Still finalizing your plans for Connect 2013? We've got a
few sessions that I think will interest you – be sure to add these to your
calendar! These are excellent opportunities for you to pose your questions to
our subject matter and industry experts, along with some IBM ECM customers.
Interested in meeting with ECM executives? We've got you
here to request a meeting with either Doug Hunt, ECM Business Leader, Ken
Bisconti, Vice President ECM Products and Strategy, or Carol Taylor, WW Sales
Leader for Social Content Management.
We also invite you to find us in the exhibit hall at IBM
booth 23 – stop by for a demo of what Social Content Management can do for your
Monday, January 28
11am (Swan Hotel, room 1,2): Genworth Financial, Work Smarter,
Not Harder, presented by Tim Perry, CTO of Genworth Financial
Tuesday, January 29
10am (Swan Hotel, room 9,10): Slumberland Furniture:
Using IBM Software to Deliver Consistently Superior Customer Experiences,
presented by Jamie Page, Director, Slumberland Furniture
11:15am (Swan Hotel, Pelican 1,2): Living Social, Its Not
Just About the Conversations and Topics, a panel discussion of experts,
including Joe Shepley, Doculabs, Larry Hawes, Dow Brook Advisory Services,
Cengiz Satir, IBM, and Steve Studer, IBM
1:30pm (Dolphin Hotel, S. Hemisphere
IV, V): Content & Social Ignites Context: IBM’s Content Platform of
Engagement, presented by Tim Perry, CTO of Genworth Financial, Doug Hunt,
IBM ECM Business Leader, and Ken Bisconti, Vice President of IBM ECM Products
5:30pm (Dolphin Hotel, S.
Hemisphere I): Ignite business performance in real-time with social
collaboration, mobile and content, presented by Ian Story, IBM and Steve
Wednesday, January 30
10am (Swan Hotel, room 4): Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
Corporate Content, presented by Maig Worel, IBM
1:30pm (Swan Hotel, Mockingbird 1,2): Improving your
Information Economics with Complete Lifecycle Governance, presented by Mark
Thursday, January 31
7am (Swan Hotel, Toucan 1): Archiving and de-duplicating Email,
Files, and Social Content, presented by Cengiz Satir, IBM
Stay Social with us during the show #IBMConnect – @IBM_ECM @csatir
We are proud to sponsor an upcoming webinar with AIIM, focusing
on a new vision for our industry and enterprise IT. Join us for free on December
12, 2012 to hear from John Mancini, President of AIIM, discuss the next steps
for organizations and common questions that still remain.
Description of this session from AIIM:
18 months ago, a Task Force of AIIM member companies worked with
Futurist Geoffrey Moore to lay out a new vision for the industry and for
enterprise IT (www.aiim.org/futurehistory).
At the core of this vision was the interplay between Systems of Record (the
legacy systems we all know well, based largely on documents), and the new
emerging Systems of Engagement (built upon consumer, cloud, and social
technologies, based largely on conversations). For many organizations,
- How, exactly, do I
get these consumer and cloud systems to connect with my back-end systems?
- How do I implement social and cloud technologies
in my organization in such a way that I minimize risk?
- How do I allow my employees to use their own
devices to access corporate systems and not lose control?
- How do I connect
enterprise SaaS systems like Salesforce.com with my behind the firewall
AIIM President John Mancini will discuss the practical, next
steps organizations have been taking to make this all come together. Attend
this webinar and learn ways you can answer these questions for your own
a question you'd like to see answered in this webinar? We'll do
our best to include it during the live event.
This webinar is pre-approved for one AIIM Certified Information
Professional (CIP) Certification Maintenance Program credit
Date: December 12,
Time: 12pm PT/3pm
An InformationWeek Live WebCast:
The Myth of Systems of Record vs. Systems of Engagement
Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes
Many business people are familiar with Geoffrey Moore's dichotomy of "systems of record" and "systems of engagement." While this construct is a simple, clear way of categorizing software purpose and functionality, it doesn't reflect reality in most organizations. Every day, workers create business records within email, collaboration, and social networking applications. At the same time, they seek to communicate and work with others within the context of work processes supported by their organizations' back-end systems, including those used to manage content.
