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January 12, 2011

Getting started with Lotus Connections 3

As part of some preparation and research work I’m doing for rolling out a Lotus Connections 3 based collaboration platform, I’ve created a Lotus Connections 3 playlist on YouTube containing the videos IBM have published on their Lotus Information Development Center channel.

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November 10, 2010

What to do in Lotus Connections when an employee leaves?

A question that has been solved a million times already in HR systems is re-appearing but in a slightly different form with Enterprise collaboration systems. What happens when an employee leaves? What happens to all the (open) collaborative content they have created? Bookmarks they have shared? Blog posts they have created? Communities they manage?

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October 11, 2010

QR Codes for real estate marketing

Since the summer I’ve noticed a significant increase in the number of blog posts, YouTube clips, and the like that have been published about QR codes and their use within real estate marketing in the US.

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September 10, 2010

3 ways to Integrate Yammer with your Intranet

Quite a few organisations are using Yammer as a internal collaboration tool, and a fair few are noticing that Yammer is being used even if it’s not “official”. Here are three ways in which you could integrate Yammer into your existing intranet.

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September 6, 2010

Solutions for embedding EmoVotes on any website

EmoVotes are where you “rate” content by selecting your emotional response – such as happy, angry, curious and indifferent. This way of voting and rating content in my experience gives a more honest response than such mechanisms as star ratings and thumbs up/down.

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August 31, 2010

Adding Lotus Connections Profile Search as a search provider in IE8

I’m currently working on ways to integrate features and functions of IBM Lotus Connections with the “traditional” part of an intranet – features such as people/profile search – For those of you in corporate environments running Internet Explorer as your standard browser, you may be interested in adding people search as an alternative search provider.

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