By Wannes Rams | 3/20/19 3:49 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

IBM is running a series of jams to define the future of Connections. These interactive workshops will take place physically and virtually to iterate on the next version of Connections. Business leaders, Community managers, stakeholders, … come and help define the future of the product

Expect the unexpected: today I saw an IBM Connections Cloud roadmap for 2019 ! 

By Matteo Bisi | 3/14/19 8:44 PM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

Today IBM and HCL has run a webinar called "Let's Get Real: What's in Domino V11" Andrew Manby, Richard Jefts and Luis Guirigay has presented what's new will be released for Domino, Notes and Sametime V11.

Updated - Thoughts About Sharing Files Via Link - IBM Connections 6.0 CR4 

By Christoph Stoettner | 3/6/19 1:49 PM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by John Oldenburger

The last IBM Connections 6.0 CR4 introduced the new feature "Sharing Files via Link". A quite handy way to share files with users by link. Just open the file, go to sharing and select "Share by Link". We tested the feature and it works like a charm, but Everybody who gets this link, can download the shared file (and share the link with others).

Factory tour 2 in Milan, good to see you HCL !!! 3 Nice days between Domino, Notes , Sametime and Portal. 

By Matteo Bisi | 3/5/19 8:23 PM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

During last week I had the honor and the pleasure to be invited at Factory Tour2 in Vimodrone, near Milan at the local HCL office.

IBM Connections Docs – Issue with File Preview in Google Chrome 

By Milan Matejic | 3/5/19 6:22 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

I recently deployed a new Connections Environment, together with IBM Connections Docs Applications. After the installation I have encountered an issue with a File Preview, some files cannot be viewed in a Google Chrome Browser. Screenshot of the issue: We could reproduce this issue only with ".doc" and ".docx" files and only in Google Chrome,…

ICEC: Turn off light mode 

By Remco Angioni | 3/3/19 12:45 PM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

Because it is not very well documented, here is the procedure to enable full mode

HCL Factory Tour Episode 2 

By Paul Withers | 3/1/19 5:17 PM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

This week I’ve spent a hugely beneficial amount of time at the HCL Factory Tour Episode 2. As with the previous factory tour, the ability to get quality time with key individuals from HCL and IBM, as well as not only hear but feed back on progress is invaluable. Before going I’d also intended to use the conference to crystalise my focuses for Engage. And obviously it was a great opportunity to have influential discussions regarding OpenNTF and open source, discussions that would normally have happened at IBM Think.

Back from the HCL Lab Tour in Milano 

By Volker Weber | 3/1/19 6:55 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

Last year there was a DNUG conference in Darmstadt, in my own backyard, but I never officially heard about it. It presented an opportunity for the HCL team to meet me. At the time HCL was in a partnership with IBM to develop and support Notes, Domino and Sametime. Their first delivery was going to be Domino V10 about four months later.

HCL Factory Tour 2 – a look into the pipeline for Domino/Notes 

By Andrew Magerman | 3/1/19 6:54 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

The HCL Team, lead by Richard Jefts, was kind enough to invite me to its second Factory Tour, this time in Europe, in the HCL offices in Milan, in Italy. Milan is just a 3.5 hour trip in the train from Zürich, going through the new Gotthard tunnel, so it was an almost leisurely travel, compared to the trip to Boston last year.

Looking Back at THINK 2019, and EXCITED for the FUTURE 

By Mat Newman | 2/20/19 4:21 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

IBM Think 2019 clearly demonstrated two things. First, regardless of what the event is called, the Collaboration Solutions Family is an amazing group of people, and I am honoured to count many among them as my friends. Second, that group of people are genuinely excited about the future of the Collaboration Portfolio, and their response to the announcements and sessions targeted at them this year clearly demonstrated that they are energised about the future for this platform, regardless of the company who owns it.