You will find updates throughout the experience both in the web and desktop. For example, for Mac users you can now share files with Communities directly from Finder without ever needing to open a browser. Just right-click on the file, and voilá:
Another update this month was for developers. Developers can now take advantage of the embedded experience extension point within the Activity Stream. Each person and community has an activity stream (which follows the ActivityStrea.ms / OpenSocial 2.0 standard) which allows 3rd party apps to inject events into it (e.g. you could get alerts from an app telling you that an approval is required).
One of the first developers to take advantage of this in the cloud is AppFusions. They've now built connectors that are sure to please various roles within an organization. For example, if you want to get updates to files updates in Box, you can. If you want to get updates when new code has been submitted to GitHub, you can. Or maybe you are a marketer and want to stay up to date with updates from Twitter.
Check out this video to see it in action!
The following slides summarize all the cool new things that are now available for IBM Connections cloud users. Check these out to get an idea of what else is new:
And stay tuned for more news very very soon...