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12 Things to Get Your Portal In Production: Part 8 Use Collaborative Tools

From an organization perspective, after getting a decent project manager or scrum master, you need to have a place to share everything about the project.  I personally don’t care if you use IBM Quickr, Microsoft Sharepoint, Confluence Wiki, or eProject.  You just need to get a place to share the following: Documents that are deliverables […]

Lotusphere Opening Session – Demo Highlights

So who doesn’t love a good demo………or two…….or three.  IBM highlighted a lot of new and upcoming features that supports the Social Business Theme.  Here are some highlights: Notes Lotus Notes is incorporating the whole idea of doing more work from within the client.  You can view video, approve tasks from a workflow engine or […]

IBM Refreshes Forms and Post New Quickr Release

IBM continues to enhance and refresh their software product related to Portal and Collaboration.   They have a couple releases coming in the next few days.  Forms is about to release version 4.0 and Quickr has a point release in 8.5.1. Lotus Forms 4.0 I’m a big fan of forms software, especially when it’s paired with […]

Value of Social Software

More and more, I am reading great articles on Social Collaboration within the enterprise.  Not only in tech-driven websites like and but here is a recent article, one of many recently, in about Enterprise Collaboration. In this interview, Jeff Schick of IBM explains some core components of collaboration: knowledge management, process discovery […]

IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 Released

IBM Just released their newest version of Lotus Quickr with some significant enhancements for the J2EE version. My personal opinion is that this is a good enough set of enhancements to consider installing now rather than waiting a bit. IBM’s new version of Lotus Quickr social software that was made available today allows community and […]

Lotus Quickr: Domino vs Java

So this week a number of us worked on a collaboration roadmap.  One part of the roadmap included team collaboration.  The other part is what I would term enterprise social collaboration.  Both have their place and both kinds should be able to work together.  Anyway, the question came up as to which version of Quickr […]

Lotusphere 2010: Quickr Collaboration

I’ll be at Lotusphere all week.  You’ll probably see more posts today because that’s the time IBM reserves for anouncements.  First off from the keynotes is Quickr, They have plans for both the Domino and the J2EE versions. The Quickr J2EE upgrade will be  3X faster. Will features improved Both versions of Quickr will feature […]