ECM In Motion
Ranjun Chauhan 2700019ACD email@example.com Tags:  filenet cmod quickr cm8 lotus p8 ecm 1,779 Visits
IBM Lotus Quickr & IBM ECM
Today, we would like to introduce you to a new technical community on developerWorks called, the ECM App Center. The ECM App Center is a technical community that enables our clients to interact with experts (IBMers / ECM Business Partners) and access technical resources (inside and outside of IBM); as they build solutions using the ECM portfolio of products and technologies.
Objectives of the Community
After you join the site, you can ask questions and engage in discussion on message boards and blogs. We have two blogs on the site – one focused on offering technical help and another focused on how ECM can address different use cases. Resources are provided through bookmarks, files, feeds and calendar events. We’ll be conducting community events as we go forward that will give you focused information on different parts of the portfolio, our business partners, or other special topics of interest. Come check it out and let us know what you think!
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Jeff Douglas (Senior Product Manager, Industry Use Cases for IBM Case Management) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read further to learn how the ECM App Center came about
Jeff Douglas (Senior Product Manager, Industry Use Cases for IBM Case Management) was speaking with a colleague about the notion of ‘Information Management’ or ‘Content Management’. They discussed how we typically talk about these concepts using a comprehensive platform; arguing how important ‘Content Management’ is, and then highlighting capabilities that are included with the platform to help achieve ‘Content Management’. “We have the ability to ingest data (of course), a secure place to store it (fine), business processes to help you make use of it (get that), analytics to understand it (cool), and archiving to help you deal with it as it gets old (could use that capability in other walks of life).”
But depending on where you are and what your focus is, these individual capabilities have more or less meaning and significance to you. It is not until you have a specific problem you are trying to solve, or a solution you want to implement; that the value of these individual platform elements (and the platform as a whole) take on real meaning. And hopefully when that occurs, the platform proves to be worth more than the sum of the individual parts.
More often than not, unfortunately, when you start to design or build your solution, the challenges of working with a platform come to the forefront. You are certain that the platform can help you, but understanding how it can help you can be overwhelming. Understanding the individual components and how they might fit into your solution is one challenge; figuring out how to tie them together adds a whole other level. Then you get into the details of actually designing, building, testing and eventually deploying your solution. You have questions – questions that seemingly would have obvious answers for someone who has done this before (if you could just find that person). You wonder if there are assets or resources that will help you deliver the solution faster. You inevitably will require some level of customization to your unique requirements. Hasn’t someone done this type of customization before? Is there some sort of pattern or best practice I should be following to avoid major problems down the road?
That’s what the ECM App Center is all about; a place where experts with experience building solutions using the ECM portfolio of products and technologies come together to collaborate. It’s a place where you can ask questions, have discussions, and look for resources and assets to accelerate your efforts. Overtime, it will become a one-stop shop for you, making it easier for you to navigate the vast ECM ecosystem to get the answers and help you need.
The IBM FileNet P8 5.0.0 Information Center was recently refreshed, including several important updates:
The download document and the updated plugins are available at: https://www-304.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24028602
Holey moley - are your feet tired? My feet are tired. Lotusphere and Connect had so much to offer that I found myself running back and forth -- sessions at the Swan, sessions at the Dolphin, demos in the exhibit hall, lunch at the verrrrrrry end of the long hallway, chatting all night with colleagues and customers and clients - hearing how YOU are all putting your content to work through social applications - it was amazing! Although it does feel good to sit down at a desk again, being here instead of there doesn't keep me from being social - how about you? In addition to our team's social media outlets (here on the blog, natch! and twitter @IBM_ECM), our team is excited about bringing Social Content Management and collaboration to everyone.
Did you miss a session? Tired feet couldn't keep up? Well, lucky for you, LOTS of the Lotusphere sessions are available via Livestream. Don't miss this video of Ken Bisconti, our VP of ECM Products and Strategy (@kbisconti) in a discussion with Tim Perry of Genworth Financial and Jim Engelking of Genus Technologies about what content and communities mean for YOUR business.
Ken also met with some Industry Innovators for a discussion about Social Content Management. Watch him here with John Mancini, President of AIIM (@jmancini77) and find out what it means to be social (hint: it's more than a Twitter account) and how your business should put its content in motion to gain the most value.
