Productivity in the new workplace
Everyone is talking about profound changes in the workplace, but do we really understand what they are?
Social ways of working
Collaborative tools can initiative a shift in the way we communicate and share expertise—as long as employees feel empowered to use them.
New IBM Connections plug-ins
The latest IBM Connections Desktop Plug-Ins offer Microsoft Windows, Office and Outlook users the power of top social collaboration applications.
The scary and amazing future of work
Crowdsourced knowledge, a distributed workforce and behavioral analytics are all becoming norms in the workplace.
Social media with SaaS-based analytics
As customers change the way they search for information, IBM has embraced SaaS-based analytics tools, which help organizations understand the social impact of their products and services.
Kenexa at IBM Connect 2014
The Kenexa World Conference will be part of this year's event in Orlando, with many new learning and networking opportunities.
Build a data driven smarter workforce
Organizations with a competitive edge value employees with the skills to manage and analyze big data.
More than the software
Simply having all the components of a social platform does not guarantee the creation of a social organization.
What next for social business?
Read a patchwork of ideas and insights from industry thought leaders.
Innovation and technology at work
For creative thinking to flourish, it's important to embrace new technologies and processes.
A powerful new tool for your organization
IBM has upped the ante in the API game by making Watson available as a service.
Register now and save
Take action by December 13 to lock in an early bird rate for the January conference.
Open Mobile Alliance and OpenSocial collaborate on social standardization
New specifications will help streamline the experience of using multiple mobile social services.
Build big data muscles
Do future generations have access to education that will hone their ability to understand and analyze big data across disciplines?
Creating the social enterprise
By following a few simple principles, leaders can use social technologies to engage employees and transform organizations.
SoMoClo rapidly gaining attention
The concept of SoMoClo—the convergence of social, mobile and cloud IT infrastructure as a services-based continuum—has infiltrated the C-Suite.
Insights from Information on Demand
User attention is in high demand, which is defining new currencies of engagement and time.
It's all e-commerce now
Why e-commerce is an idea whose time has come and gone.
A blueprint for converting big data into insights and results
Download the latest analytics research from the IBM Institute for Business Value.
Kenexa wins two "Best of Elearning!" awards
Kenexa’s Learning Content Management System (LCMS) and Hot Lava Mobile were voted the best products in their categories.
IBM study: IT critical for business decisions
Today, IT isn't just important to strategy—it plays a major role in how organizations operate and how decisions are made.
Social business is the way ahead
Organizations are investing in employee talents and customer feedback to create more competitive brand identities.
Betting on key social business technologies
A closer look at the four components of the IBM social business platform: social networking, social analytics, social content and social integration.
Data–driven insights on landing your dream job
A Kenexa behavioral scientist uses big data to shed new light on our assumptions about the characteristics needed for certain jobs.
Combining IBM SmartCloud with XPages App Dev
Check out this sample scenario, which uses XPages to extend the capabilities of cloud to meet specific business requirements.
IBM Federal Cloud Innovation Center
IBM is opening a new center in downtown Washington dedicated to demonstrating its secure federal cloud services.
Four ways social data can generate business value
Most businesses have yet to tap into and use social data in a way that explicitly impacts operating performance.
The future of HR
How to build a smarter workforce amid economic challenges and rapid technological advances.
The power of social media analytics
Learn where big social media data comes from and how you can harness it.
Beyond cloud theory and into practice
Get your organization on a cost-effective path to becoming more agile, building successful relationships and realizing better business outcomes in the cloud.
Competitive advantage through exceptional digital experiences
Learn how to create positive brand association and credibility in your marketplace with compelling websites and apps.
State of social business
This Altimeter annual report examines the widening scope of social media in the enterprise.
What can businesses do to retain talent?
A new generation of workers expect companies to endorse collaborative communities, a culture of trust, and easy access to big data.
Start me up, in the open cloud
Open standards make starting a business more accessible and affordable, but they also accelerate innovation, which attracts investors.
