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      Date: Tuesday, April 28
      Title: What’s new in IBM Business Process Manager 8.5.6
      Time: 11 am US Eastern


      Process improvement can appear a daunting prospect in an intricate business network, but companies that gain greater visibility into business operations stand to benefit from streamlined operations and reduced costs. IBM Business Process Management (BPM) allows enterprises to discover, document, automate, and continuously improve business processes. 

      Join this webcast to find out about the capabilities in the newest version of IBM Business Process Management and IBM Business Monitor. BPM 8.5.6 has improved Enterprise Quality of Service by introducing new migration facilities, platform management and a variety of architectural and usability improvements. 

      Join this webcast to learn about: 

      • New case management enhancements, including better support for BPM-ECM integrations and the ability to link cases and process instances. 
      • Federated Portal infrastructure, supporting migration and isolation scenarios and allowing businesses to massively scale their BPM environments. 
      • Additional capabilities allowing customers to integrate a mobile UI with their business processes. 

      Date: Tuesday, May 5
      Title: Productivity through Smart Self-Service for IBM MQ and IIB: Delegate and Collaborate
      Time: 12 pm US Eastern


      Modern IT departments are juggling larger workloads each year. Yet if IT is answering all tickets and questions for every project team, bottlenecks are inevitable. These ultimately amount in delayed or cancelled projects. 

      Attend this webcast to learn how to manage an IT ecosystem with an emphasis on visibility, collaboration and delegation, maximizing resource productivity. Position individual users and teams to take actions on their own, eliminating the bottleneck of waiting for a central administrator to make minor changes–all while preserving corporate security policies. 

      You will get tips on how to:

      • Grant users their own virtual environment to view messaging transactions and provide visibility to only what is relevant to their project needs. 
      • Allow users to collaborate by sharing these virtual environments amongst project team members across various middleware technologies. 
      • Quickly and easily configure user permissions to enforce corporate policies within each project and maintain a complete audit trail of user actions.  
      • Gain time by levering all project members in parallel rather than having them wait in a queue.  

      Register today and gain an understanding of how MQ and IIB management can be a secure and user-friendly practice for the entire enterprise, from the target servers to the user desktop. 

      Date: Tuesday, May 12
      Title: Understanding IBM MQ Deployment Choices and Use Cases
      Time: 11 am US Eastern


      Over the last five years, there has been an explosion of choices for deploying IBM MQ and other messaging options. The product structure has changed and more advances have been made in the environments in which MQ is being deployed, such as the cloud and virtualized environments. Learn about the range of choices for deploying IBM MQ capabilities on premises, - in the cloud, or in appliance form factors.

      Join this webcast to gain best practices for selecting the appropriate messaging option for each use case.

      Attend this webcast to learn about:

      • Enterprise messaging and what makes IBM MQ Advanced different
      • Rapid-to-deploy and easy-to-manage IBM MQ Appliance for enterprise and remote deployments
      • MQ Light, which enables developers to build more scalable and responsive applications
      • Supporting cloud deployments with MQ on the Cloud as a Service

      Date: Thursday, May 28
      Title: Secure and optimize the delivery of your mobile applications, APIs, and cloud infrastructure APIs: Learn about the newest enhancements on IBM DataPower Gateways

      Time: 11 am US Eastern


      Learn how a single, converged gateway can help you reduce costs while improving security. Explore the new mobile and cloud capabilities provided by IBM DataPower Gateways that provide additional deployment flexibility and enhanced security of mobile applications. 

      Find out how the modular and extensible gateway platform allows you to secure, integrate, control and optimize a full range of workloads and get best practices to rapidly expand the scope of valuable IT assets to new channels and use cases. 

      In this session, you will learn the unique DataPower firmware’s capabilities to: 

      • Deliver security and integration gateway capabilities on the cloud 
      • Increase the integrity and confidentiality of mobile workloads with enhanced mobile security 
      • Protect against malicious attacks with robust platform security 

      Date: Tuesday, June 2
      Title:Engaging Users with Mobile Apps & Advanced Geo-Spatial Operations
      Time: 12 pm US Eastern


      As customers expect rich geolocation data delivered via their mobile applications, businesses that provide flat information about maps, location details, and area resources can fail to engage customer interest. Attend this webcast to learn how to build geolocation into your mobile app strategy and offer apps that boost engagement and can lead to sales opportunities. 

      Gain insight into best practices that achieve features and apps that provide details much more compelling than pins on a map. Learn to provide end-user experiences with the context that presents every detail about your business and find out about the options for spatial queries provided through Cloudant. Attend this webcast to learn: 

      • How to build mobile apps using spatial queries with results based on bounding polygons, rectangles and circles or ellipses
      • How to leverage nearest-neighbor and predictive path analyses to identify data points nearby or on the path taken by mobile users 
      • A better understanding of the capabilities of Cloudant and how it can enrich geospatial queries