Almost a week afterwards, it looks like it’s now a good time for me to resume my regular blogging activities over here in this blog once again more, as I just returned back from my latest business trip (To London, this time around, to participate in SOMESSO/Headshift’s Social Business Summit) and, where once again, getting … Continue reading The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – Tag, You’re It!
If yesterday I talked about the latest adventures of Molly exploring social software within the enterprise with IBM’s own Lotus Connections, today I thought I would go and check out what "The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections" has been up to lately. After all, it has been a few weeks since the last … Continue reading The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – Innovate or Die
Yesterday, at work, was one of those days where there were not enough hours in the day that would allow you to go through everything you had planned in the morning to achieve during the course of the day. Far too hectic, for sure. But this time around in a good sense. More than anything … Continue reading The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections — Communities: The Driving Force of Enterprise 2.0
Earlier on today, and through various different sources, both inside and outside the firewall, I got alerted by several folks on the latest blog post put together by Andy McAfee on a very thought-provoking, insightful, and dear to my heart, topic, that I thought I would share over here a few more insights on it, … Continue reading The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections — Collaborating Effectively through Wikis
A few days back you would remember how I put together a blog post on the topic of "The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – On the Misuse of Email" where I mentioned a wonderful video clip that one of my fellow IBM colleagues put together detailing the misuse of sending files through … Continue reading The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – On the Business Case for Corporate Blogging
I am sure you would agree with me that Social Computing, and, in particular, social software tools, still have got plenty of different challenges within the enterprise in order to provoke that massive cultural shift most of us have been looking forward to for a long while. One of those challenges has always been trying … Continue reading OpenNTF – Bookmark Viewer for IBM Lotus Connections Dogear
I am not sure whether you may have been listening to the CBC radio show Spark interview I did with Nora Young earlier on this week, and which I have blogged about it over here, but, if you have, you may have noticed I have tried to explain how all along, during all of this … Continue reading The Man Who Should Have Used Lotus Connections – On the Misuse of Email
While everyone is anxiously awaiting for Snow Leopard to hit the shelves (Apples’ latest upgrade to OS X 10) later on today, if not already, my attention is actually elsewhere. For the time being, I am not planning on upgrading till a number of critical applications I use on a daily basis on my MacBook … Continue reading Using IBM Lotus Connections 2.5
Tags: IBM, Lotus Connections, Connections, Lotus Quickr, Quickr, Social Computing, Social Software, Social Media, Social Networking, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Communities, Innovation, iPhone, Gizmodo, Nokia, N95, Ed Brill, Stuart McIntyre, WJS, William Bulkeley, Blog Central, Dogear, Profiles Oh my … what a day! Again, one of those where you wake up in … Continue reading Lotus Quickr and Lotus Connections Now Available for Download!
Tags: IBM, IBM Lotus Connections, Lotus Connections, Connections, Profiles, Communities, Weblogs, Dogear, Social Bookmarks, Activities, Activity Centric Computing, Lotus, Screencasts, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 In the past, you would remember how there have been a number of times where I have … Continue reading IBM Lotus Connections Demo – The Real Thing!