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Hot off the presses is the detailed version of the IBM Software E-mail Processing System (EPS) Help:
The E-mail Processing System (EPS) is a tool to allow registered users of IBM Software products to submit and track problems with IBM Software Support engineers by using plain e-mail. EPS is one of several ways you can submit and track problems with IBM Software Support. Other ways are by telephone and web. You may submit and track a problem by telephoning a contact center in your region.
And now you can easily find help in this detailed document, or even get a compact version of this document's Help information by sending an e-mail message to sw_s
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I've hinted about it before.
Inspired by our hero, Luis Suarez, your intrepid blog authors have decided to follow in his footsteps this year.
Jason, Matthew, and I are on a mission ... a mission to take our lives and our work back from the inbox.
Email is a great tool ... for a few things. It is NOT a great tool for many things that we currently use it for today: discussions, decision-making, file sharing, file repositories, questions & answers, newsletters, announcements.
We have the collaborative technology. We have the skilz. It's just a matter of "walking the talk", and persevering. A whole lot of persevering.
So we start today, with the Luis Suarez Magical 3 Step Pattern:
Honestly, I've been such a collaborative harpy for so long, we are doing a lot of this already. But now we're going to do it mindfully and consciously, and track our results like Luis did.
We'll also be providing updates on our progress here, along with the technical content you've come to rely on.
The new IBM Knowledge Center open beta has been extended until early April. This site replaces the individual information centers.
Look at these key features in IBM Knowledge Center:
To get oriented, you can do a few simple things first:
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