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Lotus Connections - what's new in release 3.0

Lotus Connections - what's new in release 3.0
Creating a new world of possibilities IDC ranked IBM number one in worldwide market share for enterprise social software for the third consecutive year. IBM® Connections is a leading social software platform that can help your organization engage the right people, accelerate innovation and deliver results. This integrated, security-rich platform helps people engage with networks of experts in the context of critical business processes. Now everyone can act with confidence and anticipate and respond to emerging opportunities. IBM Connections deployment options include on premises, hybrid and in the cloud. IBM Connections can help you: Make everything social and bring your brand to every experience. More Less Make everything social and bring your brand to every experience Activity streams provide a list of recent, relevant social and integrated business process activities occurring in your personal network or community. Eliminate guesswork Unlock creativity everywhere View full image Read report

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Creating your own IBM Lotus Connections Wiki client ShowTable of Contents Introduction Most social networks (Twitter, Blogger, etc.) provide Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs to allow users to extend functionality and interact with their content.

ITSM Tools Universe Preview: How aligned are tools vendors to their customers? Home » Featured, Tools » ITSM Tools Universe Preview: How aligned are ITSM tool vendors to their customers? Rebecca Beach has been locked away in ITSM Review labs reviewing technology and crunching numbers for the last few months in preparation for our ITSM Tools Universe research. I am very pleased to say that we’ll be lifting the lid on the research in the next few weeks. In this article I’ll provide a quick preview.