We had another excellent conference here in Anaheim. Even though the locals are complaining about how cold it is, I’m sure all of us from the frozen north enjoyed the warmer weather, and we are glad it “Never Rains in Southern California.” We’ve had good attendance with over 1,200 people on site, an
Want to increase how much you get out of SHARE? Start by increasing how much you get into SHARE. Want to bring more value from SHARE to your company? A great place to start is with your SHARE community.
And it all begins with community settings. No, I’m not talking about SNMP or any other computing
Karla Houlser is a long-time volunteer at SHARE. She is proof that if you work hard enough, it is also possible to hide your achievements most of the time. During the evenings at SHARE, you can find her at the Welcome Desk, which she co-founded and for which she
Community Enablement is a confusing name that generates many questions. The general idea is that SHARE is attempting to provide facilities to foster communities, especially online communities. The goal is for SHARE to become the digital resource for the net-generation as it was for the previous gene
Today, we put the spotlight on SHARE volunteer Justin Bastin. Justin served many good years as Project Officer and Deputy Project Manager for the zNextGen project, before stepping into the role of zNextGen Project Manager after SHARE in Boston. Justin sh