What it means to be mobile-ready
The basic principles may seem intuitive—accessibility, security and scalability—but they can pose real challenges for IT organizations.
Why CEOs must become customer experience evangelists
The standard for customer satisfaction is higher than ever—to reach it, most companies will need to upgrade their business applications.
You are what you tweet
IBM researcher Michelle Zhou shows how she can decipher a user's personality based on the word choices and activity patterns in 200 tweets.
Workforce and customer experience assessment
A new tool that provides an instant evaluation of your employee and customer engagement practices.
Digital technology as strategic imperative
A new study by MIT Sloan Management Review and Capgemini Consulting finds that companies must adopt new technologies effectively or face competitive obsolescence.
Two IBM clients—Dollar General and Boston Children's Hospital's OPENPediatrics—are finalists for Constellation Research awards, in recognition of their pioneering technologies.
Submit a proposal for Connect 2014
IBM's top social business event, which will take place from January 26-30 in Orlando, is accepting speaker abstracts until October 25.
The customer experience revolution
Few companies understand the massive disruption that unfettered customer conversations will bring to their industries.
Why cognitive computing will drive research agendas
From nanotechnology to human-computer interfaces, cognitive systems will enable us to address complex challenges that transcend many areas.
Setting up for social
Explore ways to design social information systems that resonate with human behavior.
The dirty little secret about social media
Howard Pyle, head of the IBM Design Lab, argues that common social metrics don't necessarily provide valuable insights or opportunities for new relationships.
These apps can identify in-house experts
New software—like the IBM Expertise Mobile App—make it easy to find out who in a company knows what.
Help employees adopt new ways of working
These 10 tips, IBM Social Business expert Heidi Ambler explains, can transform processes and create sustainable value.
The latest tools from the IBM Customer Experience Lab
Three new technologies, designed to better use social media, mobile and big data, will help organizations capture and act on customer insights.
Solving the problem of viral marketing
Researchers have worked out how to identify the small "seed" group of people who can spread a message across an entire network.
A new era of consumer electronics
By 2015, nearly a trillion Internet-enabled devices—capturing massive amounts of data—will drive more insightful and empowering user experiences.
IBM launches Digital Marketing Network in the cloud
The new solution can syndicate real-time analytics to any marketing service, and help marketers base their outreach efforts on individual buyer behaviors.
For SMBs, social business is a sustainable solution
Small companies are using affordable and environmentally-friendly social channels to craft their messaging for wider and more segmented audiences.
How HR got analytical
Using the free data available through cloud-based analytics solutions, HR professionals are making better decisions and taking more strategic actions.
'Engagement' can be more than a buzz word
Using behavioral science to understand the interactions that happen on social networks can make them easier to facilitate and enhance.
The rising value of knowledge sharing
Watch this webcast to learn how unlocking your organization's expertise can help drive business.
Transforming customer experiences at Southern California Edison
Learn how SCE uses capabilities and processes that better serve customers by staying ahead of what they need.
Mixing media and metadata
VISION Cloud—a new IBM-driven prototype that stores information as objects—is rethinking traditional hierarchical file systems, and making resources easier to search and share.
Social, mobile file management
New file synchronization capabilities make IBM social software ideal for mobile users.
How an IBM team completed an entire book using only IBM Connections.
Millennials and the power of social
How can social media platforms generate more sophisticated solutions to address today's increasingly complex challenges?
2013 US Open: Lessons for IT administrators
The combination of IBM analytics, cloud, mobile and social technologies at the US Open shows how easy it is for IT administrators to use big data to create an experience that users love.
Optimize how you manage metrics
Today's marketing teams must measure, optimize and demonstrate return on their spending decisions, using both software that is up to the task and teams that can use data intelligently.
Addressing a shortage of skilled workers in a global, digital economy
New research indicates that over the next seven years, the need for highly skilled business intelligence workers will dramatically exceed the available workforce.
