JMP403 QuickStart: IBM Lotus Quickr in Action
This session provides an end user-oriented overview of Lotus Quickr, demonstrating its capabilities and showing how you can use them to collaborate around content. We’ll demonstrate how easy it is for end users to create a new Lotus Quickr place, add members, share content through document libraries, wikis, blogs, lists, team calendars, and discussions. We’ll also cover how to access the shared content through Web browsers, feeds, IBM Lotus Notes, IBM Lotus Sametime, IBM WebSphere Portal, Microsoft Windows Explorer and Microsoft Office. Finally, you’ll see a preview of new features considered for future releases of Lotus Quickr.
A nice start into Lotusphere 2008. Nothing outstanding, but a solid session with quite a few demos.
During the session John Schumacher hinted on a new (browser-based?) MashUp-Solution for Quickr, Lotus Quickr Content Integrator
and Quickr Connectors for Symphony and Outlool.
What I liked
Session delivered a good overview on the capabilities of Quickr. Professionally run demos (just remember the correct username, Tracy ;)).
What I didn’t like
Bad timing of the session. Quite a few topics suffered from the fact that John couldn’t talk about all the features.
Tagged as: Lotusphere, Lotusphere2008, review
, session | Author: Martin Leyrer
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