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Using the IBM Lotus Virtual Classroom: A Best Practices Guide to e-Learning

Using the IBM Lotus Virtual Classroom: A Best Practices Guide to e-Learning

By: Mike Ebbers; David Balague; Balaka Ganguly; Dan Noyes; Phil Salm

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 21-FEB-2003

Insert Date: 29-OCT-2012

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e-Learning is a fast-growing segment in both the education and computer industries. IBM Lotus has developed a product for this arena, the IBM Lotus Virtual Classroom. A virtual classroom allows anyone with a personal computer and access to the Internet to enroll in a course. They can follow along with audio and video capability from anywhere in the world This IBM Redbooks publication discusses Virtual Classroom features. In this edition we provide new information, such as a test drive of product features from learner, instructor, and administrator perspectives; planning and installation...

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Lotus Instant Messaging/Web Conferencing (Sametime): Building Sametime Enabled Applications

Lotus Instant Messaging/Web Conferencing (Sametime): Building Sametime Enabled Applications

By: John Bergland; John Barrow; Jonas Covey; Washington Cabral; Carl Tyler; Yafit Sami; Rob Novak

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-NOV-2003

Insert Date: 24-SEP-2012

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This IBM Redbooks publication builds upon two existing Redbooks: Working with Sametime Client Toolkits, SG24-6666 and Working with the Sametime Community Server Toolkit, SG24-6667. Focusing on the latest toolkits available for IBM Lotus Instant Messaging and Lotus Web Conferencing (Sametime) 3, it explores Sametime as a development platform, illustrating how to extend the functionality of Sametime beyond its more commonly known instant messaging and e-meeting hosting features. It provides a detailed technical discussion and examples for building and integrating Sametime real-time...

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Lotus Workplace Web Content Management

Lotus Workplace Web Content Management

By: John Bergland; Jens Buhlke; Jane Clark; Robert Enright; Kamie Ngam-Nield

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 16-JUL-2004

Insert Date: 06-AUG-2012

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Lotus Workplace Web Content Management is a key component of the Lotus Workplace solution which helps you manage your corporate content from initial creation to final Web presentation. This content can exist in different forms and formats within your organization. With Lotus Workplace Web Content Management, your information can be freely distributed and instantly updated across all e-business applications, including Internet, intranet, and extranet Web sites. Lotus Workplace Web Content Management provides collaborative Web content design, approval, caching and staging services....

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Lotus Workplace 2.0.1 Products: Deployment Guide

Lotus Workplace 2.0.1 Products: Deployment Guide

By: John Bergland; Alberto Bravo; Greg R. Chadbourne; Carlos Luz; Philip Monson; Heiko Mueller; Tatjana Savov; Jeffrey Slone

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 10-FEB-2005

Insert Date: 03-JUL-2012

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IBM Lotus software has created IBM Lotus Workplace, an integrated family of products based on open standards. Lotus Workplace combines market-leading collaborative components that can be used with a variety of security-rich clients for simplified access and interaction with other people and a host of collaborative applications such as e-mail, calendaring and scheduling, instant messaging, Web conferencing, team spaces, document and Web content management, and e-learning. IBM Lotus Workplace products include: - IBM Lotus Workplace Messaging - IBM Lotus Workplace Team Collaboration - IBM...

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IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 for Domino Administration

IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 for Domino Administration

By: Keith Brooks; David Byrd; Mark Harper; Olusola Omosaiye

Publisher: Packt Publishing

Publication Date: 21-FEB-2011

Insert Date: 22-SEP-2011

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Ensure effective and efficient team collaboration by building a solid social infrastructure with IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 Gain a thorough understanding of IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 Team Collaboration, Repository, and Connectors Recommended best practices to upgrade to the latest version of IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 Customize logos, colors, templates, and more to your designs without much effort A combination of technical insights, step-by-step instructions, and guidelines to successfully enable team collaboration within your enterprise In Detail When the IT strategy calls for maximizing...

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Lotus Security Handbook

Lotus Security Handbook

By: William Tworek; George Chiesa; Frederic Dahm; David Hinkle; Amanda Mason; Matthew Milza; Amy Smith

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-APR-2004

Insert Date: 03-JUL-2008

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This IBM Redbook provides best practices and guidance for building a secure collaboration infrastructure utilizing IBM Lotus technologies. It is the third Lotus security oriented Redbook to be published. However, unlike the previous two Redbooks in this series, “The Domino Defense: Security in Lotus Notes 4.5 and the Internet” (SG24-4848) and “Lotus Notes and Domino R5.0 Security Infrastructure Revealed” (SG24-5341), this third book focuses not just on Notes/Domino - but on all IBM Lotus collaborative products, as well as general security best practices for any infrastructure. This book...