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The IWM (IBM Web Management) site has gone live with all legacy Telelogic downloadables in preparation for the July sunset of supp
Each product version’s specific download links can be found in the technotes titled: “Telelogic <product name> product legacy downloads now located on IBM.com” and available under the corresponding product support download pages on IBM.com.
A complete table listing is also available as a technote at:
Additionally, a single page with a flat list of all products and version packages available can be found here: http
Where do I find the Telelogic downloads on IBM.com?
If you need downloads (product, docs, integrations, patches, release notes) for versions released prior to November, 2008, these will also all be found in the Legacy Download Technote Flashes on IBM.com product support pages, as pointers to the appropriate package locations on IBM.com
If you need Full Product downloads for versions released after November, 2008, these are all found on IBM.com's Software and Services site at: http
If you need documentation for versions released after November, 2008, these are all found on IBM’s Information Center here: http
If you need patch downloads for versions released after November, 2008, these are also all found in the respective IBM product support pages via the “Download” navigation menu item:
You can navigate to these download documents as follows:
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A guest post on Rational Support Bangalore hosted Open Mic sessions by KrishnaKanth Naik:
In this fast paced life, when some thing goes wrong, we often ask: why me? When we look back to see what caused this problem - the answer would be the most logical choice was not done/used. But as life goes on so does work at work.
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We are thrilled to announce that we've just hit a major milestone .... we've recently logged 1 million visits to Notes from Rational Support! Yes, ONE MILLION VISITS!
Started in early 2009 as a part of an experiment in social business and proactive support, it appears that Notes from Rational Support has proven to be a valuable resource. Our traffic metrics continue to show steady growth in visits, views, unique visitors, and new visitors, and that makes us VERY happy.
So, in honor of this milestone, we'd like to thank the folks who made it possible (and fret not, this will be shorter than an Academy Award acceptance speech):
And let's keep going! Our next goal is to move from the 7th most visited blog on developerWorks to the top 5 ... maybe this year?
From all of us here at Notes from Rational Support, THANK YOU!
Kelly Smith (@kellypuffs)
Jason O'Donnell (@acdntlpoet)
Matthew Quimby (@mq
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IBM has been driving the "Smarter Planet" concept for quite a while now, both formally as a campaign and even longer as a general ethic of business.
To drive home a personal perspective of this global focus, this week we asked: What are you doing to make the planet smarter? Here are some of the responses we received from colleagues around the world:
Umberto Ghio is focused on a very personal way of making the planet smarter: I am trying to get smarter myself. As I am part of the planet, by improving myself I am contributing to the overall "smarter planet" ideal. How? I try to do things in a different way, make some efforts to imagine a better solution for each problem I am facing, even if it is an old known problem with a old known solution. Learning; learning something new is the best way to keep your brain young, and opens doors you never even imagined. I do as much as I can not to be obvious; do you get the same question 20 times? I try providing a different (but correct) answer to each one. I try to be as polite and kind as possible; it's too easy to be rude or too focused on yourself. Fun; I try to have as much fun as possible, and I try to involve as much people as possible. Spread the fun, you will never be wrong. A smarter planet? That is one in which everybody is happy
The efforts to make the planet smarter can also be demonstrated in different ways and shapes based on roles and responsibilities people take in their day to day life. As Hamid Kalantari notes, this includes both personal and business roles and responsibilities, and in our support organization this is done by:
Nanesh Bhamkar postulates that a "thought" can definitely change lives. To help make the planet smarter he is currently growing his personal network so that the thoughts can be implemented, noting that in a developing nation like India, new technology is reaching only 5% of the crowd, while the majority of people are still waiting for it to make their lives smarter. He believes this is possible with a good network and support.
We can also compartmentalize smarter planet ideas into professional and personal as Sumant Renukarya has shown us:
At work: I focus, daily, on how to improve my own skills with assisting clients, I try to figure out what else I can improve, and of course I continue my own education.
Off work, there are a lot of small ways in which I am contributing to make a smarter planet. I teach Yoga; healthier people are a smarter planet I reach out to children and instill with them the importance of education. I use water efficiently, and in turn, save water. And here's an easy one: I switch off the power when it is not in use!
Lastly, we all know the following big industries:
They are supported by IBM Rational Client Support!!!
Howard goes on to say: I am really proud that I am part of Rational Client Support and can provide support to those companies making the planet smarter. Whenever I interact with clients and keep their business running smoothly, I know that I am making an indirect but important contribution to a smarter planet.
So.... what are YOU doing to help make the planet smarter? We'd love to hear your ideas in the comments section!