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[Socialtext Enterprise Wiki -] This morning at Lotusphere - IBM's 15th annual conference for clients and business partners on the current state and future of collaboration - IBM and Socialtext announced plans to integrate the Socialtext wiki with the Lotus .
[The Connections Blog] Lotus Connections 2.0 - more details...: Connections is also adding site wide social search capabilities, ratings, a unified bookmarking experience, integration of Communities with external Wikis (Confluence, SocialText, and Quickr) and Quickr Places, building a network of colleagues in profiles (i.e. friending), and the ability to re-use structured entry types within Activities.
[Inside Lotus] Wikis available - Domino, Connections,: If you don't know, we are moving to a different model, where you can contribute your knowledge to a wiki. Several pilots are going on now that you should check out. Someone suggested calling them Redwikis ...
[Collaborative Thinking] Lotusphere 2008: Social Computing Chess Match: Then, it needs to sell the enterprise on its blog and wiki tools which SharePoint does offer but they are not all that great - to show that point IBM needs to push best of breed options perhaps more aggressively than its own tools (Atlassian and Socialtext for wikis, hopefully we will see blog partners as well emerge). It needs to also sell the tagging piece which Microsoft does not have right now.
[Todd Watson] Mashups for Business, New Lotus Connections: He later led the development of the IBM e-business Web site, and most recently has been responsible for helping drive the strategy and optimization of the IBM Software Group Web presence. His longstanding personal mission at IBM has been to use the Web to drive business effectiveness and efficiencies, and to better serve IBM customers leveraging the unique capabilities of the Internet.
[The Connections Blog] Mike Gotta: What I'm looking for [from Connections at ...: How will IBM use social computing as an insertion strategy to relegates Microsoft's Office SharePoint Server 2007 to collaboration and content management solutions while Lotus Connections becomes the social computing platform for the enterprise? IBM has a window of opportunity between now and the next major release of SharePoint from Microsoft to present its case that social computing is too important to wait and that real business value can be delivered via Connections.
[The Collaboration Blog] Lotusphere Day 1- Part Deux: This new product from Lotus (called Sametime Unified Telephony) tries not to do everything other telephone and IP-PBX vendors are already doing, but rather provides a layer that allows the easy integration of multiple phone systems (from multiple vendors), and to also see awareness information across vendors and even see this on systems external to the enterprise (such as caller ID, on/off hook, or join a meeting).
[The fastforward Blog] Review: Why Buy the Cow?: Bill hints at, as I firmly believe, that we havent even begun to unleash the undiscovered potential of the next, yet-to-be-named-Wiki-Mash-a-Blog-Tag, that might define the rules of the ”new game to be played in this vast field of .
[The Quickr Blog] IBMs Fight to Stop the SharePoint Proliferation: You may think they are coming from behind, but if the product demonstrations that occurred at Lotusphere are any indication, IBM is in the fast lane of Web 2.0 tools and technologies and must have been there for while.
[Ross Mayfield's Weblog] Lotusphere Opening Session: Lotus Connections was the first integrated social software solution for businesss, and Lotus Quickr made it easier for groups to collaborate. In 2008, we have tens of thousand customers who have team rooms and quick places.
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