An organization's culture can stifle enterprise social media
Silos and hierarchies represent power over information, which reduces the value of information sharing and social media.
Collaboration is about behavior
Change ingrained employee habits with an innovative workplace design and an organizational structure that encourages cross-departmental collaboration.
IBM integrates new social and mobile tools
SmartCloud Engage, Connections and Notes have new features for collaboration on multiple platforms.
Social organizations: Flat or hierarchical?
The surprising answer shows that the most effective social businesses may start to look like organizations that long predate modern corporations.
IBM and Boston Children's Hospital to present a new social platform
During the National Pediatric Innovation Summit this September, business, industry, technology and healthcare leaders will meet to exchange ideas and share cutting-edge breakthroughs in pediatric care.
Reinvent the way work works with the leading social platform
See the latest advances in the IBM Platform for Social Business and learn the three things you need from your social, mobile and cloud technologies to increase employee efficiency.
Getting serious about gamification
IBM has partnered with Seriosity Inc., a company that develops products inspired by online games, to study how leaders operate in these realms.
Three trends in knowledge work
This breakdown looks at the value of boring social networks, productive collaboration and the resurrection of knowledge management.
What swarm theory teaches us about teams
When talent and skills easily flow to solve business problems, the process often capitalizes on effective social platforms and an agile culture.
Why is it so important to develop a smarter workforce?
The rise of the social, mobile and independent worker has transformed what employees mean to business success.
Talent on tap
Social organizations are embracing new processes and using social networks to identify future leaders.
How big businesses are getting smart with data
It's a challenge to turn social noise into social intelligence, but companies who are finding signals within big data are gaining a competitive edge.
Big data and the smarter workforce
IBM software crunches employee data and generates insights about which issues to tackle next.
Social customer service builds loyalty
An infographic on how social media has become a game-changing communication channel.
The social business renaissance
Digital connectivity demands a systemic shift in how organizations foster innovation and share knowledge.
Internal social processes come into their own
While studies show Facebook declining in popularity, new social models for the enterprise are taking shape.
Too much big data, too few big ideas
In an era of big data, we know more, but do we analyze less?
Does collaboration bring productivity?
Learn about the kinds of tools that can truly change enterprise processes.
Motivate employees to build a smarter workforce
View a webcast on how to address changing workplace dynamics and improve employee retention.
Adopt social cloud capabilities
Join a webinar on how to drive rapid innovation and accelerate time-to-value for your business.
Actionable insights from social analytics and intelligence
Get a demo of how to transform online data sources into insights, and use them to optimize next actions for business gain.
Deepen customer engagement and drive revenue
Join a webcast that explores the benefits of using self-service channels that adapt to customer needs in near real time.
Creating a social learning environment
This white paper explains how to use social technologies to develop a social learning program that improves employee engagement, reduces attrition and decreases the amount of time employees waste searching for information.
The benefits of employee advocacy
As social businesses become more mainstream, businesses need to look past the external hits and misses of social media marketing and focus internally to unlock sustainable value.
The collaborative economy for corporations
View a slide show on the emerging model of shared ownership for goods and services, and learn how to adapt to this new value chain.
Using business analytics to understand social data
Social data are giving smart companies insights to develop services that anticipate customer needs as they evolve.
Encouraging creativity and productivity
Social business is about more than just gathering information and knowledge—it's about changing your company culture.
With big data, companies can predict your success before your first day on the job
Rudy Karsan, founder of IBM company Kenexa, describes how analytics can accurately pinpoint job candidates with the right skills, who also match a company's culture.
The value of adopting social cloud technologies
Join a webcast on how IBM cloud solutions speed time to market and supplier collaboration for manufacturers.
Will social business remake the economy?
Social media aside, a successful new crop of 'collaborative economy' startups point to a fundamental transformation in traditional business.
