Posts Tagged ‘lotusphere’

IBM Connect: Engaging Users With Dynamic Forms

Forms represent a really useful tool for the business. All too often, the I see business users want to own and manage more of their site but roadblocks exist. Web based forms represent one common road block where developers do simple work that might be better suited to a trained business user.  IBM released an […]

IBM Connect: The Mobile Experience on Portal & WCM

John Boezeman and Tyler Tribe presented on Mobile in IBM’s Web Experience Platforms (e.g. WebSphere Portal, IBM WCM, and assorted other technologies like web analytics, forms, etc.)  it started out well but Tyler Tribe tended to drone a bit.  We all know what a site needs so get on with it. Fortunately, it got better […]

IBM Connect: The Mobile Experience on Portal & WCM

John Boezeman and Tyler Tribe presented on Mobile in IBM’s Web Experience Platforms (e.g. WebSphere Portal, IBM WCM, and assorted other technologies like web analytics, forms, etc.)  it started out well but Tyler Tribe tended to drone a bit.  We all know what a site needs so get on with it. Fortunately, it got better […]

IBM Connect: IBM’s Social Cloud Strategy

IBM has had a cloud based social product in Lotus Live / IBM SmartCloud for Social Business for several years. It’s had problems with lack of integration and lack of feature parity with it’s Connections sibling.  I’ve heard multiple times this week that those problems are about to be resolved with a “Cloud First” strategy. […]

IBM Connect: IBM's Social Cloud Strategy

IBM has had a cloud based social product in Lotus Live / IBM SmartCloud for Social Business for several years. It’s had problems with lack of integration and lack of feature parity with it’s Connections sibling.  I’ve heard multiple times this week that those problems are about to be resolved with a “Cloud First” strategy. […]

IBMConnect: Driving Web Experience with Digital Analytics and Mktg

I saw an interesting session on how to combine the power of site management, web analytics, and digital marketing.  It was given by: Rob Enright – Strategist Portal Customer Experience Management Daniel Tabor – Product Manager IBM Marketing Center I liked what I saw although I have some serious questions on how the integration works. […]

IBM Connect Keynote Part 2: Smarter Commerce & Web Experience

We are here at IBM’s Connect Conference and IBM has a lot to announce and very specific focus on taking both the Customer Web Experience and the Smarter workforce to the next level.  Here’s part two. First, some stats: Attendance up 10% More than twice the number from Marketing and Communications 57% of CEO believe […]

IBM Connect Keynote Part 2: Smarter Commerce & Web Experience

We are here at IBM’s Connect Conference and IBM has a lot to announce and very specific focus on taking both the Customer Web Experience and the Smarter workforce to the next level.  Here’s part two. First, some stats: Attendance up 10% More than twice the number from Marketing and Communications 57% of CEO believe […]

IBM Connect Keynote Part 1: HitRecord and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Other Keynote Posts: Part 2 Smarter Commerce Part 3 Smarter Workforce and Watson Joseph Gordon-Levitt spoke as the “famous speaker”.  He’s the actor from Looper, Third Rock from the Sun, etc.  He started his open collaborative production company called HitREcord.  Has now screened work at Sundance, South by Southwest, put out anthologies, put out DVD’s, […]

Going to IBM Connect 2013?

Are you one of the thousands who will descend on Orlando, Florida next week to attend IBM Connect 2013?  If you are, then you may have been trying to make sense of all the information IBM has been publishing about the conference.  I know as a business partner, we receive lots of emails on a […]

Mobile Development Best Practices

From Desktops to Mobile and Smart Phones – Lessons Learned This session at Lotusphere 2012 was presented by Usman Memonand focused on lessons learned and best practices many organizations face today when moving to mobile platforms.  Some of the key lessons learned are highlighted here. Development Approaches and Considerations Users are attempting to access your […]

Lotusphere Keynote with Tim Berners Lee, Watson, and Others

So during the keynote this morning they spoke about how Wastson works and how it might have real life applications.  To kick off, the speaker noted how Watson works Understands natural language and human speach Generate probabilities on the correct answers Learns as it goes All this is built on a massively parallel architecture optimized […]

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