- Taschenbuch: 425 Seiten
- Verlag: IBM Press; Auflage: 1 (24. Dezember 2009)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0137000537
- ISBN-13: 978-0137000531
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,7 x 2,3 x 23,1 cm
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IBM Lotus Connections 2.5: Planning and Implementing Social Software for Your Enterprise (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 24. Dezember 2009
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Stephen Hardison is an IBM Certified IT Specialist with IBM Software Services for Lotus. He is responsible for the design, implementation, operation, and assessment of large-scale collaborative solutions using Lotus Connections, Lotus Domino, and WebSphere Portal. He lives near Austin, Texas. Stephen joined IBM in 1999, and has worked in the Information Technology industry for over 20 years. He has international experience, having worked on several worldwide deployments of IBM solutions in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
David Byrd is an IBM Senior Certified Executive IT Architect with IBM Software Services for Lotus from Fayetteville, Georgia. He has been an IBM/Lotus employee for close to 10 years in a number of consulting positions covering various technology areas. David has a deep background in virtually all areas of Lotus products and technologies covering areas ranging from low-level API development to collaborative application architectures, security architectures, and messaging architectures. His current focus is on Lotus Quickr, as well as other collaboration technologies and associated deployment within enterprise customers. He has worked with Lotus Notes and Domino for over 15 years. David has authored several books and technical articles during his tenure with IBM.
Gary Wood is a Field Support Engineer with Lotus Field Support Services (FSS). In that role, he has been responsible for troubleshooting applications for some of the largest Notes/Domino installations worldwide, as well as providing training on the latest technologies from Lotus. He has been working with Notes and Domino since R3, with the past 10 years spent in consulting roles focusing on application architecture and development for various divisions within IBM. Gary has worked on various international assignments, from Canada to Venezuela and the United Kingdom to Malaysia.
Tim Speed is an IBM Certified Systems Architect with IBM Software Services for Lotus (ISSL). In that capacity, he is responsible for designing, implementing, and supporting various engagements with our clients. Tim lives in Denton, Texas. He has been an IBM/Lotus employee for over 12 years in various networking, technical, hardware and software support, and consulting positions. He has been working with Notes and Domino for over 16 years, focusing on administration roles and infrastructure. Tim also has international experience with working on infrastructure engagements in Spain, Brazil, France, Mexico, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, U.K., and Indonesia. Tim has also published more than 12 technical articles and 8 books.
Michael Martin is a Certified Senior Managing Consultant in the Messaging and Collaboration Practice for IBM Software Services for Lotus (ISSL) group, focusing on organizational development, change management, and social software adoption. He has consulted with many international companies on the global deployment of organizational changes related to technology implementations. He has provided consulting services for organizational analysis and design, communications strategy and deployment, training strategy development, leadership coaching, social network analysis, organizational culture analysis, and stakeholder management. He has over 32 years experience in manufacturing and service industries, including 24 years in line management and management consulting. He has published one article on collaboration and organizational culture.
Suzanne Livingston has held various roles within software development, including development, design, user research, and now product management. Suzanne is currently the product manager for Lot
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About the Authors
Chapter 1: Social Networking Concepts
Chapter 2: Introducing Lotus Connections 2.5
Chapter 3: Lotus Connections Architecture
Chapter 4: Deployment Planning
Chapter 5: Install Planning
Chapter 6: Using Lotus Connections
Chapter 7: Administering Lotus Connections
Chapter 8: Extending Lotus Connections to Other Applications
Chapter 9: Using the Lotus Connections API
Chapter 10: Plug-Ins and Widgets
The authors take what I believe is a rather complex idea and software package and break it down into easy to understand concepts and procedures. Starting with a chapter on social networking, they explain the reasons for such software in the enterprise, This chapter should not be skipped, it is critical to the understanding of the rest of the book and is important to anyone even thinking about implementing social software within their organization. If you are currently having issues with acceptance of social software or wondering how to include more people in it, this chapter will help. After the introduction, we dive into Lotus Connections, but not all at once. The authors allow the reader to dip their toes into it, get used to one area, and then move deeper into the pool. It is a very effective teaching tool. Easily moving from the architecture to the planning to the installation, the reader will have no problem attempting to install Lotus Connections once those chapters have been finished. However, the authors do not stop there, they segue into using the software, administering it, and extending it in ways that you may not have considered. The end result is not only an excellent review and resource for IBM Lotus Connections but also a solid understanding of the value of social software in your organization.
As I am very familiar with IBM Press, I was not worried about reading a book authored by eight individuals. The editing, flow, and voice makes it very difficult, even impossible, to discern the individuals. However, the reader is provided with a solid resource for implementing, managing, and extending Lotus Connections authored by some of the best Connections technical minds and writers at IBM. I felt that once I finished the book, I was ready to install, at the very least, the pilot version of Lotus Connections. I realize that this may be a stretch, but this book certainly arms you with the knowledge to accomplish that task. Once you have the software installed and working, there will come a time where you will want to extend it to other applications. Whether you use Lotus Notes, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Office, Lotus Sametime,SocialText, or Confluence, this book covers it. If you have other needs, the chapter on the Connections API should help. While it isn't an exhaustive look at the API, it will get you started and also provide you with additional resources. Overall, IBM Lotus Connections 2.5: Planning and Implementing Social Software for Your Enterprise, by Stephen Hardison, David Byrd, Gary Wood, Tim Speed, Michael Martin, Suzanne Livingston, Jason Moore, and Morten Kristiansen, is another excellent book from IBM Press, one that demonstrates to the reader the value of social software to the organization and to the individual in general, and a deeper understanding of Lotus Connections 2.5 in particular.
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Still, there are some people that might want to legitimately pass on this book, and as a result:
I would recommend this book to the following people:
- Systems Administrators, Application Developers, and IT Professionals interesting in learning more about IBM Lotus Connections 2.5.
This book can give you excellent talking points to quickly help you become an internal advocate for IBM Lotus Connections as social software in your organization.
- Systems Administrators, Application Developers, IT Professionals, and IT Consultants (in particular, yellow bleeders) interested in adding IBM Lotus Connections platform expertise to your skill set.
This book is an excellent introduction to the platform that quickly ramps-up for more advanced implementations, integration, and customization.
I would not recommend this book to the following people:
- Systems Administrators, Application Developers, and IT Professionals who have deployed, maintain, and customized several Connections environments.
While the examples are excellent, after your 5th time doing it you're more than likely an old hand, and your extending the Connections environment skills have gone far beyond introductory-level.
- Management (IT or otherwise) looking to understand social networking and social platforms for business.
This book specifically talks to IBM Lotus Connections 2.5, and it's scope is to not teach someone what social software for the enterprise is out of that context.
My personal favorite is Chapter 4 which talks about planning the deployment. It's about setting goals and measurement of these goals, it's about integrating it in your business and about planning the governance. The reason I like it, is because it forces the reader to think about Lotus Connections as a means to an end and not as a goal by itself.
The only risk I see with this book is that is serves different target audiences: from business, to admins, to developers and it's rare that a person is interested in all of these roles.
However, well worth a read for everybody interested in Lotus Connections and interested in deploying Social Networking initiatives.