Risk assessment: It is worth the work!

Imagine that you are sitting on a tree stump in a quiet forest next to a gently running stream. The birds are chirping, squirrels and chipmunks playing, and all seems right with the world. You are in your refuge; the … Read More

Planning for Information Governance

In the business world, the term ‘governance’ typically includes both the rules and the management (e.g. board of directors) that control the operation of a company. The presence of these controls is vitally important to the ongoing success of the organization, … Read More

IBM Connect 2014 Recap

Sherpa Software is just returning from yet another successful IBM Connect show. We’ve been there since the formation of Sherpa back in September of 2000 – and that’s when we had just one product to market.  The shows have changed … Read More

Social Collaboration: What's in your future?

If you haven’t heard of Social Business yet, you’d better listen now. The way you think and do your job may be changing.  There is no longer a need to spend all your time in meetings to gather input, discuss … Read More

IBM Connect 2014 Preview

Wow, we’re already discussing Connect 2014.  Yeah, that last year went fast! It’s that time again where the holidays are over and everyone is getting back into the swing of things. And for us IBM’ers, we are now counting down … Read More

From LotusScript to Java: An Introduction

Overview This is the first part in a series of blog posts that will be targeted to IBM Notes Developers. Specifically, for those who are proficient in LotusScript and who want to learn Java. The Reason for the Series The … Read More