Niklas Heidloff and the team at OpenNTF recently raised the question of which hashtag should be used for IBM Connections development-related posts and tweets. It’s a very fair question, after all having an agreed common hashtag that is used on relevant posts makes it much easier for advocates and newcomers alike to find and follow Connections-related content. Given […]
We’d been having a few debates online over the past few months about how to grow the IBM Connections community. It’s already pretty strong, and has definitely grown in size as new versions of the technology have been shipped by IBM – the number of practitioners working with Connections 3.0.1 is a world away from […]
Seats sold or users accessing? Either way, it’s impressive (given all the other services are free to use).
The home of the IBM Connections user group on LinkedIn.
An interesting announcement from LinkedIn: There are now over 300,000 groups on LinkedIn where professionals are discussing, sharing news and collaborating with each other. We sincerely appreciate your dedication to the LinkedIn group you manage. Your efforts are essential to the continued success of groups. We’re happy to announce that later this week we are […]
My favourite business-focused Web2.0 social networking site, LinkedIn, has received a much needed makeover: The site has had a nice facelift, added personal photos (making it much more personal), and they have added some new functionality. The design is clean, crisp, and has a ‘widgetty’ feel (almost Portal like) to it. I like it. If […]