In this InformationWeek Webcast, Larry Hawes, principal at Dow Brook Advisory Services, will make the case for digital environments that provide the data and content, as well as the communication and collaboration tools, needed to perform specific tasks, while shielding most workers from the complexity associated with the capture and management of legal business records.
VP and editor in chief of InformationWeek
Principal and Founder,
Dow Brook Advisory Services
Enterprise Content Management,
Business content is easily produced by Microsoft based
desktop productivity tools such as MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Internally, many organizations share and
collaborate on content using MS SharePoint.
As content moves through collaboration cycles, its value to an
organization increases - both for the collaboration team and for its value to
others across the organization.
I’d like to show you how users can leverage IBM ECM today through
collaboration applications like MS SharePoint and how users can leverage MS
desktop productivity and email tools to directly access ECM services.
Attend a live product demonstration of the latest release of Content Collector
for MS SharePoint (formerly known as FileNet Connector for MS SharePoint) and
MS Office direct integration with IBM FileNet Content Manager.
• Stay in the familiar MS Office
environment, while leveraging IBM FileNet Content Manager’s ECM capabilities to
help provide full lifecycle and compliance management.
• Access IBM ECM services directly
through the MS Office 2007 suite of products, providing access to most relevant
ECM features to help user get the daily work done without spending time
learning yet another new application.
Date: December 4, 2012
Time: 9:00 pacific / 12:00 eastern
Panelist: Maig Worel, Consulting IT Specialist - Social Business - IBM ECM NA
Technical SWAT Team
You can register for this event at: http://bit.ly/QuyTLS
A better mobile content experience is here. See it in
action - live.
Improved access, insight and interaction. From nearly
anywhere. That's what you'll get from the latest
addition to the IBM Enterprise Content Management
solution family: IBM Content Navigator.
Attend a live,
online demonstration of IBM Content Navigator to
get a firsthand look at a richer, more collaborative and
mobile content experience. Content Navigator allows
users to access, manage and work with enterprise content
directly from nearly any mobile device, practically
anytime and from virtually anywhere - even across
multiple systems and enterprise content management
Attend this complimentary demo, and you'll learn how
Content Navigator can help you:
- Collaborate from nearly anywhere, any time on
virtually any digital device
- Add photos from mobile devices to business processes
- Find the exact content you need through rapid,
- Establish project teamspaces that streamline
is complimentary, but you must register
Insurers – do you find it difficult to provide quality,
cost-effective customer service to your policyholders and agents? You're not
alone. Many insurers face the same challenges in today's market. Paper-based
processing environments are not conducive to providing high levels of service,
which your policyholders and agents expect. But how can you overcome these
Join IBM and TriTek Solutions for a one-hour webcast on
November 27, 2012 which will cover key points to maximize your investments in
document capture and retrieval solutions. During this session, we will also
share case studies of several successful implementations at both Life and
P&C insurance organizations.
A live Q&A session will be hosted at the end of the
webcast, so bring your questions for our experts!
There is NO COST to attend, but you must register: http://bit.ly/Quva0R
November 27, 2012
10am PT/1pm ET
Hosted by Insurance & Technology
Ready? Forward march! How is your organization preparing?
The battle against paper isn't over yet, my friends, and now there are new
technologies in the mix that are not only increasing your organization's
content, but dispersing it in entirely new ways. How your organization responds
to the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) challenges will affect your employee's
productivity and could either strengthen your business or leave you shaking in
Join IBM at four of this fall's AIIM Boot Camp events to
learn how organizations like yours are outlining their battle plans. Network
with your peers and hear first-hand what works and what doesn't and then meet
with trusted vendors to help you reach those goals.
There's NO COST to attend, just register online:
October 2: Minneapolis,
October 4: Chicago,
October 10: Toronto,
October 16: Washington,
IBM will present some helpful ways to strategize, including
customer case stories about planning a social content management strategy –
should it be directed or viral? – and tackling the never-ending surge of paper.
The IBM FileNet P8 V5.1 information center was updated recently. Updates include:
- Instructions for using an encrypted password with the Content
Engine Bulk Import tool.
- Enhanced query syntax documentation for IBM Content Search Services.
- A new topic, Subscribable and Auditable Events, that enumerates
the Content Engine events that you can subscribe to or audit.
