Following on from successful events in Hobart, Sydney, and Melbourne, ISW is now running our IBM Connections Ignition Breakfast series in Adelaide (22nd Nov), Perth (24th Nov), and Brisbane (1st Dec).
This round table breakfast event has been a great series to date with some fantastic discussions on the REAL business value of Social Business and IBM Connections. I always find it interesting to hear from different organisations about the use cases they have for Connections and how they see the technology improving how they collaborate and work with their colleagues and communities. The session covers what Social Business is all about and outlines a series of use cases that demonstrate real business value. Full of live demo's we find it is a great way to progress people from "So why would I bother?" to "Now I get it!!". We spend some time on how to drive user adoption of Connections within organisations and show an easy path forward.
So if you want to hear about the business value of social software, learn some strategies on driving user adoption, or are in the process of implementing IBM Connections and want to hear about other organisations experiences then please register and join us! We have limited seats so get in quick!
Inform Australia (a.k.a. AusLUG) call for Speaker Abtracts
Wed, Jul 9th 2014 5:08a Adam Brown The awesome team organising Inform Australia 2014 (previously AusLUG) have announced the new dates for the event, being Sept 4th & 5th Sept in Melbourne. This will be the 4th annual event and it is great to have it back in Melbourne for the 2nd time.
Inform recently announced that the event is open now for speakers to submit abstracts. Having been fortunate enough to speak at the previous events I can only encourage everyone to have a go and share your knowledge. Developers, Administrators, [read] Keywords: collaboration
Kudos Boards for IBM Connections Video
Wed, Jan 22nd 2014 2:43a Adam Brown Ok so after announcing Kudos Boards for IBM Connections about 2 weeks ago we have been flooded with questions asking for more..... So here is a video I recorded that demonstrates Kudos Boards in detail. We will be at IBM Connect next week in Orlando (Ped 113) so come see for yourself and give it a go. We would love to hear your ideas, to add to our own long list, on how you think we can make Kudos Boards even better. But for now we are very excited to show of the great work that the Kudos team h [read] Keywords: connections
Kudos Badges Webinar with e-office from The Netherlands
Thu, Apr 18th 2013 8:16a Adam Brown One of our great Kudos Badges partners, e-office from The Netherlands has an upcoming Webinar where they will be discussing how they leverage Kudos Badges to drive user adoption within IBM Connecitons. The host Mark Bouma has been working with a number of our clients implementing Kudos Badges so his experience is sure to be worthwhile.
Here are the details:
Webinar site http://www.e-office.com/eog/nl/website2011.nsf/index/e-officewebinarwednesday#.UW6yyEoSBzc The info for the webinar 8 th of Ma [read] Keywords: collaboration
Kudos Badges is coming to IBM Partnerworld in Las Vegas
Thu, Feb 21st 2013 7:09p Adam Brown Well it seems like we only just got home from IBM Connect and we are heading back to America again on Sunday for the IBM Partnerworld conference. Kudos Badges and ISW has been selected as a finalist for a Beacon Award which is very exciting, and we normally attend the event anyway to network with our Partners and IBMers.
However if you are going to be at Partnerworld and would like to see a first hand demonstration of Kudos Badges for IBM Connections, let me know and I am sure we can find a time [read] Keywords: connections
One last pre IBM Connect thing....Kudos Analytics!
Wed, Jan 23rd 2013 3:42a Adam Brown Well we have had a lot of news to get out before Connect. However as the saying going and there is just one more thing!!! We are pleased to release our latest addition to the Kudos Badges suite.....Kudos Analytics!
We have been working with IBM Connections since very early in the products life and we are ALWAYS asked the same questions from our clients - How many users are doing xy&z? Can you show that trending over time?
With IBM Connections 3 this was always difficult as there was only the [read] Keywords: connections