Social Networking with IBM® Lotus® Connections 3.0 WorkshopDigi Academy
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You should have:
- Good technical understanding of Internet concepts
- High-level understanding of object-oriented programming concepts, systems and languages
- Understanding of Web 2.0 concepts
- Previous experience with Lotus Sametime, WebSphere Application Server or WebSphere Portal
- Familiarity with the Rational Application Developer (or Eclipse) development environment
- Review the IBM Lotus Connections 3.0 demonstration video
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Target del corso
This course is for Solution architects and social networking adminstrators
Contenuti del corso
Are social software capabilities and Web 2.0 interactive technologies a near end requirement for you or your clients? Is valuable data available but not accessible? Are you working with merging or expanding companies but unable to find the people who have the expertise or responsibilities you need? Do you need to know who is working on what projects? Do you want to capture and share the expertise of retiring employees for best practices? If these or other similar situations are important for you or your clients, then this technical skills hands-on workshop will show you how to leverage the nine integrated services of Lotus Connections 3.0 to implement social software for business.
You will hear about and use the functions and features that capture, communicate, share, collaborate, organize, and deliver social software for business. In addition, you will explore new mobile features offered in Lotus Connections 3.0. This workshop will cover end to end technical aspects of Lotus Connections including a technical overview of WebSphere Application Server and Tivoli Directory Integrator which are bundled and installed with Lotus Connections. Integration with Lotus products, WebSphere Portal, and other applications using APIs will be discussed.
Contenuti dettagliati del corso
- Profiles: Search for and find people based on criteria such as name, organization, location, reporting structure, and interests.
- Communities: Groups of people who share a common interest can collaborate with one another by exchanging and sharing information or interacting with one another using IBM Lotus Sametime and e-mail.
- Blogs: Communicate with your peers or colleagues and nourish innovation.
- Bookmarks: Save, organize, and share bookmarks; discover bookmarks qualified by others with similar interests and expertise.
- Activities: Track your work with a dashboard; invite and share your tasks with others; and manage work items.
- Files: Store, share and find intellectual capital utilizing social software features such as ratings, comments, and tags.
- Wikis: Create wiki sites to collectively author documents with others; Built-in revision history makes it a snap to rollback to previous versions.
- Home page: Customize the look and feel of your front-end and integrate other Web-based applications using iWidget framework.
- Mobile interface: Access your services using a mobile device friendly interface that enhances usability on devices such as iPhone and Nokia s60.
- Available development tools
- How to deploy, configure, and use each feature of Lotus Connections
- How to incorporate the features in existing applications and Web sites
- How to use APIs that interact with connection features