- Descriptions for the columns in the Content Engine database table
For more information on this and earlier updates, see http://ibm.co/tdaVE5
Guest post by Steve Studer Offering Manager - IBM ECM Marketing
Products and Strategy
Observing the success of social networking and content
search tools reminds me of one of my favorite books called "Connections"
Burke. What I find they have common
is that a business' success is very much dependent on content being utilized
meaningful ways, e.g. connecting that content to the right people who can then
leverage the information for multiple purposes. Mr. Burke sites that one of the
biggest catalysts that changed the world was the establishment of the Library
in Venice where every ship arriving to do trade
was asked to provide books that were then reproduced by scribes and made
available to anyone who came to the library of Venice. What I find so fascinating is how the
idea's presented in this book was also adapted into a popular television series
on PBS and is now is electronically available. To me the essence of Social
Collaboration is to connect content to people and processes and to provide
context where Idea's can be freely exchanged. This typifies why IBM
Connections Enterprise Content Edition is so important to business today.
By the way, anyone interested in reading the book or watching the TV series can
for "Connections by James Burke" or View the multi- part
documentary on YouTube or buy the EBook
As James Burke often points out, the library concept expands
knowledge transfer at the same time it can be a great catalyst for change.
Connecting content with people can be the greatest incubator for expanding
abstract ideas. One case in point that happened to me just last week was one of
my colleagues found a WIKI link which I had authored and tagged in IBM's
Internal Connections site. What I found
so interesting was how the person discovered me. I had tagged a document inside the wiki with
meta-data tags for content analytics and social collaboration. I turns out this
person is working with several customers and was looking for an expert on the
topic of Social Content and any presentation materials that could serve as
educational tool for the customer.
Reaching the assets was only small part of her solution to her
challenge. The fundamental piece she
needed was connecting with the right subject matter expert who could help
present these concepts. I'm happy to say
I made her day because she was able to intuitively navigate our internal Social
Content community, locating both the content and expert, literally giving life
to the meaning “context to content and people”.
In closing, as James Burke so brilliantly points out, the
transfer of knowledge is the greatest catalysts for change. Consider what
wonders man has been able to expand upon when the transfer of information
happened at a wind and sails pace and the medium was primarily paper in the
form of books or correspondence. Back
then, the sharing of content and knowledge was rarely done face-to-face because
of the time it took to travel long distances, e.g. weeks, months and many
instances even years. It is unfathomable to me the impact that these new social
tools will have when you consider that connecting content with people on
opposite ends of the world can now be linked at the speed of Ethernet, not to
mention the ability to share that information through multiple social and
mobile content mediums. These new
technologies will definitely contribute to the "The Day the Universe Changed"
or at minimum a Smarter
business creates opportunities as well as challenges. How will you securely
integrate your existing content with blogs and wikis? How do you make the most
of your existing content management systems?
To help you
answer these questions Cengiz Satir spoke with top social business leaders to
discuss these topics and more.
here to download a series of podcasts, including a conversation with
Doculabs on Social Business and Enterprise Content Management. Find out how to
keep users satisfied and your corporate knowledge in-check. And hear what IBM
is doing to help create productive experiences among employees, suppliers,
partners and customers.
getting the most from your social business initiatives?
If you will be attending the AIIM Conference in San Francisco, we would
love to meet with you to discuss your organization's specific needs. Join us
for a roundtable in the Solution
Center at March 21 at 3pm
to discuss how social your business should be. See our session on March 22 at
2pm "The Future is Here: Content-in-Context is IBM Social
Content Management" about how to keep your content social and
"moving" to increase value.
organization creates more social, mobile, and content-centric applications the
amount of content to be shared and managed can be a little scary. Not only do
you need to ensure that the data is available and usable, but you'll need a
solid governance plan and security protocol. But where do you begin?
Satir, program director for IBM Enterprise Content Management believes that
Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is the answer. CMIS
addresses the challenges of content that needs to be shared across repositories
and systems while improving operational efficiencies. He agrees with AIIM
president John Mancini who says "CMIS is a standard whose time has
has written a white paper covering CMIS "Content
Management Interoperability Services, A Social and Content-Centric Wave"
that is available by clicking this
link. In it, you will find information about how to cut costs and enhance
productivity through the use of metadata taken directly from social and mobile
applications. Learn how to avoid reliance on inflexible, proprietary ECM
solutions, as well as using web 2.0 technologies to drive more informed
will be attending the AIIM Conference in San
, we would love to meet with you to discuss
your organization's specific needs. Join us for a roundtable in the Solution Center
at March 21 at 3pm to discuss how
social your business should be. See our session on March 22 at 2pm "The Future is Here: Content-in-Context is IBM Social
" about how to keep your content social and
"moving" to increase value.
