Collaboration 2.0 Webinar


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So you think collaboration tools might be valuable for your company but you just aren't sure how they can be used effectively? This short presentation is meant to introduce you to how Collaboration 2.0 tools can be used to effectively address real world business problems...and how you can identify these needs within your company.

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Collaboration 2.0 Webinar

  1. Collaboration 2.0 <ul><li>Louis Richardson WW Sales Executive Lotus Collaborative Doc Services </li></ul>
  2. information <ul><li>it’s all around us </li></ul>
  3. files <ul><li>physical, electronic </li></ul>
  4. systems <ul><li>processes, data warehouses, workflows, procedures </li></ul>
  5. people <ul><li>resources with unlimited potential…and legs </li></ul>
  6. flow of information <ul><li>flowing </li></ul>
  7. flow of information <ul><li>stalled </li></ul>
  8. ideas <ul><li>innovations, where are they </li></ul>
  9. employees <ul><li>waiting to be shared </li></ul>
  10. collecting and storing <ul><li>just bagging them up </li></ul>
  11. using <ul><li>to add light to otherwise dark corners </li></ul>
  12. collaboration <ul><li>what is it…really? </li></ul>
  13. communication <ul><li>speak, listen & respond </li></ul>
  14. content <ul><li>documents, spreadsheets, reports, presentations, multimedia, etc. </li></ul>
  15. community <ul><li>affinity groups, skill sets and shared areas of interests </li></ul>
  16. communication, content & community <ul><li>good places to start your search </li></ul>
  17. aspirins or vitamins <ul><li>which is better? your answer is important </li></ul>
  18. look for the headaches <ul><li>it’s not hard to find them </li></ul>
  19. sharing files and information <ul><li>teams and workgroups </li></ul>
  20. email jail <ul><li>requesting larger quotas, moving a lot of files around </li></ul>
  21. globally dispersed <ul><li>team members all over the place </li></ul>
  22. new players <ul><li>mergers, acquisitions, new resources and skill sets </li></ul>
  23. telecom charges <ul><li>who has the largest bill… and why </li></ul>
  24. large travel budgets <ul><li>meetings, discussions, project reviews, etc. </li></ul>
  25. what can be done? <ul><li>what “aspirins” are available for these headaches </li></ul>
  26. Collaboration 2.0 from Lotus <ul><li>user focused and enterprise ready </li></ul>IBM® Lotus® Connections social software IBM® Lotus® Sametime® real-time collaboration IBM® Lotus® Quickr team collaboration
  27. sharing files and information <ul><li>document libraries, wikis, blogs, team calendars, etc. </li></ul>Lotus Quickr team collaboration
  28. email jail <ul><li>uses links for secure, effective and efficient sharing of information </li></ul>Lotus Quickr team collaboration
  29. globally dispersed <ul><li>social networks, communities of interest, skill sets and expertise </li></ul>Lotus Connections social software
  30. new players <ul><li>who knows who and who knows what </li></ul>Lotus Connections social software
  31. telecom charges <ul><li>instant messaging and unified communications </li></ul>Lotus Sametime real-time collaboration
  32. large travel budgets <ul><li>web meetings and video conferencing </li></ul>Lotus Sametime real-time collaboration
  33. all this…and they are integrated <ul><li>Lotus Quickr, Lotus Connections, Lotus Sametime </li></ul>
  34. start looking <ul><li>find those headaches </li></ul>
  35. you won’t have to search far <ul><li>they are probably all around you </li></ul>
  36. weakest links <ul><li>effective collaboration can help keep it from coming apart </li></ul>
  37. <ul><li>if you need more information </li></ul>
  38. thank you <ul><li>for your time and interest </li></ul>
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