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IBM Connections 3.0.1.1 Available and new Plug-in For Windows

IBM Connections continues to be a hot topic with clients.  This past weekend IBM released the latest version of Connections – 3.0.1.1.  In this latest release, IBM has added support for Redhat EL 6.1, Internet Explorer 9, Firefox 9, and Sametime 8.5.2.  There also lots of fixes included.

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In addition, IBM just uploaded a newer version of their Connections Plug-in for Windows to the Solution Catalog.  The plug-in provides a great way to integrate Connections into your desktop.  It provides the following features:

  • Upload files for personal use or to share with others
  • Upload files to a community or attach them to an Activity
  • Share existing Connections files with other users or with a community
  • Drag and drop files from your desktop to Connections Files or to a community
  • View and manage versions of your files
  • Add comments to files or recommend files
  • Edit and publish local drafts to Connections
  • Pin or follow folders and files for easier tracking
  • View business cards for people and invite them to your network
  • Easily access all Connections features via browser links

Luis Benitez posted the video shown here to YouTube so you can see first hand all that you can do.

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Mark Polly is Perficient's Chief Strategist for Customer Experience Platforms. He works to create great customer, partner, and employee experiences. Mark specializes in web content management, portal, search, CRM, marketing automation, customer service, collaboration, social networks, and more.

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