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IBM Midmarket Software Buying and Selling Guide
Application Platform

Redpaper, published 12 Jul 2010

The IBM® Midmarket Software Buying and Selling Guide is tailored specifically to help the management and IT staff of small and midsized businesses evaluate how the IBM midmarket portfolio can provide simple and cost-effective solutions to common business problems. Along with a midmarket customer focus, this IBM Redpaper™ publication is designed to help IBM teams and Business Partners be more effective in serving small and midsized businesses. We illustrate how IBM software for the midmarket can help businesses use the Web to reduce expenses, improve customer service, and expand into new ... [more]


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Lotus Redbooks Wiki - Improving Process Efficiency with Business Process Accelerator
Digital Experience

Web Doc, published 8 Feb 2010

IBM® Lotus® and IBM Redbooks® publications have partnered together to create this wiki content that explains how to install, configure, and deploy the WebSphere Business Process Accelerator, a Portal accelerator that allows users to integrate Lotus Forms, WebSphere Portal, and WebSphere Process Server. This Lotus Redbooks Wiki discusses ways to improve process efficiency, increase corporate agility, and reduce the time-to-value by building a reusable framework to facilitate the development of process portals using forms technology. This Lotus Redbooks wiki also includes a demonstration of a ... [more]


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Creating External Facing Web Sites Using IBM WebSphere Portal
Digital Experience

Web Doc, published 11 Jan 2010, last updated 12 Jan 2010

This IBM® Technote links to a wiki that addresses considerations for creating external facing Web sites by using IBM WebSphere® Portal Version 6.1.5. The wiki focuses on areas related to external facing Web sites versus topics that might apply to only internal facing sites. The wiki begins with a brief overview of the differences between internal and external facing Web sites. Then it provides an overview of the factors that contribute to successful Web sites. Next the wiki provides more technical content related to Web Content Management and Web 2.0 considerations. Next a discussion is ... [more]


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IBM Lotus Wiki: Managing WebSphere Portal 6.1 Environments
Digital Experience

Web Doc, published 8 May 2009

This IBM Technote links to a wiki that discusses best practices for building and managing the WebSphere Portal v. 6.1 Environment. The wiki provides high level information about how to set up a WebSphere Portal v. 6.1 Environment, including a development, staging, and production environment. Within the context of each of these environments, we cover topics related to how to move changes through the system and successfully manage releases of a WebSphere Portal 6.1 ... [more]


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IBM Lotus Wiki: Building a Web Site using IBM Lotus Web Content Management 6.1
Digital Experience

Web Doc, published 17 Nov 2008

IBM® Lotus® Web Content Management™ provides a sophisticated Web content management tool and platform that is designed to accelerate the delivery and management of critical business information. It enables a collaborative approach to content creation for individuals and teams and allows for approval of processes, management, and assets. Lotus Web Content Management is an extremely powerful and sophisticated tool that is remarkably easy to use.


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