IBM Unveils New Enterprise Social Collaboration Tool

IBMlogoIBM has rolled out a new social collaboration management tool for enterprises looking to connect with clients on social media platforms.

Notes and Domino Social Edition 9 aims to provide enterprise organizations a single access point for email, group activities, blogs, chat and other social collaboration applications, IBM said Friday.

The company says the new program can be deployed on premises, in the IBM SmartCloud or on mobile devices for employees in marketing, development and human resources.

Cloud-based email aims to function as the program’s core component with messaging and other social applications built in, according to the company.

IBM intends for employees working on a project to check their inbox while looking into activity streams related to the subject such as a teammate’s to-do list, files shared among colleagues or a new blog entry.

Brunswick Corp., Celina Insurance and Czarnowski are examples of enterprises that have adopted Notes and Domino.

“The explosion of new mobile devices was making it increasingly difficult for our teams to stay plugged in,” said Greg Neveau, Brunswick director of technology architecture.

“With IBM SmartCloud, we aren’t just giving employees access to email but rather a comprehensive on-the-go social experience that keeps them connected to each other and to the information needed to ensure our ongoing success,” Neveau added.

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