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What is Watson?

15 August 2015

Unlike other computing systems, Watson takes in data from all sorts of sources, from research reports to Tweets. All the information humans produce for other humans to consume.
 However, Watson is not bound by volume or memory; Watson can read millions of unstructured documents in seconds.

Watson explained >>>

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Connections Onboarding

31 July 2015

Onboarding Wizard for IBM Connections

Getting started with a social software platform like IBM Connections is a challenge.
As long as you don’t follow anybody, you simply get to see an empty activity stream
and wonder what all the fuzz is about. Our new “XCC Onboarding-Wizard” simplifies
the onboarding process to IBM Connections. With this new capability it is possible to
set up different XCC widgets. This will increase acceptance for your social intranet.
New users get all the important information and instantly feel comfortable with their new work environment.

Source: Connections-Apps

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Personality Insights

31 July 2015

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The IBM Watson Personality Insights service uses linguistic analytics to extract
a spectrum of cognitive and social characteristics from the text data that a person
generates through blogs, tweets, forum posts, and more.

Try it!


Windows 10 support for Notes

30 July 2015

An official supportability technote about IBM Notes, iNotes, and Notes Browser Plug-in support for Windows 10 is in the works
and coming soon. In the meantime, here are the main points that have been confirmed and provided by the Notes/Domino Development team.

        •        For Notes, Windows 10 is supported today starting with release 9.0.1 Fix Pack 4
        •        For iNotes and Notes Browser Plug-in, support for Windows 10 will be introduced in release 9.0.1 Fix Pack 5

Source: IBM

Internet der Dinge beflügelt die Phantasien

29 July 2015

Image:Internet der Dinge beflügelt die Phantasien  Das Internet der Dinge beflügelt die Phantasien von Anwendern, Unternehmen und Technikanbietern.
Die ungezählten Möglichkeiten, Menschen, Dinge und Abläufe in unserer physikalischen Welt mit
Hilfe elektronischer und digitaler Systeme laufend zu überwachen und zu vermessen,
haben eine regelrechte Innovationseuphorie losgetreten.
Im Jahr 2025 Im Rahmen der Studie „Internet of Things: Mapping the Value beyond the Hype“
hat das McKinsey Global Institute 150 Anwendungsbeispiele und fast 300 Anwendungen für das
Internet der Dinge unter die Lupe genommen und den potenziellen künftigen Mehrwert
für verschiedene Märkte und Branchen ermittelt. Image:Internet der Dinge beflügelt die Phantasien 
 
>>> read more

Image:Internet der Dinge beflügelt die Phantasien

IBM Opens its Gates

28 July 2015

Image:IBM Opens its Gates  IBM hopes that developers will be drawn to the value-add that in can provide; namely,  its tried and tested knowledge of healthcare, mobile, retail, insurance and banking, a gamut of projects they can participate in and services on Bluemix, IBM’s  programming platform for cloud software development.
More specifically, IBM is open sourcing a number of apps from its MobileFirst portfolio that promise to assist developers in the healthcare, retail insurance and banking mobile markets. They include:
        •        IBM Ready App for Healthcare that tracks patient progress for at-home physical therapy programs via mobile device.
        •        IBM Ready App for Retail that personalizes and reshapes the specialty retail store shopping experience through direct line of communication
        •        IBM Ready App for Insurance improves the relationship between homeowners and insurers and uses Internet of Things sensors to synch home with utilities.
        •        IBM Ready App for Banking helps financial institution's address the mobile needs business owners and attract prospects.
But it’s not just apps that IBM will be open sourcing to the community. Image:IBM Opens its Gates

Source: CMSWire

Renew your SSL Certificate for Sametime Proxy server

24 July 2015

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The Sametime Proxy server ships with an SSL certificate to allow for push notifications to occur securely for the
Sametime Mobile Chat client for Apple iOS via the Apple Push Notification Service (APNS). The current certificate expires 9 June 2015.
Before that date, Sametime administrators should download and apply an updated certificate to continue expected functionality for users.
If the certificate in use by the Sametime Proxy server has expired, users of the native iOS chat client will no longer receive push notifications.
Users might describe the symptom as receiving messages only when the application is in the foreground
or that notifications are not sent to the device when the Sametime client application is in the background.

The issue can be identified in the server logs by the following error.
„APNSService W com.ibm.collaboration.realtime.stproxy.services.APNS.APNSService startAPNS CLFRX0079W: Unable to establish an SSL connection to the APNS service Connection refused: connect“

Source: IBM

IBM Technical Support for iOS

24 July 2015

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The IBM Technical Support mobile app let’s you quickly and easily access key technical support content
and functions for all your IBM software and hardware products.

IBM Verse for iOS

30 April 2015

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Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
This app is optimised for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.


Verse Basic Limitations

4 April 2015

Image:Verse Basic Limitations We want you to see how Verse helps declutter your inbox.

You can:
  • Send up to 100 emails in a 24 hour period.
  • Send mail containing up to 10 recipients per email.
  • Send mail messages up to 100MB in size.
  • Have a mailbox quota of 500 MB.
  • Experience spam filtering for emails sent from outside domains.
Please use the latest Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browser only. Support for other browsers is coming soon.
Note that Verse Basic is not intended for use as a production mail client. Check out the full version of IBM Verse for all your business mail needs. Image:Verse Basic Limitations