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Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5 is mobile
Lotus Notes Traveler and Lotus iNotes lets you extend collaboration to your mobile employees and keeps them connected with people and information from any location, through the broadest support of mobile devices and tablets.
Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.3 includes numerous enhancements to support the productivity of mobile workers. Lotus Notes Traveler client is now available for Nokia Symbian 3 devices in addition to Nokia S60 third and fifth edition devices as is support for encryption enforcement on Nokia Symbian 3 devices. Additional Traveler enhancements improve usability, performance, and deployment for Android users and include:
The capability to wipe only Lotus Traveler Mail, Calendar, and Contact data from an Apple iOS device is now available. In addition, when using the Name Lookup feature on your mobile device, group names on in your corporate directory will also be returned in the search results.
You are invited to join an Open Mic Webcast on "What's the Latest with Lotus Notes Traveler?" to be held Wednesday, October 12th at 11:00 AM EDT (15:00 UTC or GMT -4) for one hour.
In the first half hour, we will share a presentation discussing Traveler features and functions. The second half of the Webcast will focus on your questions to be answered by a panel of IBM Developer and Support Engineer experts. More details are here.
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The growth in Web-enabled mobile phone usage is revolutionizing the way we use the Internet.
According to an eMarketer forecast, by 2014 an estimated 53.9 percent of mobile phone users in the United States will access the Internet through a mobile browser or application.
IBM WebSphere Portal Mobile Experience V7.0 is available on greenhouse.
That Portal Add-on give you the possibility to easily implement mobile access to your existing WebSphere Portal.That add-on is easy to install via WebSphere Portal Solution Installer.
The Portal Mobile Experience provides you code to quickly extend WebSphere Portal sites to mobile devices that support Webkit (Apple, Android, Blackberry phones)
As supplement of Web Experience Factory, it's a very powerful solution.
POT Solutions Portail Mobiles : "Touch' your Information System ou Comment faire tenir le SI dans le creux de votre main ?" (French)
Date : 4 Novembre 2011Lieu : TEC, Bois Colombes
Audience - Clients
Langue - Français
Horaires - 09:00 à 17:00
Lien pour les inscriptions : http://www-05.ibm.com/fr/events/tec/MCHR-8JXCZX.html
Descriptif - Le monde devient mobile... y êtes vous préparé?
Venez découvrir avec Logica et IBM comment comment tirer partie de votre patrimoine applicatif au travers d'une solution de Mobilité, lors d'un atelier d'1 journée en 2 temps:
- Matin : Enjeux - Stratégie - Approche Projet et Description de l'offre logiciels IBM
- Apres-midi : Offre logiciels IBM (avec démonstrations et exercices pratiques)
- Matin : Tendance et enjeux de la mobilité / Démarche projet / Les solutions IBM / Offre Quick Start Logica-IBM
- Après-midi : Introduction technique Mobile Portal Accelerator (MPA) + demos / Introduction Web Experience Factory + Exercices pratiques
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IBM has long had a vision that the value of social software increases exponentially when people can connect to their social networks at anytime and from anywhere.
The IBM Connections mobile applications is available on the Apple app store. Details about that application are available on that entry of this blog.
But, two business partners have also developed native applications for iPhone : mLinked & iWildfire.
mLinked and mLinked Free are native iPhone applications to communicate with your public or corporate social network based on IBM Lotus Connections.
mLinked Free features
Same features as mLinked pre-configured for Bleedyellow, My DeveloperWorks and Lotus Greenhouse
iWildFire is your feature rich IBM Connections App for iPhone and iPad.
Homepage and Profiles
Bookmarks, Blogs, and Files
Searching and Tags
I strongly encourage to test these applications... They will definitely bring value to your IBM Connections environment.
A shift is occurring in the enterprise. The adoption of mobile devices and social software is rapidly becoming a vital business tool, enabling organizations to transform virtually every part of their business operations from marketing, customer service and sales, to product development and human resources.
Social networking has had a profound effect on society. Couple this with the explosion of mobile devices and new Cloud delivery models, a perfect storm of industry trends is merging that makes this the right time to move from the hands of teens to business.
Consider these facts:
IBM has delivered a new social netorking app.
Available at no charge, the new IBM Connections app works just like the industry-leading IBM social software with added functionality for Google Android smartphones and tablets, Apple iOS devices and BlackBerry smartphones. In addition to the popular File share application, Profiles, and Activities, Blogs and generate-and-vote-on-ideas features, workers can now take photos with their smartphones and upload them directly to Connections. All three apps are available now in the respective apps stores.
Here are links to the mobile apps that support IBM Connections:Android : https://market.android.com/details?id=com.ibm.lotus.connections.mobile&feature=search_result
Apple iOS : http://itunes.apple.com/app/ibm-connections/id450533489?mt=8
BlackBerry : https://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/52232?lang=en
For information about additional mobile platforms supported by IBM including Nokia Symbian, visit http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/category/mobile-wireless/
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