If the word "social" brings to mind the teenagers
in your life endlessly Twittering and updating Facebook, you might be hesitant
to tell your employees to go forth and Be Social. But before you imagine a
doom-and-gloom scenario of all of your employees blogging cat pictures,
consider the benefits of social technologies.
Social spaces include – but are not limited to – external
sites like Facebook or LinkedIn. Your organization might be more social than
you think! Consider spaces like Team Rooms, collaboration spaces, or wikis –
those social spaces encourage interaction and generate valuable content and
knowledge. Your organization can collaborate more efficiently – what took
minutes or hours can now take seconds to find using social collaboration tools,
which can be established to share information internally, externally, or both.
But how do I ensure that my organization doesn't end up
with a mire of too many wikis, blogs, etc. and end up losing track of my
content? It's important to formalize a social content strategy, much like
your existing content management strategies. You'll want to be sure that you're
saving the right things at the right time and ensuring that data is properly
stored and managed.
The Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM)
created a white paper called "Managing Social Content – to maximize value and minimize risk" (click the link to download) that is an excellent starting point for any
organization trying to determine "how social should I be?" The paper explores
topics such as the benefits of social business, the growing importance of
recording interactions from social business applications, current models for
social content management, functional requirements for a social content
management system, and more.
If you will be attending the AIIM Conference in San Francisco
, we would
love to meet with you to discuss your organization's specific needs. Join us
for a roundtable in the Solution
at March 21 at 3pm
to discuss how social your business should be. See our session on March 22 at
2pm "The Future is Here: Content-in-Context is IBM Social Content Management
" about how to keep your content social and "moving"
to increase value.
Join us for Content in Motion: ECM UserNet 2012
! You can join a broad spectrum of business,
legal and IT professionals focused on maximizing their content to drive
business results. In addition, industry experts from IBM, its clients and its
important solution provider community will share the latest enterprise content
management (ECM) tools, strategies, methods and success stories.
Content in Motion includes three tracks designed to meet
the needs of seasoned ECM veterans and new recruits alike:
- Acceleration—IT professionals will get their
hands on the latest ECM products from IBM and network with seasoned ECM
- Velocity—Business executives will hear how
analytics, case management and industry-specific solutions are changing
the way companies listen and react to customers.
- Governance—Legal and compliance
professionals will gain a better understanding of how information
lifecycle governance can lower cost and risk.
for these local events at no cost.
We will be in a city near you soon!
More cities coming soon:
- February 29, 2012 - Johannesburg, South Africa
- April 4, 2012 - Columbus, OH
- April 11, 2012 - Long Beach, CA
- April 20, 2012 - Boston, MA
- April 24, 2012 - Chicago, IL
- May 8, 2012 - New York, NY
- May 11, 2012 - Washington, DC
- May 15, 2012 - Albany, NY
- May 22, 2012 - Atlanta, GA
- May 24, 2012 - Portland, OR
- June 7-8, 2012 - Austin, TX
- June 14, 2012 - Toronto, ON
- June 22, 2012 - Vancouver, BC
- coming soon - Minneapolis, MN
Invite your colleagues and join us! With more than 25 years of history, this event excels in helping you
understand how you can use ECM to extract and preserve the value of your content.