Social business needs a culture of open leadership
Open leaders embrace a flat organizational structure and use collaboration tools to build a competitive advantage for their organization.
IBM digital experience software
Learn about new features that support mobile, social, video and analytics capabilities.
When small businesses use cloud and mobile to go global
Cloud-based applications promote mobility, agility and responsiveness; small companies in any location can establish a global presence and provide customers with seamless access to important data.
IBM updates zEnterprise products for cloud, mobile and analytics
Enhancements to these mainframe products will help banking services firms, insurance companies and government agencies take advantage of mobile IT services and cloud applications that improve customer engagement.
Bridging the mobile generation gap
Now that mobile workers make up about 25% of the workforce, IT managers are focusing not just on mobility solutions that promote productivity, but on improving working practices on mobile platforms.
Social business is no longer optional
To stay competitive, leading businesses need senior management teams that are educated and proactive about transforming employee and customer experiences.
Tim Geisert shares an example of creating a smarter workforce
Read a description of the critical steps that improved Cabela's workforce and changed the way the company identifies talent that fits its culture.
An IBM Coffee + Conversation on the business of social
IBM business partners discuss the advantages and impacts that social business tools have on customers and profits.
Join a Smarter Friday Chat on Facebook
On July 26 at 9am EDT, IBM expert Chris Crummey discusses how to provide exceptional digital experiences for customers and employees.
Today's mandate: Design, deliver and support a responsive experience
This webcast provides an introduction to the IBM solutions you can use to develop an application that works across browsers and devices.
How to enhance email with embedded experiences
Sign up for a July 23 webinar that will focus on how to add embedded experiences to Notes, iNotes, or Connections Mail, and give users a huge productivity boost.
Once again, IDC names IBM the leader in social software
The IDC reports that IBM is still at the forefront of the rapidly growing enterprise social software market segment.
Reaching the multitasking consumer on their mobile device
Companies need to build platforms and create experiences that meet the needs of on-the-go customers.
The power of delivering exceptional customer experiences
Social businesses are able to share knowledge more effectively and analyze social content from multiple sources to gain insights. Learn how those things lead to faster innovation, better decisions and a more engaged workforce.
Forrester: File sync and share heats up in the enterprise
Forrester's evaluation of 16 file sync and share platforms places IBM in a leader position.
Social business and the cloud: 5 myths that are hard to eliminate
Few people truly understand cloud technologies or what parts of their business are currently in the cloud.
Good vibes from social networking
According to a report by the IBM Center for Applied Insights, marketers need to connect a customer's social media data, transaction data and other information to understand how to best reach that individual.
IBM's social sentiment index reveals highs and lows at Wimbledon
During this year’s Championships, IBM analyzed 1.4 million tweets that captured excitement, support and frustration around the games—with some surprising results.
Five new social media insights, facts and figures
Jeff Bullas explores the results of the latest GlobalWebindex Study and shares new trends in social media usage and platforms.
The Coworker Network
Research from the Kellogg School of Management highlights how companies can use social networks to learn who knows what.
The advantages of open standards for social business
How the OpenSocial Foundation and W3C are combining forces to describe a social business architecture, and why it can help us make sense of the highly fragmented standards landscape around social practices.
Crowdsourced medical care
Marie Kenerson, chief collaboration and learning officer at Colleagues In Care (CIC), is providing new ways for healthcare professionals from around the globe to connect, collaborate, share best medical practices and develop training programs for healthcare workers in Haiti.
How to explain social business to senior management and coworkers
This infographic defines social business and the strategies that drive it—it's designed to help online community professionals get social business buy-in from peers and leadership.
Engage your customers with exceptional digital experiences
Join a webcast on July 17 to learn better methods for understanding, reaching and relating to customers.
Workshop on social standards
On August 7 and 8, learn about the growing demand for interoperable social standards and help create new software that serves the needs of both users and organizations.
Social media silos could be holding back business results
Our rapidly growing portfolio of social media applications are fragmenting our knowledge, locking us in, reducing business utility and holding back ROI for organizations.
