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IBM Connections statistics 2012


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Adoption of IBM Connections inside the firewall.

Adoption of IBM Connections inside the firewall.

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  • 1. IBM Connections is already at work in IBM Profiles IBM’s internal Profiles hold over 635,000 entries* & serves over 4 million searches per month. It’s the hub of user requests & all applications authentication for IBM. Communities IBM hosts over 85,177 online communities, each with shared resources and discussions. More than 38,422 are private [restricted] communities. Blogs IBM’s blogging platforms host 42,929 blogs, 303,296 entries with 106,736 users and 84,439 tags. Bookmarks IBM’s internal social bookmarking system has 1,370,336 total bookmarks with 3,908,271 tags and with 76% of them publicly shared. Activities IBM’s internal Activities service contains 25,9013 unique activities with 4,169,728 entries and with 556,429 registered, distinct, members. Files IBM’s internal social file sharing & storage service contains 581,081 files, shared 1,501,706 times with 338,903 files added to folders [collections]. Wikis IBM’s internal Connections Wiki platform hosts 672,968 pages viewed 42,993,500 times. Data updated: March 1st, 2011 (* employees & contractors)
  • 2. For more details ...● Read how Connections is delivering business value at Leaseplan & Cemex● See Bayer talk about their social journey and a day in the life at Caterpillar● See IBMs Social Business landing page● Investigate our Social Business software● Consider signing up for a Greenhouse account to explore further● Take a look at The Man Who Should Have Used Connections videos● Read our Social Computing Guidelines● Explore more social bookmarks of other organisations guidelines● See all of my social bookmarks on Connections● Follow me on Twitter!
  • 3. Key White Papers   Story.pdf© 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 4. The future of mail is social: New thinking from IDC  Free report (registration required) from IDC:© 2012 IBM Corporation