So what’s there to complain about here?

On the Harvard Business Review Blog: and when you click through: If you then click through the various tabs you will learn that IBM isn’t only trying to market a single product and/or service (say IBM Connections) but offers some substantive services (and products) that in my humble opinion show the business and technical breadthContinue reading “So what’s there to complain about here?”

Infectious enthusiasm

Martin Davies left this comment on the Taking Notes podcast site for the show we did with Paul Mooney and Gabriella Davis. On the show we talked about IBM Connections and more specifically, the new Connections101.net site that Paul and Gab created: This has to be one of the best ICS podcasts I have listenedContinue reading “Infectious enthusiasm”

Podcast: Connections101 with Gab Davis and Paul Mooney

Gab Davis and Paul Mooney talk about their new Connections101.net website, a project to document the steps involved with building an IBM Connections server from scratch using a “module-based” approach. In the podcast they discuss: What motivated you to do this in the first place? What kinds of questions are customers asking about Connections? IsContinue reading “Podcast: Connections101 with Gab Davis and Paul Mooney”