The IBM Global IT Study on Mobile Infrastructure
Read a new report on IT best practices that put mobile first.
Developing a smarter BYOD policy
Updating your BYOD policy can maximize the benefits of multiple device usage within the boundaries of your company's rules.
Are you a social CRM native?
Businesses need to stay laser-focused on what their customers value in social media to reap the full potential of a successful social CRM strategy.
Enterprise social heads for the niches
Social solutions don't have to solve an enterprise-wide communication problem—they can solve problems in specific areas.
Incentives and rewarding in social computing
Social computing—the intersection of social behavior and information systems—is adding complexity to business processes and workforce management. But emerging models of incentive mechanisms could fit into existing business structures, while aligning the interests of employees and organizations.
What happens when senior executives embrace cloud?
For the C-suite, cloud isn’t about computing power—it’s about agility, finding innovative business models and creating new revenue streams.
Social methods that scale
Innovative social business applications need to blend curation, analytics and employee empowerment to make problems easier to solve.
Third wave tech transforming IT
Cloud, social, and mobile tech are changing business as we know it.
Ditch the likes
Social networks may be powerful, but they can also distort businesses' perceptions about their own social collaboration efforts.
Social Business ROI is real
Read a white paper about the proven social patterns that are helping organizations increase revenue, reduce service costs, understand customers and reach employee productivity goals.
Give your users the right cloud and mobile resources
Watch this webcast and learn how to utilize cloud and mobile together to help your social business work more efficiently.
A research summary demystifying social business
Get key insights into how sales processes evolve when social, mobile, cloud and analytics converge.
Social business benefits with Ed Brill
This interview with Ed Brill—IBM Director of Mobile Enterprise Marketing—reveals best practices that can help companies use social tools and work strategies more successfully.
Learn how to design a smarter workforce
A new Kenexa white paper proposes that forward-thinking social businesses can attract talent, retain the very best and open up new channels of communication and collaboration.
IBM to acquire SoftLayer
With SoftLayer, IBM will expand its public cloud infrastructure offerings, helping clients accelerate their adoption of social business applications and other tools.
A new website for the IBM Social Business Toolkit
Check out this new resource—learn to build social applications while keeping up with the latest events and news in the developer community.
Corporations must join the Collaborative Economy
Customers are using social technologies not just to share information, but to buy products and provide services to one another: the most innovative businesses are developing new models that fit into this new value chain.
The power of combining digital and social intelligence
IBM social scientist Thomas Erickson describes the potential for social intelligence to define how we use our digital systems to gather and apply information.
Social business is fast gaining ground across all industries
A new survey from the MIT and Deloitte Social Business Global Executive Study and Research Project found that social business has increased in importance.
What really makes tech stars shine
Top tech employees aren't coding and solving problems in isolation—they're actually the most relationship-focused people in an organization.
Social networking slowly integrating into office life beyond IT and marketing
Businesses are realizing the potential for social tools to enable collaboration between all departments.
New YouTube channel for the IBM Social Business Toolkit
The channel includes guides for using the toolkit, example toolkit applications and demos of social business software features.
IBM pitches analytics for human resource management
New services aim to change the way companies handle employee feedback and evaluation.
Made in IBM Labs
IBM unveils Social Analytics Services to help clients build a smarter workforce.
Smarter commerce starts with smarter experiences
Lessons learned from the IBM Smarter Commerce Global Summit.
Engaging employees through social technologies
See the measurable benefits that Open Insurance, a fictional company based on real business scenarios, attained using IBM Collaboration Solutions.
Secrets to corporate communications success
Join a webcast on May 30 at 10:45am ET to learn about the importance of engaging employees and improving retention of key business messages.
Five checkpoints for building a smarter workforce
Successful organizations need to be able to answer these key questions before they embark on structural and cultural change.