HIMSS is only a few days away – have you finished planning
your schedule? IBM has so much to choose from that we hope you'll include us in
your plans! ECM has some fantastic things to offer your organization and we're
proud to demonstrate these abilities to you at pedestals 10 and 13 of the IBM
Solutions for Care Coordination – pedestal 10
Learn how Intelligent Care Delivery Analytics (ICDA) Portal
capabilities can help your organization:
Multi-factorial patient characteristics and risk
factor analysis used to predict disease risk
Comprehensive patient similarity analytics for
treatment comparison and effectiveness across similarity cohorts
Personalized patient/physician matching with
outcomes based predictive modeling
Care services utilization analysis, and
unexpected pattern detection
Packaged to allow standalone use, with a current
Business Intelligence platform or as an integrated capability in IBM’s care
The Advanced Case Management (ACM) team will walk you
through a basic "day in the life" of a Care Coordinator. Beginning
with an "at risk" patient and will demonstrate how a care plan is
created, shared, and how important tasks and updates can be made. Care plan
details include medication updates, adding team members, and making
Discover Clinical and Operational Insights – pedestal
IBM Content and Predictive Analytics for Healthcare (ICPA)
is the first Ready for Watson solution and is synergistic to IBM Case Manager
and IBM Datacap. Together, these offerings help accelerate the delivery of low
cost, accountable care by revealing clinical and operational insights.
Visit pedestal 13 to see demonstrations of three ECM
offerings, ICPA, Datacap and Advanced Case Manager, work together to:
Derive insights for action in ways not
Combine unstructured and structured information
for more informed bossiness intelligence
Support analysis and visualization of
Enable care providers, executives and knowledge
workers to Interact with information
Integrate with other systems like Cognos, Data
Warehouse, MDM and the Healthcare Data Model
Convert paper, fax, and electronic attachments
to digital files
Use Datacap Taskmaster Flex to visually separate
single and multiple page documents
Data is compared against Business Rules to
assure data accuracy
Help clients target preventative care measures
Prepare organizations to Be Ready for Watson
Discover insights for more informed hypothesis
I wanted to share with you some of the
highlights of IBM's presence at the show and offer to arrange a private meeting
with our executives to discuss your priorities and/or set up a custom tour of
our booth. The theme for this year's HIMSS 2012 event is
"Linking People." How do you accomplish that? By redefining value and success in
Join IBM in Las Vegas at HIMSS 2012, Booth #1634. Our team is eager to learn about your
priorities and discuss your personal path to Smarter Healthcare.
In our booth, we will feature a variety of
solution areas including:
Watson in Healthcare
Analytics for Healthcare Solution
Foundations for Digital Hospitals
Management and Governance to Drive Analytics
Patient Engagement Solution
Process Transformational Solutions
Performance Platform Solution
Delivery Coordination Solution
IBM will also demonstrate our strong
commitment to open standards with a demo in the HIMSS 2012 Interoperability
Please be sure to join IBM and our clients
during our many speaking sessions throughout the week!
CHIME CIO Forum: Monday, February 20,
HIT Powered Patient-Centered Medical Home:
The Foundation for Meaningful Connections
Paul Grundy Keynoting
Monday, February 20, 8:00 - 4:00
Unlocking Tomorrow’s Forecast Today:
Driving Healthcare Decisions through Intelligence
Speaker: Cindy L. McKinney and Quimby Kaizer
Location: Marco Polo 706
Monday, February 20, 8:00 - 4:00
Health IT 101: An Introduction to Healthcare
and IT Enabling Technologies
Speakers: Marion J. Ball and Karen J. Ondo ,
FHIMSS Executive Vice President, KLAS Enterprises, LLC
Location: Marco Polo 806
Conference Session: Tuesday, February 21, 11:00 - 12:00
Watson: The Innovative Approach to Business
Speakers: Marty Kohn and Cindy McKinney
Location: Delfino 4002 and 4102
Meet the Expert Session: Tuesday, February 21, 3:00 - 3:30
Clinical and Business Intelligence Knowledge Center
Speaker: Marty Kohn
IBM Booth Presentation: Wednesday, February
22, 4:00 - 4:45
Come celebrate IBM Watson at work one year
later! Join the excitement in IBM booth #1634.
Conference Session: Thursday, February 23,
1:00 – 2:00
eHealth’s Pivotal Role in Healthcare
Transformation; a Global Perspective
Speakers: Sue Hyatt, HYATT DIO, and Lorraine Fernandes, IBM
Location: Marcello 4502
We are happy to arrange some private time
during the conference for a meeting or tour of our IBM booth. To make
arrangements before the show, please contact
me. Please join in the discussion on the Smarter Healthcare Group on LinkedIn, follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/IBMHealthcare #ibmhimss and
view our videos at http://www.youtube.com/ibmhealthcare.