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Rozszerzenie mozliwosci aplikacji biznesowych

Rozszerzenie mozliwosci aplikacji biznesowych






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    Rozszerzenie mozliwosci aplikacji biznesowych Rozszerzenie mozliwosci aplikacji biznesowych Presentation Transcript

    • Rozszerzenie możliwości aplikacjibiznesowych poprzez integracjeRafal Danecki | Solutions Architect | IBM ©2012 IBM Corporation 1
    • Social Networks are part of New Intelligence
    • Agenda■ Open discussion■ Examples ─ECM Integration for IBM Connections ─Social Compliance ─Social Business Intelligence | © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Social Personal Files and Document Libraries Document Libraries Create single version of the truth Enterprise scale Manage Documents Community Files Share with teams Collaborate Relate to a specific community Personal FilesStore my files Share with individuals | © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Example of a Files lifecycle o dt y Ad rar Lib Document Libraries ● Approve final documents ● Manage published versions ● Retain and Archive o d t nity Ad u ● Leverage ECM infrastructure m Com Community Files ● Share with team members ● Generate feedback ● Collaborate ● Develop new versionsPersonal Files● Start with a concept● Create presentation● Create early drafts● Show to select colleagues | © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Connections overview Bookmarks Save, share, and discover bookmarks Blogs Profiles Present your own ideas, and learn from Find the people you need others Files Post and share, documents, Communities presentations, images, and more Work with people who share common roles and expertise Document Libraries Securely manage and collaborate on business documents Wikis Create web content together Home page Activities See whats happening across your social Organize your work and tap your network professional network Social Analytics Forums Discover who and what you don’t know via Exchange ideas with, and benefit from the recommendations expertise of others Micro-blogging Media Gallery Add sizzle by sharing rich media like Photos Reach out for help your social network and Videos Ideation Blogs Create ideas and leverage the crowd to develop them | © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • A Social View of ECM Content● Add ECM Custom Library to Community● Connect to ECM library (CM8 or FileNet)● Interact with ECM content from within a Community © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • ECM Integration Settings in IBM Connections Select preferred view and column sort for the widget. Add your ECM Server URL & choose whether to login with your Connections credentials or different ones. Choose library to associate. | © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Social Content ManagementIBM Connections 3.0.1 integration with IBM ECM  Easily configure your ECM library to access and manage content from within Connections  Display ECM folders and content within a Community  View, edit, check-in, & check-out documents directly to IBM’s ECM repositories via Connections  Select ECM assigned document or item types and edit properties  Prompt users for required metadata, driven from FileNet or IBM Content Manager
    • Value of Connections with ECM integration■ The ability to “publish” social team content to enterprise content repositories where they can be stored, archived, records managed, business processes, etc.■ The ability to scale to handle large volumes of content■ The ability to properly manage large file formats…such as multimedia, video, high resolution images, etc.■ The ability to meet regulatory compliance issues such as retention management■ The ability to include enterprise content in context of a social network | © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Social Compliance | © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Internal Social Business requires rules and regulations Mobile Workforce Faster access to critical ad-hoc information. Risk of exposing core IP through less secured channels Human Resources On-boarding and knowledge sharing are accelerated. Everybody The risk of sharing sensitive or personal Use the communication channel best information becomes greater suited to get the job done. Wikis, Blogs, Forums, IM augment or replace email and create additional burden on data retention requirements Financial staff Using social networks to increase productivity. Breaks “Ethical wall” separation between analysts/brokers and regular staff ©2011 IBM Corporation 12
    • What does Vantage for IBM Connections do?● Content Logging captures content posted by Connections users Conversational Data Non-Conversational Data • Blogs • Activities • Forums • Communities, • Wikis • Profiles, • Bookmarks • Files● Ediscovery ­ Reviewer UI will show content in context of other related items ­ Export to eDiscovery or ECM Platform • Each piece archived individually and • Includes tags to related items © 2011 IBM Corporation 13
    • What does Vantage for IBM Connections do?● Content Inspection ­ Prevent data leaks and abusive language • Use lexicons defined to filter content based on keywords, phrases, and regular expressions • Can be enabled for text content in files ­ Send alerts based on content detected ­ Content rules can be targeted to specific groups● Granular Policy Control ­ Define policies at a global, group or user level to map to compliance or corporate governance standards © 2011 IBM Corporation 14
    • Lexicon keyword match © 2011 IBM Corporation 15
    • Searching under specific content category © 2011 IBM Corporation 16
    • Search results showing lexicon matches=“guarantee” © 2011 IBM Corporation 17
    • Interaction details with lexicon match highlighted © 2011 IBM Corporation 18
    • Ability to Drill Down To Show Context in EmployeePosted Content © 2011 IBM Corporation 19
    • Key competitive advantages● Product Differentiators – Actiance Compliance Solution is purpose built for IBM Connections and Sametime – Direct API Level Integration – Connector to process real-time events using synchronous events generated by Connections – All policy & logging configured in a central Vantage installation – Roadmap alignment● Partnership Differentiators – IBM can sell a complete solution--Customers will be able to buy via Passport – IBM and Actiance have been partners for 5+ years – Executive Level alignment © 2011 IBM Corporation 20
    • Social Business Intelligence © 2011 IBM Corporation 21
    • Social Networks are part of an Organization “I need to easily connect with people who are relevant to the decisions I make.” “I need to better understand the perspectives of my colleagues.” “I need to easily access decision history in order to learn, reference and create best-practices.”
    • The New Promise of BI Inform Business Intelligence Delivering business users the freedom they Engage need and IT the performance, security and reliability they demand. Align Delivering the right information to the right people at Inform the right time Engage Actively exploring, analyzing and using information Align Collective intelligence to share insights and gain alignment
    • Align Why it’s a business imperativeInform ● The best decisions cross over many decision makers, functions, departments, systems andEngage processes. ● Individuals have key insights, knowledge and Align anecdotal evidence critical to effective decisions Requirements ● Collaboration and social networking to form decision networks ● Linking BI to everyday tasks ● Adding business context to information ● Workflow to establish accountabilities and accelerate alignment
    • AlignCollective intelligence to share insights and gain alignment● Capabilities/Features ─ Support for annotations/comments ─ Surface common business terms ─ Visualize data lineage Align ─ Built in collaboration and social networking • Annotations ─ Support for workflows • Common business terms • Collaboration
    • Demo IBM Cognos CollaborationQuarterly Sales Review in Action
    • Business Intelligence + CollaborationComplementary Capabilities
    • Thank you
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