Employee engagement is every leader's imperative
An engaged workforce needs communities driven by social media, along with a continuous program of employee recognition and reward.
Cloud security: It’s not just for IT anymore
Watch a webcast on cloud solutions that meet the security needs of both IT and LOB clients who want to control their information.
Achieving real business value with IBM Connections
This IBM Redbooks Solution Guide provides an overview of Connections 4.0—an integrated, security-rich platform that helps people engage with networks of experts in the context of critical business processes.
How social business can help organizations succeed
CMSWire discusses social business tools and trends in context of the new IBM white paper on patterns in social business.
Why is HR late for social collaboration?
HR could be the missing piece in the digital workplace.
Are you ready for social business?
This Huffington Post article urges businesses to bolster their understanding of how a social organization works—and adopt social tactics faster.
A day in the life of a social sales person
Successful social selling revolves around sales people who have developed strong, influential personal brands.
Social collaboration is in finance's future
Read about the potential value of integrating collaboration capabilities into traditional finance processes and software.
The emergence of the CDO
As social technologies shift responsibilities in the C-suite, a new position is gaining strategic importance: the chief digital officer.
Ray Wang surveys the evolution of social business
Learn how social technologies are changing the future of work in more socially developed businesses.
Telecom’s future is social
Communications service providers have started taking their external social tools and embedding them into core business processes to drive innovation.
Social business spreads across the enterprise
Jeremiah Owyang discusses the results of Altimeter’s social business buyers survey and what they mean for the evolution of corporate organizational models.
Governments that go social foster positive citizen experiences
Larry Bowden writes about the emergence of "Smart Communities" in cities and counties that embrace social technologies.
The social business of strategy dissemination
Research by Professor Charles Galunic of INSEAD uncovers the key role that senior managers play in company strategy development, and shows how middle managers can rethink they way they communicate with teams.
Creating a smarter workforce
Watch a broadcast on how a smarter workforce can help your company bring products and services to market faster, provide higher customer satisfaction and achieve significant competitive differentiation.
A technology revolution for the world of HR
Read a Forbes article about software advances that make talent, skills and compatibility more measurable, taking some of the guesswork out of HR.
Enterprise social networking platforms: think Amazon, not Facebook
Why the next generation of social businesses should borrow key values from Amazon.
Customer stories from OpenStack Summit
Forrester's Dave Bartoletti shares how the open-source cloud is fostering a new era of developer productivity and user experience.
A new OpenNTF education initiative
OpenNTF plans to host regular webinars on various IBM Collaboration Solutions development topics and technologies, such as XPages and IBM Connections.
IBM Connections Content Manager 4.5 deep dive
Take a detailed look at the features and capabilities of Connections Content Manager.
82 percent of CMOs plan to increase their social media use
In this Marketing Profs post, Ethan McCarty explains how CMOs can use social technologies to cultivate a positive voice for their brand.
How big data analytics will fuel a smarter planet
From business to government to education, IBM initiatives aim to bring about a more prosperous era of "smart."
Looking beyond the tweets and likes
Graham Kittle writes about social connectivity as the fabric of productive businesses in the Huffington Post.
How IBM uses social media to sell, sell, sell
Social media can define a company’s message and its products, explains Howard Pyle, IBM’s vice president of digital strategy and the IBM Design Lab.
Cloud and analytics deployments fuel social business
The growth of social business applications is part of an ecosystem of new data management practices.
Big data, trying to build better workers
The New York Times reports on how IBM, Google and multiple start-ups are bringing big data analysis into the field of human resource management.
Six layers of customer engagement
How to handle the increasingly complex digital layers between companies and customers.
New IDC report on the world's leading social software vendors
For the fourth consecutive year, IDC ranked IBM number one in market share for enterprise social software. Read an assessment of the technologies that enable effective social business processes.
XPages: A remedy for the healthcare industry
Watch this month's community webcast to learn how a non-profit healthcare system in Indiana used XPages to significantly improve operational processes.
