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Announcing the IBM Customer Experience Suite, WebSphere Portal and Web Content Manager V8 Beta Strategy and Feature Focus sessions
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Deliver a Differentiated Web Experience by Injecting Social Aspects of Web 2.0 into WebSphere Portal Applications with Lotus Connections
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If you haven’t heard Web 2.0 is more than just a fad. We get Web 2.0 and WebSphere Portal is the Web 2.0 portal that delivers rich, interactive interfaces, enables user contribution via user driven page and content creation and situational application development and leverages key Web 2.0 technology enablers including AJAX, REST et. al.
Now you can easily and rapidly elevate web experiences delivered by WebSphere Portal by incorporating the new Lotus Connections 2.5 portlets built using WebSphere Portlet Factory to deliver a truly differentiated web experience. Lotus Connections 2.5 portlets enhance your WebSphere Portal applications by providing the following capabilities (view the presentation here to review feature/function details):
The capabilities provided by Lotus Connections 2.5 portlets enable WebSphere Portal customers to deliver a truly differentiated web experience by:
Additionally, Lotus Connections 2.5 portlets preserve the native Lotus Connections user experience in WebSphere Portal including ease of use, functional behavior, color schemes etc. Further the Lotus Connections 2.5 portlets are built using WebSphere Portlet Factory (entitled as part of a WebSphere Portal purchase) enabling unlimited customization to meet your specific needs.Add the social aspects of Web 2.0 to deliver truly differentiated web experiences today by downloading the Lotus Connections 2.5 portlets free of charge now from http://www-01.ibm.com/software/brandcatalog/portal/lotusconnections/details?catalog.label=1WP1002A6.
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Imagine if disease, and its onset, could be identified by a simple cheek swap, in place of costly, often lengthy - and sometimes painful - MRIs, biopsies, CAT scans, X rays, and other diagnosis methods. Far fetched, right? Well, maybe not...researchers at Rice University's McDevitt Research Laboratory are aggressively moving toward that as a goal by leveraging new ways to harness the power of collaborative research and clinical trial data collection quickly, accurately and intuitively...all with a new system design by Dr. Pierre N. Floriano, Director of Microfluidics, Image and Data Analysis, at the BioScience Research Collaborative at Rice University....and you can hear about this directly from the Dr. Floriano at the upcoming IBM Exceptional Web Experience Conference.
It's no coincidence that the word "collaborative" is part of the mission of the research team; they recognize that teaming, sharing and communicating are key to unlocking and interpreting the data from clinical trials and research from distributed sources. So, here's what they are building, and will detail, in a session at the upcoming conference:
If you are attending the conference, you can learn more about how this exceptional web experience can play small part in the much bigger endeavor of these dedicated researchers - and endeavor to help make disease detection almost routine, and certainly more cost-effective, but most importantly to help people enjoy an "exceptional life experience"!
The session is scheduled for Tuesday, May 17, at 9:45A.
-- Brian Chaput