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IBM has significantly updated the IBM Service Request application this week, with improvements to make this worldwide, consolidated system for submitting technical support requests for all IBM software products even more efficient and useful for our clients. Some changes are refinements our clients have requested, others are new features to improve the efficiency and speed with which IBM resolves support requests.
Check out the complete details at the IBM Electronic Support Blog.
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Have you been following our 2011 Jazz Open Mic Series? We've got a few under our belt now and the response has been enthusiastic.
Tomorrow's Jazz Open Mic is on the ClearCase Synchronizer, with Masa Koinuma, software developer: Rational Software Configuration Management.
To check out all upcoming open mics, please visit our Rational Support Technical Exchange Open Mics & Webcasts document.
Hope to see you there!
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his weekend, we'll be performing some critical maintenance on our systems, and as such, our technical support content will be unavailable for a period of time
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First and foremost: Thank you all!
You've spoken up, told us who you are and where you find value in our social business outlets. You even gave us some actionable comments which we've taken to heart! We've collated your replies and analyzed the results....
And WHAT was it you told us? Well, for starters, you find a lot of value in this here blog. You also told us you find substantial value in our Youtube channel! Less so, and not surprisingly, you find Twitter and Facebook of lesser value. You also specifically asked for more Youtube videos, and to make them version specific. Lastly, you asked us about adding a LinkedIn channel, and pointed out MyNotifications as a great information tool as well.
To date, we've used Twitter and Facebook to signpost high value content (some of which we source directly from MyNotifications), while Youtube and the NFRS dW blog have been home for more rich content creation as well as highlighting the top bits. We'll be continuing in this fashion, but with some slight shifts in how we manage the various channels.
You may have already noticed some of the changes coming down: we'll be focusing more on blogging the really great content, and won't be tweeting/Facbooking so much of the content you can already get by setting up a MyNotifications subscription We still intend to post available releases and fixes to both Twitter and Facebook, as well a sign post some of the other bits of great content coming out of other blogs and communities, we just won't be cultivating those two channels quite as much.
Instead, we are shifting our social business focus to provide much more rich, deep, and valuable content via this blog as well as through our Youtube channel. We have a few projects up our sleeves which we are working behind the scenes to roll out in ways which will prove beneficial for you all.
As for LinkedIn, Rational Software announced our own group a few weeks back. We in Rational Support have begun playing in that space, and encourage you all to do the same. We hope to grow our individual presences there, but also intend to be more involved in the other Rational groups around the site.
Of course we wouldn't have any of this actionable information if you all hadn't provided such great feedback. Thank you, one and all, for telling us how you think we're doing! But this wasn't your last chance to leave feedback: you have opportunities every day to ping us on Twitter, Facebook, or here in the NFRS comments to let us know what you like or dislike, what you want us to change, and of course what you want us to keep doing. We can never get enough feedback! So, thank you all for helping us with our social business survey and thanks in advance for future feedback...
As Kelly would say, you all ROCK!
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