IBM Sametime Meetings Statistics Utility – installed!

Marlon Machado of IBM posted this entry below  a while ago and we installed it here at a client. It is really painless and works right out of the box without having to jump through hoops or juggle knives while standing on one leg. Give it a try!



Now available: IBM Sametime Meetings Statistics Utility.

Marlon Machado |  June 27 | Tags:  tech-preview sametime statisctics meetings | Comments (0)  |  Visits (336)

We’re proud to announce availability of the new IBM Sametime Meetings Statistics Utility.

The IBM Sametime Meetings Statistics Utility is a server-side enterprise application that is installed on an IBM Sametime Meetings Server. The application samples values for total rooms, active rooms, unused rooms, active users, library count, and library size once a minute and stores the values in a new database table. The application also provides the ability to generate HTML reports based on these values grouped by various time periods (hour, day, month, year).

This is a technology preview for IBM Sametime Meetings version 8.5.2 IFR 1. It is available for download free of charge at IBM developerWorks (here).

via Now available: IBM Sametime Meetings Statistics Utility. (SametimeBlog).

DropBox – I love my DropBox ……

Just got this in the mail this morning:


Hi Victor,

We’ve got some great news for you – we’ve doubled your Dropbox Pro plan! Instead of 101 GB, you now have a healthy 203 GB for the same price! With all this space for your amazing photos, videos, and large files, your Dropbox will never have to go on a diet again.

As an extra thanks, we’d like to let you share a 3 month trial of Dropbox Pro 100 with a friend, colleague, or family member.

I have my various PC’s, laptops, virtual machines, servers and hosted servers set up to share either all or a subset of my DropBox data, now I can throw even more onto to there … I guess my video collection is going there now too, that is the only thing I had been holding back until now. My ISP will loooooooooooooooove me . . . . .