We hope that you had a successful Lotusphere and Connect and are as excited as we are about making your business more social and putting your content in motion. Let us know - what was your favorite part of the conference? How can IBM ECM help you meet your Social Business goals?
It’s that time again. IBM is hosting “Putting Content to Work: ECM UserNet 2011." This year’s agenda offers even more than previous events…including 37 breakout sessions in three unique tracks: IT, business and RIM & Legal. You can learn more details about the sessions and agenda at http://www.ibm.com/software/ecm/events/usernet, but some highlights of the day will include:
Register today at: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/ecm/events/usernet/
Mia Winn 270001U2F7 email@example.com 1,738 Visits
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 healthcare.
Join IBM in
In our booth, we will feature a variety of solution areas including:
· IBM Watson in Healthcare
· Predictive Analytics for Healthcare Solution
· IT Foundations for Digital Hospitals
· Information Management and Governance to Drive Analytics
· Innovative Patient Engagement Solution
· Healthcare Analytics Solutions
· Healthcare Process Transformational Solutions
· Integrated Performance Platform Solution
· Analytics for Researchers
· Care Delivery Coordination Solution
· Smarter Commerce Solutions
· Social Business Solutions
IBM will also demonstrate our strong commitment to open standards with a demo in the HIMSS 2012 Interoperability Showcase.
Please be sure to join IBM and our clients during our many speaking sessions throughout the week!
CHIME CIO Forum: Monday, February 20, 11:00-12:00
HIT Powered Patient-Centered Medical Home: The Foundation for Meaningful Connections
Paul Grundy Keynoting
Workshop: 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
Workshop: 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 Intelligence
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
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.
Good attendance at the CMOD related sessions this year. Here is a quick review of the topics covered:
Customer led sessions
IBM led sessions
What topics would you like to see covered at future events?
Will you be attending Lotusphere 2010? We will! Come visit IBM ECM in the IBM area in the Product Showcase at pedestal number 17.
We'll also be scheduling one-on-one meetings to address your individual questions. Meet with our experts and executives during your available time during the show. Interested? Stop by the pedestal during the product showcase hours or email Mia Winn to schedule a meeting in advance.
Don't forget to add our ECM speakers to your Lotusphere agenda!
On Tuesday, January 19 at 10am, Cengiz Satir will be presenting "Collaborative and Web Content Meet ECM" in the SW Mockingbird room. Ken Bisconti, Vice President, Enterprise Content Management Products & Strategy, will be presenting a session "The Intersection of Collaboration and Enterprise Content Management" at 10am on Wednesday, January 20 (location: SW 1-2).
We also suggest these sessions:
Sunday, January 17
4:00pm, “We've Got Collaboration Under Control: IBM Lotus Quickr in Action” presented by John Schumacher and Mustansir (Miki) Banatwala (location: DL S. Hemisphere III)
Monday, January 18
1:00pm, “Maximizing "Linked Value": Integrating and Extending Social Collaboration, IBM Websphere Portal, Real Time Collaboration and ECM” presented by Thomas Schaeck and Miguel Estrada (location: SW 3-4)
2:15pm, "IBM Lotus Web Content Management Technical Deep Dive" presented by Stefan Hepper and Eric Morentin (location: DL S. Hemisphere IV-V)
2:15pm, “IBM Lotus Quickr Domino 8.5 Sneak Preview” presented by David Kajmo and Art Thomas (location: SW 7-10)
5:00pm, “IBM Lotus Quickr Domino 8.5 Sneak Preview” presented by David Kajmo and Art Thomas (location: DL S. Hemisphere III)
Tuesday, January 19
1:30pm, "IBM Lotus Web Content Management Technical Deep Dive" presented by Stefan Hepper and Eric Morentin (location: DL S. Hemisphere IV-V)
Wednesday, January 20
8:30am, “IBM Lotus Quickr Services for J2EE” presented by Marc Pagnier and Jon Brunn location: SW 3-4
Thursday, January 21
8:30am, “IBM Lotus Quickr ECM Integration” presented by Dan McPherson and David Kajmo (location: DL S. Hemisphere II)
See you at the show!
