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  1. 1. From Lotus Notes toIBMs Platform for Social BusinessMichael Würdemann | World Wide ICS Social Business Consultant
  2. 2. http://www.waccglobal.org/en/20064-communication-and-disaster/603-Tsunami-lessons-for-the-mass-media.html“… the tsunami on 26 December 2004 wasexceptional in its scope. The catastrophe thatcaused the death of 300,000 people becamethe most reported natural disaster in history,prompting millions of news stories and a floodof funding amounting to over US$ 9 billion,according to Reuters. On the other hand, thetsunami coverage brought up issues whichcharacterise the whole field of catastrophecommunication in todays world…”
  3. 3. 5192027304257891312162224374279207101412243372Gen Y Gen X Baby BoomerSocial NetworksMedia Sharing(like YouTube)Microblogging(like Twitter)BlogsWikisRating portals(like yelp)Social BookmarkingNo account% of users with active accountsGeneration Y: born between 1975 and 1992Generation X: born between 1965 and 1974Baby Boomer: born 1964 or beforeSource: IBM Institute for Business Value Analysis, CRM 2011; N=1056
  4. 4. Gartner Sources: Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms, February, 2012; Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Content Management, October 2012; Magic Quadrant forSocial Software in the Workplace, August 2012; Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals, September 2012GartnerMagic Quadrantfor Social Softwarein the Workplace,August 2012Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highestratings. Gartner research publications consist of opinions of Gartners research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties,expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchandiseability or fitness for a particular purpose.GartnerMagic Quadrantfor Business IntelligencePlatforms,February 2012GartnerMagic Quadrantfor Enterprise ContentManagement,October 2012GartnerMagic Quadrantfor Horizontal Portals,September 2012
  5. 5. IBM NOTES AND DOMINO 9.0 SOCIAL EDITION – NOW AVAILABLE!!!Empower the 21st Century WorkforceAccess your existingbusiness applicationsthrough modern web andmobile interfacesMobilize with themarkets mostcomprehensive deviceand platform supportIntegrate, develop anddeploy new businessapplications easier andfaster than everUnleash business creativity andunlock workforce productivitywith a modern, social userinterface
  6. 6. Product Updates
  7. 7. Domino Designer 9.0 Social Edition New Home Page/Welcome experience Server-side JavaScript debugger XPages source editor content assistand hyperlink navigation New XPages properties editorXPages runtime in 9.0 Social Edition Over 100 new XPages tags/controls for mobile, Dojo,REST, application layout and more(XPages Extension Library) Generate XPages notificationsfor Embedded Experiences New Teamroom andDiscussion templates with mobile interface CKEditor 3.6.6.1 with spell checker XPages in Notes client (XpiNC) performanceenhancementsProgrammability New Domino data access REST APIs New calendaring and scheduling APIs
  8. 8. Reduce TCO DBMT: Database Maintenance Tool NSD monitor for Unix Quality-of-Service probe Further SSO improvements via SAML 2.0 supportEnhance security/integration SHA-2 support for encryption Transport Layer Security (TLS) OAUTH credential storeto support Embedded ExperiencesImproved transitions (9.0+) Domino Migration Utilityfor mail/calendar conversion from Exchange Domino patterns for IBM Pure Systems
  9. 9. Under development for 18+ monthsOverarching goals Modern Use of current theming styles Simplification andde-cluttering of interfaces Integrated web experience – Notes Browser Plug-in® Extensibility using the most current and stable web technology Easy-to-use Productivity feature enhancements Easier discovery of capabilities Default settings changes Socially-enabled Live social capabilities in email – “Embedded Experiences” Social extensibility with the OpenSocial® platform Expanded and updated IBM Connections® integrationLeveraging the strength, commitment and clarity of the IBM brand
  10. 10. IBM Connections Content Manager (CCM) provides a rich social content anddocument experience inside IBM Connections Communities CCM is an add-onto IBM Connections Fully integrated socialfeatures, e.g., tags, likes,download count, following Traditional contentmanagement featurese.g. check in/out, approvalrouting, nested folders,document types, full-textand metadata search Fully integratedinto Activity Stream Content management becomesas easy to use as social tools Provides a migration tool for documentsin a Quickr Document Libraryto be moved into CCM
  11. 11. *ViewsNestedfolders Check in / outdocumentsCount and sortby number ofLikes andDownloadsViews*Views**ViewsNestedfoldersTrash can for“soft” deleteCheck in / outdocumentsCount and sortby number ofLikes andDownloads
  12. 12. Breadcrumb trailCreate, re-use,remove tagsLike a documentThreadedcomments, keepingversion contextDocument typeand custommetadata
  13. 13. Draft is onlyavailable to authoror reviewerApproved versionsand current draftsare displayed
  14. 14. Web-based collaborative editors for creating,sharing and collaboratively authoring wordprocessor documents, spreadsheets andpresentations More than editorsthrough a browser Real-time co-editing Author presence awareness Commenting & discussions Word processing,presentation, & spreadsheet Assignment andnotifications Revision management Task management Attention management

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