 5/30/19 5:54 AM | Community - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

I should be probably doing some work now, but the last three weeks were quite busy and a short blog post may help me to process all the information I gathered (or I'm just too tired to get any real work done as it looked like that half of Poland is going home for an extended weekend due to public holiday in Germany and I got home at 2AM instead of 11PM).