DomainPatrol Social 10 – beyond Merge Communities

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DomainPatrol Social for IBM Connections is all about content and people. An application packed with intelligent functions shaping IBM Connections to maximum performance. We help our customers every day with communities that needs merging, files that needs moving, profiles that needs merging and not to forget our rising star Manage Access Control where you can copy one user's access rights to another one.

The newly released DomainPatrol Social 9 with Community Templates received great praise by our customers. We are glad to be able to offer project managers a way of repeating successful project communities with just a few clicks. Save and re use your valued results of your project instead of inventing the wheel time and time again.

Therefore we are likewise excited to announce that we today are releasing yet another pack of functions. DomainPatrol Social 10; with focus on small but very effective settings and commands for the day to day use.

DomainPatrol Social 10 supports IBM Connections 5.5 CR1. Contact Maria Enderstam for free trials, demos, prices and if you have question regarding the product.

The new functions in a nutshell:


Manage Search Index

Create search indexes for the different IBM Connections Applications.

 

Scheduled Task Management

Puse or Resume scheduled system tasks.

 

Manage User Roles

Set profiles as active or inactive. You can also reset Homepage Welcome page settings.

 

Synchronize Users

Synchronize Profile information to all IBM Connections applications.

 

Add User Tags / Add Community Tags

Add tags to one or multiple user profiles or Communities.

 

Remove User Tags / Remove Community Tags

Remove selected tags from a user's profile or from a community.

 

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DomainPatrol Social and Social Connections

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Let us present to you the perfect way to keep your IBM Connections environment in shape!

DomainPatrol Social is a very competent product which solves most challenges both IT and Business experience. Certainly when it comes to Content and User Administration in IBM Connections.

For example if you have several communities, with similar purpose or content, you can use the function Merge Communities to merge them into one Community. Or Move Communities in and out of one another. The same applies to all kinds of content including Files, Blogs, Wikis, Libraries and Activities.

New projects starts, others end. The organization is constantly changing and consequently your needs.

Other situations we can solve is when people get new roles in your organization or leaves the organization. Orphan content is a common problem and DomainPatrol Social has several ways to solve it. One is Complete User Management for Files, Blogs, Wikis. Another is Copy User Access to transfer all, or some of the access that user A had to user B and/or user C. Problem solved!

Sometimes one user ends up with two profiles in IBM Connections. Perhaps they started off as a consultant or external user and now they are permanent employees. No worries. Use the function Merge Profiles. All content from both profiles are merged into one. Phew! No more unhappy users that can't access their stuff.

Make sure your users trust IBM Connections with their highly valued business content.

Contact us for more information, or meet us at Social Connections in Toronto!

 


 

Infoware is proud sponsor of Social Connections!

THE place to be to learn about all things IBM Connections.

Check out some of the great sessions by speakers from across the globe! The agenda can be found here

A selection of some the great sessions you need to come and listen to:

  1. 10+ user case studies focused on their implemention of IBM Connections!
  2. Great sessions by IBM Champions (18 IBM champions are currently attending the event)
  3. A peak into the future with sessions on Toscana, Future of work and What is coming to IBM Connections

Register here and meet Maria, Fredrik and Ulla in the Infoware booth!

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Community Templates by DomainPatrol Social

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first: Happy Prosperous New Year! We hope you had a couple of relaxing days around Christmas and now are ready for new adventures in 2016!

This is just a short newsflash with two interesting topics we think you'll like:

New release of DomainPatrol Social for IBM Connections. This will put a smile on all of you Community Managers. We have seen for a long time that a key focus for companies today is to seek to minimize the time and effort they waste on creating something that already exist. To stop reinvent the wheel for good, and instead focus on developing new inventions.

The new function we're talking about is Community Templates. This will let you re-use your perfectly good and working Communities over and over again, with modifications if you like. Find the Community you would like to clone, select which parts of it you want to copy and click OK. Simple as that.

The release is ready to ship, so email us right away for more information, quotes, evaluation license or anything else.