Ranjun Chauhan 2700019ACD firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  email ecm infosphere ediscovery content 1,656 Visits
I wanted to share some resources available to you. At The Archive and eDiscovery Solution Information Center (http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/email/v2r1m1/index.jsp) you can find product information for IBM Content Collector, IBM InfoSphere eDiscovery Manager, and IBM InfoSphere eDiscovery Analyzer. In this version of the information center, you can filter information by product, version, and repository type. In addition, there are four multimedia viewlets for conceptual introduction, including cross-product (showing how eDiscovery Manager and eDiscovery Analyzer work together):
The IBM Content Collector product has a local, installable information center where you can add eDiscovery Manager and eDiscovery Analyzer information via an updater tool.
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 your boots.
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:
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.
Neil Parrott 270000X1HX email@example.com Tags:  cold report_manager cmod ondemand 1,615 Visits
Content Manager OnDemand will be broadly represented at IOD this year. The team and I look forward to seeing you there.
The Expo opens 6pm Sunday Oct 25th and will remain open throughout the event. IBM Content Manager OnDemand will be featured at Booth 806 - in the mini theater, and at a demo pedestal with IBM Content Manager.
IBM Content Manager OnDemand Update
Time: Mon, 26/Oct, 02:45 PM - 03:45 PM
Information about this and other CMOD sessions is available at the IBM Information On Demand 2009 conference website
ODUG (OnDemand Users Group)
The OnDemand User Group is sponsoring an event just for OnDemand users on Thursday, Oct. 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 pm. Greg Felderman will be presenting the OnDemand roadmap and will moderate a Q&A session. The session number is UGM-3882. It will be located in the Jasmine F conference room.
See the ODUG website for more information - http://odusergroup.org/
Many of you have mentioned that you find it difficult to identify the ECM sessions at IOD GC. I have uploaded the tentative list of sessions on slideshare. Take a look! Keep in mind that Early Bird registration ends August 31, so take advantage of the early registration. Go to the conference website to register:
IOD 2009 ECM Specific Breakouts
Himangshu Baruah 2700042VN3 firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  ibm_case_manager ecm acm ibm_bpm impact_2013 1,558 Visits
Guest blog by Michael Green, Offering Lead - Advanced Case Management
IBM BPM is the enterprise class business process engine from IBM. It is designed to choreograph process flows from multiple enterprise applications based on sophisticated business rules enabling discrete process decisions and automated process steps. Inherent in IBM BPM is the idea that a process is an end-to-end system with a known outcome. Case management, on the other hand, is by definition a process flow where the outcome is unknown. While business rules and automated steps are important to case management, case management requires the ability to pick and choose process tasks based on decisions made the by case worker. Nonetheless, there are distinct requirements in case management that demands the sort of process choreography that IBM BPM provides.
While a caseworker may be the ultimate arbiter of the decision making, he or she often requires information found in one or more disparate enterprise applications. Moreover, any changes made to a case file often require an update to those enterprise applications so that the customer or citizen’s file is accurately maintained. IBM Case Manager interfaces with IBM BPM at the design level to enable Case Manager process designers to access the power of IBM BPM process choreography to enable data exchanges. By effectively merging design environments this enables Case based workflows to extend beyond the realm of individual decision makers and leverage the power of the automated process choreography. By combining the two, the flexible task based process capabilities of IBM Case Manager with the automated business rules driven engine of IBM BPM, the full promise of the process efficiencies of Advanced Case Management can be achieved.
Mia Winn 270001U2F7 email@example.com 1,532 Visits
We hope that you had as good of a time at IOD as our team did. There was so much to get excited about, including the winners of our Innovation Awards!
Mia Winn 270001U2F7 firstname.lastname@example.org 1,512 Visits
IBM Connect 2014 is almost here again – are you ready? Now is the time to start planning your schedule (using the Session Preview Tool you can build a plan and save or print it – or even email the info to your colleagues). If you're an ECM practitioner, there's a lot going for you to take advantage of. Below is a list of sessions that you'll want to add to your calendar.
And don't forget to visit the ECM pedestal inside the Solution Expo! As always, our product experts will be on-hand to provide a demo of the latest product updates and help you find exactly what you're looking for to take your content management strategy to the next level: social!
If you are interested in booking a one-on-one meeting with our executives, please act quickly as space is limited. Your request can be submitted directly to your IBM representative, but if you need help please contact me directly email@example.com
I look forward to seeing you there!