Many of you may know Chris Martin who co-presneted the “Social Business Super Hero” session with me at Lotusphere 2011. While Chris really wanted to be at Lotusphere 2012 he was unable to attend due to his participation in the Grace Foursquare 2012 Haiti Mission Trip focusing on the Torcelle orphanage construction.
Here is the four minute recap Chris prepared which is well worth time watching:
In Episode 151 Julian Robichaux and I talk with Teamstudio about their Unplugged product which is a tool that helps you mobilize (as in mobile smartphones) your IBM Lotus Domino applications. Nigel Cheshire, president and CEO of Teamstudio, and Craig Schumann, Teamstudio senior developer talk about:
The rise of Apple and iOS in the enterprise
The rise of XPages in the Lotus developer world
Teamstudio’s approach for adding a mobile interface to Domino apps
Replicating data to and from a device for offline use
Choosing a strategy for mobilizing your apps, to make sure your project is successful
Last Thursday Julian Robichaux and I spoke with Alan Lepofsky, analyst at Constellation Research Group, about the current and future state of Activity Streams in the enterprise. Our discussion included:
What’s the difference between streams of information like Facebook and Twitter, and what we’ll see in business in the coming months and years?
Considerations about filters, and making sure important information gets seen
How does analytics play into all this?
Is there truly “one stream to rule them all”, or does certain information need to be siloed?
What about my inbox?!?
Where will mobile devices fit into this picture?
Once this all gets going, what are some of the advantages (obvious or not) with having a stream-friendly enterprise?
You may have listened to the podcast we did with Rick Turoczy who is part of the Portland Incubator Experiment also known as “PIE” back in August 2011. Well, the recent PIE class had their “demo day” back on January 17, 2012 and all of their presentations are now available for you to watch.