Social business app development
Alex Homsi, President and CEO of Trilog Group, explains how his company made a social project management application and integrated it with existing business processes.
A friend request from your local convenience store
Social businesses embed social tools, media and practices into their ongoing activities.
Learn what's next for mobile businesses
Impact 2013 is designed for IT and business leaders who want to use mobile, social, cloud and big data to re-imagine their operations, processes and platforms.
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10 ways to get users on the social business bus
Even when you implement social business technology, one thing can still get in the way of realizing its potential: your employees.
The rise of the digital CMO
The Harvard Business Review explains why today's marketing executives must embrace the expertise of digital natives.
All-flash storage opens up new frontiers for enterprises
Huge volumes of business data require new computing capabilities: IBM is investing in flash semiconductor storage to deliver unprecedented performance and economic advantages.
Inside IBM’s social content strategy
Read a Digiday post about the content-centered social strategy at IBM, and how it started.
Are you ready for the quantified enterprise?
Emerging questions about how employees and consumers define an organization's reputation, transparency and trust.
New research highlights that social sharing is driven by ego
Our motivations for sharing links and reading content on social sites could inform social media strategies.
Top 10 steps to social adoption
Sandy Carter shares social business best practices in this new infographic.
Can CIOs be leaders in social media?
MIT Sloan Management Review addresses challenges that executives face when it comes to social media in the enterprise.
The hidden dimension of corporate culture
Business journal McKinsey Quarterly reports on how companies benefit when they encourage employees to both seek and provide help.
How the economy and analytics can drive sales
Researchers at the new IBM Customer Experience Lab are working on the Virtual Closet—a tool to help retailers use big data to understand what's driving customer purchases.
IBM European data center with a new social dimension
The new IBM SmartCloud for Social Business Data Center in Germany aims to provide business leaders with cloud-based social business services.
Stanford Social Innovation Review: 10th anniversary essays
Sixteen essays on how the field of social innovation has evolved and what challenges remain ahead.
Emerging enterprise solutions for mobile
This Wall Street Journal article names the top IT firms providing a broad spectrum of mobile solutions to businesses.
How social and analytics are reinventing the art of HR
Jonathan Ferrar writes about the fundamental shifts in the way companies hunt for talent.
Find revenue in big data in months, not years
This Business Insider article explores how to start generating insights and building predictive models more quickly.
Social media and employee productivity
A new two-year study by Warwick University in the U.K. shows that social media in the workplace is both a useful tool and a productivity booster.
How do you rank the value of social?
Gigaom takes a look at how organizations might measure social participation.
Smarter Commerce and the ‘Demographic of One’
See how leading marketers use customer data and social insights to understand and target individuals.
The CIO: Facilitator of engaging employee experiences
CIOs can play a crucial role in shaping a global, mobile and social workforce.
Reengineering Business Intelligence
Deloitte University Press examines the potential to generate near-real-time business insights by coupling social data with traditional internal and external data sets.
IBM Socializes a Popular Communications Tool: Email
CMSWire discusses how IBM is redefining email as a social business tool that drives knowledge sharing and collaboration.
The evolving role of email in the social workplace
Join a webcast on March 21 for the IBM perspective on how social and mobile technologies are changing the nature of email.
How IBM became a leading social business
In this interview, Ed Brill, author of the new book Opting In, discusses the adoption of social business processes.
Where Linux led, OpenStack will follow
Daniel Frye of IBM explains why IBM has embraced OpenStack, and what it means for the future of cloud services.
Curious about Notes and Domino Social Edition?
Watch a demo and learn about the new features.
IBM Exceptional Web Experience 2013
Learn how to turn your business applications and analytics into personalized web experiences that drive customer loyalty and increase revenue.
Now available: IBM Notes and Domino 9.0 Social Edition
Learn how the latest version of this leading social email solution boosts productivity and speeds social business adoption.
