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pwhiltz

I am a Domino Administrator and Developer who has been working with IBM Domino solutions since 1997. I work for an Enterprise Email Migration company and am delving into the realm of Microsoft Exchange now.
pwhiltz has written 68 posts for Domino Diversions

BusyLight – The Answer to Home Office Workers

As I am a person who works in a home office, I am on the phone a lot and in meetings a lot.  Being that I do share my home with four other family members, it is always a challenge for them to know when I am on the phone or not.  One of my … Continue reading

Binary Tree is Growing – Look at our Jobs.

With the ever increasing business, Binary Tree is growing and looking to hire new people. Join the Binary Tree Team! Check out our current openings! Active Directory Consultant Exchange Migration Consultant HR Manager Quality Assurance Engineer – Active Directory/Exchange Quality Assurance Engineer – Lotus/Domino Sales Operations Manager, Technical Partner Management Senior Developer – C#.NET Senior … Continue reading

Binary Tree Seeks Director of Professional Services

Binary Tree is actively seeking for highly experienced qualified candidates for the position of Director of Professional Services. The Director of Professional Services is responsible for leading and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Professional Services organization, which includes oversight for the consulting and architecture team, project management team, and remote migration services team. You … Continue reading

Binary Tree Seeks Senior Financial Analyst

Binary Tree is actively seeking a Senior Financial Analyst. The Senior Financial Analyst will be responsible for partnering with the sales, operations and technology teams to help them measure all aspects of their business for enhanced decision-making and improved profitability. You can see the entire job description at: http://www.binarytree.com/company/careers/senior-financial-analyst.aspx Good luck and tell them Perry … Continue reading

Hiltzy’s BBQ is a Reality

Well after years of practice at home I have decided to undertake a new challenge. My weekends will hopefully be filled with the smells and tastes of BarBeCue. I will be ordering a new smoker from Abe’s Smokers of Roseville, MI (https://abessmokers.com) to the size of a 60 vertices reverse flow smoker. I’ve had the … Continue reading

Director of Professional Services – Binary Tree is Hiring

For the job description visit http://www.binarytree.com/company/careers/director-of-professional-services.aspx

Rob Wunderlich

It is with a heavy heart and a deep sorry I must inform my Fellow Lotus Domino friends, colleagues and followers, that we lost Rob Wunderlich this past Friday. According to News reports Rob was on Wolverine Lake on his boat. I was notified by a friend of both Rob and I. http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130831/METRO02/308310041/1411/METRO02/Police-still-searching-body-Wolverine-Lake

my Blog Posting on Binary Tree’s Web site

My Blog posting on Binary Tree’s Website This blog is one I have written fro Binary Tree regarding what to do with your legacy Domino infrastructure after migrating to Exchange.  See how Binary Tree can help reduce that Domino footprint.  This solution also works with Existing Domino Environments.

SMART Guidance for Consolidating Domino After a Migration

Join me for the SMART Guidance for Consolidating Domino after a Migration to Exchange. What can you do to minimize your legacy Domino footprint after you have moved your users over to Exchange. This webinar is part of Binary Tree’s SMART Guidance series. While this will have a spin for organizations who have left Domino, … Continue reading

Lotus Notes Encryption and Migrations of Email to Exchange

My name is Perry Hiltz. I am a Solutions Architect with Binary Tree. My primary back ground is in Domino Administration and Development and with over 16 years in this field, let explain what I know. In my role as a Solutions Architect, I typically speak with customers and Partners, and get asked questions about … Continue reading