Want to learn more about Social Collaboration and Social Business? Join our first webinar today

If you haven’t heard about the series (which we are delivering in association with our partners at Applicable) or just haven’t got around to registering yet, here are the details:

Heard about Social Collaboration or Enterprise 2.0 tools and how they can revolutionise your organisation?

Want to know what all the fuss is about?

Join our Winter 2010/2011 Webinar Series to find out more.

Starting today, Collaboration Matters will be hosting weekly sessions working through a succession of topics aimed at helping you and your organisation through the buzzwords and hype to reveal the facts behind Social Collaboration technology.  We’ll be focusing in on the newly released Lotus Connections 3.0 as a prime example of the tools that can enable your users to share, collaborate and innovate more effectively, whilst also discussing some competitive and complimentary solutions from IBM and other vendors.

Whilst the series of webinars will slot together to start at a high level, then to drill down in more detail as the weeks go on, we understand that everyone lives busy lives and thus the webinars will be available for download should you miss one or two.  However, the aim is to provide interactive sessions with opportunities for Q&A, so you should definitely aim to attend as many of the webinars as you can.  All the sessions will be delivered by our very own Social Collaboration specialist Stuart McIntyre, with guest appearances by some well-known experts in the field.

These sessions will be hosted by Collaboration Matters and our partners at Applicable, providers of enterprise class Lotus Connections hosting and managed services, and will be delivered via LotusLive Events.

So, please join us for our first session – registration is required:




7 December 2010
4-5pm GMT
11am-12pm ET

Social Collaboration Overview

Please register to attend…

An overview of Social Collaboration / Enterprise 2.0 technology, including:

  • What is it?
  • What problems does the technology aim to solve?
  • What value/benefits does it bring to an organisation or an individual?
  • What makes a collaborative organisation?
  • Where does one start?
  • Where do Lotus Connections, Lotus Quickr, MS Sharepoint, Jive and open source solutions fit in?
  • Q&A

Details of the other sessions are on our site.

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