Compete in the Era of "Smart"
See how social businesses are taking the lead in building a Smarter Planet.
Accelerating social business
View an infographic on the value of IBM services and solutions.
App Dev Throwdown: Questionmine for IBM Connections
The Questionmine application for interactive video surveys and webinars can help reveal what customers want.
"Liking" isn't leading
Get the IBM POV on how social technology increases workforce productivity, customer engagement and revenue.
Transform your ability to lead
Learn the benefits of integrating social solutions into all your business processes.
Flexible social cloud collaboration tools
A webinar that covers how social cloud technologies like real-time online document editing, community blogs and file sharing can meet the needs of both IT and line of business clients.
Social collaboration helps IBMers develop patents
Read about the latest IBM research that demonstrates the value of social business.
Social business in the Huffington Post
A recent IBM infographic is featured in the tech section, highlighting the idea that thriving businesses are social by design.
A comprehensive platform for social business
Ray Wang, IBM thought leaders and speakers from organizations like Prudential, Genworth, Czarnowski and Celina Insurance discuss how the right platform for social business can drive competitive advantage.
Listening to the Voices of Social Business
Ethan McCarty discusses the IBM Voices website in this Wired article about the value of the right social business tools.
TedTalk on a universal translator for surgeons
IBM collaboration tools are part of an innovative appraoch to teaching laparoscopic surgery to students around the world.
The role of social business in customer engagement
HR and operations expert China Gorman writes about the uses of social business technology, and how it differs from social media.
IBM Customer Experience Suite
See how multi-channel audience engagement and advanced analytics open up new revenue opportunities and increase customer loyalty.
The IBM platform for social business
Watch a demo of how the latest IBM social business solutions work and add value to an organization.
Explore, analyze and collaborate
Watch a webcast on how to quickly develop an application that provides engaging, personalized customer experiences on desktop, smartphone and tablet browsers.
The rise of social business
Alistair Rennie, IBM Social Business General Manager, discusses the benefits of creating a smarter workforce and delivering exceptional customer experiences.
Conversations with industry innovators
Lenny Liebmann, IT columnist and host, and Irene Greif, Director - IBM Research Center for Social Business, discuss the impact of social business.
Ready for IBM Social Business solution showcase
Connect with IBM Business Partners who have expanded their industry solutions to integrate with IBM technology.
Build a social business with IBM SmartCloud
Try a market leading online collaboration solution for 60 days.
IBM is re-defining the "front office" with Social Networking, Social Analytics, Social Content, and Social Integration.
—OVUM's Richard Edwards
This 4.5 version is a momentum announcement. IBM continues to grow, add functionality to and improve Connections.
—Forrester's Rob Koplowtiz cited in Computer News: IBM to beef up content management, analytics in Connections enterprise social product
IBM Collaboration Solutions Awards 2013
The IBM Collaboration Solutions Awards recognize social business solutions created with IBM software.
...sooner or later, enterprises will have to accept the fact that social media can be utilized for productive and profitable ends.
—UC Strategies: IT and Marketing Experts Pick Trends for 2013
The IBM Connect 2013 keynote presentations and breakout sessions demonstrated that IBM continues to disrupt the prevailing notion of the 'social layer' in the enterprise by integrating social functionality directly into other categories of software, both its own and that of third parties.
—DowBrook – IBM Connects Social
IBM is a vendor to watch for its ability to help organizations of all sizes with social collaboration and human capital management.
—Ventana: IBM Provokes Social Collaboration and Smarter Workforce Revolution
Connected Business blog
Social Business Strategist for IBM Collaboration Solutions Rawn Shah discusses business and technology issues that relate to social business practices and trends.
Reflecting on social business in 2012
Learn about the standout social business trends for 2012 and where it’s headed next.
IDC Worldwide Enterprise Social Software 2011 Vendor Shares report
For the third consecutive year, IDC ranked IBM number one in worldwide market share for enterprise social software.