And remember, DomainPatrol Social solves the most difficult tasks in IBM Connections concerning contents and users, such as Merge Communities, Move Communities, Move and Merge Blogs, Activities, Files, Wikis etc. We also handle Complete User Management for Files, Blogs, Wikis etc. Merge Profiles or Copy User Access. Take care of your orphan content today.

New project starts, others end. The organization is constantly changing and consequently your needs.

 

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Quotas on demand, Social Connections and an interview

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October is drawing to a close and I thought I'd talk about a few things that's in the air right now.

As you may know we recently released DomainPatrol Social 7 with a much demanded functionality for quota management. It's fascinating really, I heard it first from a business partner colleague at Social Connections in Boston last winter, and after that it popped up like a Jack-in-the-box here and there from customers and colleagues all through spring. "We need to be able to set our quota values in IBM Connections." I thought that this is too much to ignore, so I talked to my develeopers and BAM, the feature was done in no time. Really proud of their hard work and devotion.

And I'm extra glad that we could ship the super fresh release to waiting customers that has requested it. Like a mini Christmas if you wish. 🙂

It's also only one week to Social Connections in Stuttgart. One week! When did that happened? I thought I had much more time to prepare than this. Since I am part of the organizing team I actually breath Social Connections right now. How many attendees is coming (a LOT), will I see any good sessions (YES), will it be super fun to meet my friends in the community and the team (very much YES).

Naturally I look forward to work in Infoware's booth at the event. I have a newly hatched version of DomainPatrol Social with me! Can't wait to show it to the attendees at Social Connections!

On that note, last week I did an interview with SocialBizUG.org on why you should attend the event. Why not check it out. While I have your attention, I mean.

Last, but not least I wish you a very relaxing weekend! Irrespective if you celebrate Halloween, All Saints Day or just a moment of "sofa hang" as we say in Sweden.

See you in November!

/Maria

 

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We’re adding Quota Management for Files to DomainPatrol Social

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The heat wave in Stockholm right now is making us all longing for a relaxing hammock instead of sitting inside the office. Regardless of that, we are happy to be enjoying a huge interest for DomainPatrol Social from all over the world.

The feedback we hear from our customers is that it has never been so easy to administer their IBM Connections environment. DomainPatrol Social opens up possibilities to do things you normally can't do in IBM Connections. Such as Merging Communitites, even one external with an internal one. The feature Merge Profiles is also a popular one. When companies hiring former temporary employees the users often end up with 2 profiles.

The next release of DomainPatrol will include a function our customers have had high up on their wish list. We are talking about Quota Management for Files! You will finally be able to set quota on both user level and community level. And also manage quota policies. Good, huh?

And we're not stopping there. We are currently working on several features to make DomainPatrol Social the most competent and qualified tool for IBM Connections on the market.

Contact us directly to try it out for free or just to let us tell you more.

 

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★ Merge Communities with DomainPatrol Social ★

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One could wish for a more sunny spring, no one could argue with that. Stockholm is windy with pouring rain right now. But let's not dwell on that too long. On to something more interesting!

We are super proud of our brand new release of DomainPatrol Social which is packed with new features.

Never again think that your content is stuck where you created it. Use DomainPatrol Social when you are doing changes in your organization, when a project ends, when you hire employees. Do clean-ups when upgrading. Release the power of IBM Connections with DomainPatrol Social.

Merge Communities together: Both regular, sub-communities and external. Everything will be merged, including all content in them (Blogs, Activities, Wikis, Forums etc). Also, move communities in and out of other communities.

Move Files: Move individual files or the whole file container between users or between communities.

Merge Profiles: It may happen that one user end up with two profiles. With this feature you merge two profiles into one. All data and content is merges, including all history.

Transfer user access: Apply one user's access roles to another user. If for example one person is taking over another persons role or job.

Move and Merge: Blogs, Wikis, Forums, Activities. Even just one single blog entry, activity etc.

DomainPatrol Social is easy to install and maintain. We offer both perpetual licensing and rental models, and onsite evaluation.

Contact us here!

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