This new job site is dedicated to IT jobs in the social media / social software, collaboration and messaging technology fields. Free for job seekers it is aiming to give IT staff with “social” in their portfolio a place to showcase their skills and search for new opportunities. If happen to not be actively looking it is still a great place to just “park” your resume and see what kind of offers might be out there.
If you are a consultant who is always looking for your next project in the technology field that is experiencing the largest growth of any segment out there – we have allot of staffing comanies waiting for your resume to pop up on their searches.
SSMCJOBS.COM aims to be technology agnostic, so even though this blog of mine is IBM technology centered SSMCJOBS.COM is not. IBM, MS, Socialtext, Alfresco, Jive … the list is long and they are all looking for resources for their next project.
IBM Connections – Michael Sampson’s State of Market Whitepaper
Wed, Nov 19th 2014 9:11a Victor Toal I have met Michael Sampson several times in person over the last few years, I have most of his books and actually suggest them as required reading to clients of mine, sometimes even buying them as gifts to make sure they actually get read. I don’t go as far as testing them on content and make them write essays, but I do discuss the books with them.
Michael just posted a VERY interesting new document that I suggest as an absolute required reading to anybody involved in “social in the [read] Keywords: collaboration
SPNEGO: Map SPNs and Create Combined Keytab Files In One Step
Thu, Nov 13th 2014 11:16a Victor Toal I have been wanting to blog about my SPNEGO install guide for a while but have been just a bit busy lately (my usual excuse). However, I just had to help a client setup SPNEGO for their IBM Connections environment so I decided the time for procrastination is over.
If you look at the IBM documentation, the process to create the SPNEGO keytab files and mapping the correct URLs and Fully Qualified Hostnames of servers to the AD account is rather onerous. IBM documentation will have you create sep [read] Keywords: connections