Louis Richardson 120000HRWE firstname.lastname@example.org | | Tags:  social connections sharepoint social-business | 0 Comments | 2,718 Visits
I had the privilege of giving a session at this year's Lotusphere titled "Getting beyond 'good enough' with SharePoint". The session came about as a result of many of my encounters with companies seeking to become a social business. When I questioned them about what they were doing in the area of "social", they would often respond that they "had SharePoint...and that it was good enough". At each of these encounters I had the opportunity to share with them why SharePoint might not be "good enough" for them...that they deserved more. So I asked for the time at Lotusphere to share this with a larger audience and have posted the session (including the audio overlay) out on Slideshare. It's only 30 minutes long.
I focused on 3 key points:
Mark Heid, Program Director at IBM for Social Analytics Solutions, will be speaking on this topic at the Virtual Enterprise 2.0 event on February 16, 2012. This is a FREE virtual event and registration is a simple process. In addition to Mark's session, scheduled for 1:30 ET, we will have 'Office Hours' with several subject matter experts in the IBM virtual booth session later in the day. I have posted the schedule below.
You can also track the conversation around this event on Twitter using the #e2conf tag. Dion Hinchcliffe from the Dachis Group will be kicking off the event with a keynote on How Analytics and Big Data Are Driving Better Social Business Performance.
So join us! And stop by the exhibitors space to join in our 'Office Hours' conversation.
Luis Benitez 120000JC6S Luis_Benitez@us.ibm.com | | Tags:  documentation best-practices video usage recommendations demo ibm connections onboard | 0 Comments | 2,125 Visits
From the Information Development team:
IBM Connections 3.0.1 has a new getting started experience to interactively guide users through steps for setting up and using IBM Connections. Each step lets you Learn more, Watch video or Do it. Want to see how other people are using IBM Connections to do social business? The new getting started walks you through the same steps others have taken to network with colleagues, join a community, start an activity, and share files.
Two ways to use Getting Started with IBM Connections:
Here's how it looks: