Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Let's talk Integrations with IBM Watson Workspace

A new post on SocializeMe:Yesterday, IBM unveiled a new category called IBM Watson Work and two offerings available to all IBM World of Watson conference attendees: IBM Watson Work Services and IBM Watson Workspace.

If you've been following me for a while, you know I'm a big fan of integrations, app dev, and platforms. Well, today I'm happy to share the news that IBM Watson Workspace works with IFTTT. In fact, it's the first IBM app to be part of the IFTTT ecosystem. If you are not familiar with IFTTT (that is IF This Then That), they make it super easy to connect the apps that you love together and configure what they call recipes. In other words, when something happens in one app, then do something in another app. IFTTT currently has 370+ apps in the catalog, so chances are that you can integrate with what you want (e.g. Box, Gmail, your car, you smart home devices and more!)

To start creating your own integration with IFTTT, head out to: . Fist bump to the IFTTT team for helping share the news:

If you missed the keynote yesterday or you want to review the announcements, you can catch the replay here:

And here's a recap of the key tweets!

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Monday, October 17, 2016

Live Streaming Schedule for IBM World of Watson

A new post on SocializeMe:We are just one week away and I've been getting some questions on the live streaming schedule for IBM World of Watson 2016 (WoW). I'm happy to share that the most important keynotes will be live streamed via IBMGo.

Of course, one you can't miss is on Tuesday @ 4pm PT. Inhi Cho Suh will be sharing some cool updates on what's going on with Project Toscana (among other announcements related to the Future of Work). Here's the details as quoted from Marco Tempest, who will be joining us for the keynote:

Another highlight, like I had mentioned earlier, will be Ginni Rometty on Wednesday at 1pm PT.

To see more and sign up, go here: pick your favorite sessions and add them to your calendar.

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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Salesforce made better with IBM Connections and IBM Verse

Salesforce users are always looking for better ways to work.  IBM and Salesforce business partner QKOM is now delivering a better way for Salesforce users to collaborate with co-workers across the enterprise with IBM Connections and IBM Verse.

With an inexpensive subscription to IBM Connections and QKOM, you can now seamlessly work with the rest of the enterprise, without leaving Salesforce.  Marketing, Finance, R&D can use IBM Connections to communicate and innovate... and Salesforce users can fully participate.

Watch this exciting demo on how Salesforce can be made better with IBM Connections for collaboration and optionally IBM Verse for email.