Thursday, March 6, 2014

Communardo Further Integrates Confluence with IBM Connections

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I've talked about integration of IBM Connections with Confluence in the past. Communardo has created 3 new integration points to bring together IBM Connections and Atlassian's Confluence. These integration points are important for organizations that may be using both products and want to provide more synergy between them. This is yet another example of IBM Connections as a social layer, where you can embed Connections into other business apps allowing you to bring social to the end users.

The integration points are:
  • Surface IBM Connections' person card within Confluence ( this is available as a plug-in from Atlassian's Marketplace) allowing profile data to be kept in just one system (IBM Connections)
  • Use the IBM Connections Activity Stream to connect the decentralized Confluence wikis to save time finding information and avoid switching back-and-forth between systems.
  • Confluence work rooms will surface within the list of Communities in the IBM Connections interface to surface previously hidden work laces.
To see it in action, check out the 5 minute demo below:

To learn more, check out Communardo's product page.
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