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IBM Connections 6 CR3 released

IBM Connections 6 CR3 now available for download IBM has released “Cumulative Refresh 3”, the latest update to IBM Connections 6. CR3 centers our efforts on streamlining the user experience and providing a more contemporary UI with features focused on usability, engagement, and maintenance. This update allows end users to find their relevant content faster than before, by remembering the last view […]

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Use IBM Docs 2.0 to Edit files in Box

With IBM Docs 2.0 we delivered a new set of APIs that will allow Docs to integrate with 3rd party repositories. This means that Docs can now be installed by customers that may not have Connections deployed. With previous introduction of CCM and ECM integration we started down this path for integration with additional repositories […]

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Introducing the IBM Connections Editor

The new IBM Connections Editor is a companion application to the IBM Connections Mobile application for iOS and Android devices. The IBM Connections Editor is a full-featured mobile editor, which will allow you to take files directly from IBM Connections Files and easily view or edit those files on your mobile device. You can edit […]

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Download the New IBM Connections 5.0 Desktop Plugins

The new IBM Connections Desktop plug-ins for Microsoft Windows have just been released to our app catalog. There’s a couple of things that I would like to call out here. First, IBM Connections 5.0 will be available for download next week. This is the first time that we have released the desktop plugins before the […]

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A Little About IBM Connections 5.0 and File Sync

Now that we have officially announced IBM Connections 5.0 I wanted to take some time and talk about one of the top new features in this release: enterprise file sync and share. Also, if you haven’t seen it yet, check out Suzanne Livingston’s blog from yesterday where she talks about the new external collaboration features […]

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A bit about the new Gallery app in IBM Connections Next

May 21st Connections Launch Event On May 21st the IBM Connections team held an event launching the newest version of IBM Connections. I’m excited to take a deeper dive on the Community Gallery App and the thumbnail preview we’re introducing in IBM Connections Next. The Community Gallery and Files Preview The Gallery App, coming in […]

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Demo: IBM Connections File Sync and Share

By now, you are probably aware that we have updated our social collaboration cloud services and that the latest monthly release of the IBM Connections mobile apps have been posted to the app stores (click here for iOS and here for Android). The big feature this time around for IBM Connections is File Sync which […]

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Watch out: We are updating IBM SmartCloud Connections. Say hello to File Sync!

We have started the process to upgrade our cloud deployment of IBM Connections, IBM’s Enterprise Social Network. As announced here last week, we are updating our social business offerings and this quarter’s release will be the biggest release ever! Interested to learn more? The first step is to register for our webinar in 2 weeks […]

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IBM Connections Mobile Apps Updated – Docs Galore!

We have just released the latest mobile apps for IBM Connections, IBM’s Enterprise Social Network (ESN). I haven’t blogged about the mobile apps lately. However, I’m sure you’ve been up to date thanks to Chris Reckling’s posts. By now, you know that we’ve been releasing monthly updates with new features every month! In this month’s […]

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New Release of IBM Connections Portlets for WebSphere Portal

We’re excited to announce a new release of IBM® Connections Portlets for WebSphere® Portal! What’s new An activity Stream portlet which brings the IBM Connections Activity Stream experience into your Portal pages Enhancements to the Ideation Blog support in the Blogs portlet Support for IBM Connections 4.5 servers WebSphere Portal users can integrate the IBM […]

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