DNUG Pavilion at CeBIT 2006 in HannoverIBM Lotus Solution World 2006
From March 9 to 15, 2006, DNUG will again be present at CeBIT - the world's largest computer and software trade fair.
Since CeBIT 2005 was a great success, we will not only repeat our CeBIT participation in hall 1, but make it much larger this time.
The new dimension - Booth F61:
A spacious, two storied pavilion, located directly opposite the IBM main stand, offers our partners a highly attractive opportunity for presentation including an extensive VIP area and a stand forum as podium for speeches. The chosen hall section directly addresses the software branch and the B2B business.
Visitors will find an aggregated offer of solutions, products and know-how based on the IBM Middleware Lotus Notes/Domino, Lotus Workplace, IBM WebSphere Application Server and IBM WebSphere Portal Server. Thus, members, interested parties and customers can efficiently inform themselves on the competences of the IT service providers in different fields. DNUG´s objective with this project is again to contribute to the business success, transparency and to the maximization of the ROI in end user companies.
The E-Learning Desk provides experience given by projects of the university association Hildesheim/Lüneburg/Oldenburg, the University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld and VR Kreditwerk Hamburg - Schwäbisch Hall AG. It is close to the DNUG's SIG E-Learning.
Furthermore, the participation at CeBIT offers a good opportunity to provide information on activities and services offered by DNUG itself and to discuss objectives, reasons and advantages of a DNUG membership. The DNUG team will be pleased to assist with detailed information on DNUG and our next projects.
The Deutsche Notes User Group (DNUG) is a community of over 1,500 specialists for collaborative IT-systems. Its members are more than 500 companies, IT service providers, universities and individual members. The main focus of DNUG’s work is the exchange of knowledge and experiences on intranet, internet and extranet technologies based on Lotus Domino/Notes, IBM WebSphere and related technologies. The range of services offered by DNUG is completed by topical information from analysts, management experts and software vendors as well as product comparisons.