Guest Blog - Ellen Feaheny: Live Demos - Atlassian JIRA, Confluence, OneDrive/O365, Salesforce, Zendesk in IBM Connections
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Last week, the AppFusions team kicked off an AppSpokes Spring Showcase Webinar series. It was the first of six "SHOW IT (vs. TALK ABOUT IT)" demo webinars to be conducted over 7 consecutive weeks (i.e., the first 3 Thursdays in April and May). See our Twit
Each Webinar shows multiple end-to-end packaged solutions in live demos. AppSpokes is the name of AppFusions' micro-services SaaS technology and architecture running in IBM Bluemix for cloud deployments, as well as it's same-code-base packaged distributions for on-premise deployments (v5.5CR1+).
This week's webinar showed 5 of 20 solutions being released this Spring, with dozens more in our backlog queue. In short, IMO, the integrations put IBM Connections on steroids! In the interest of the "show it vs. talk about it" theme, I will do the same - show (links below will redirect to YouTube and more quicklinks are in the description of the video).
Here's it is - inside IBM Connections:
(If you skip to in the video, it will redirect to YouTube.)
In the coming weeks, the Spring Webinar series will continue on Thursdays at 8AM PT.
The other integrations on the list include SharePoint Online (w/O365), Box (w/O365), Google Drive, Dropbox (w/O365), Weather.com, Asana, GitHub, GitLab, ServiceNow, Wrike, WordPress, Twitter, and maybe others.
About now, I am feeling humbled by, stoked, excited and proud of the very persistent and passionate work by the AppFusions' team. Naturally, I am also feeling very grateful to the many IBMers in the IBM Collaboration Solutions business unit who played a key role in helping bring these deep, powerful, sustained integrations to fruition.
THANK YOU SINCERELY! Let's GO!
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