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Businesses are leveraging data as a natural resource, and human and machine relationships are at the heart of it, with Watson as the trusted adviser. Learn how work is changing through real-time optimization and data insights that deliver better outcomes.

Learn more: www.ibm.com/watson/commerce/

University of Southern California, Palo Alto in Finland & the University of Arizona partnered for a virtual research competition with their students. Discover how teams can use IBM Connections to collaborate & manage their day.

Jörg Rafflenbeul, IT Coordinator at Heitkamp und Thumann Group in Germany, talks about years of successful collaboration and communication with IBM Connections, Notes/Domino and Sametime and about being on the Cognitive journey with IBM as Watson capabilities continue to emerge.

o Problem to solve: § Away from office with no laptop availability but need to interact with the collaborative tools! § Boarding a flight, have to go into airplane mode, need to review the presentation before the meeting.
o Showcase IBM solution to problem: § Rich mobile apps for Connections, Chat, Meetings. Demo the File-Sync for the airplane mode problem to solve. Show Verse as well as editing a document inside of Docs from mobile!

For more information, go check out the IBM Connections Cloud website at http://ibmcloud.com/social

Only one IT-compliant collaboration platform can help you grow your business to its full potential. With collaboration unified under a single sign-on, teams are engaged to get work done faster, without the clutter. You and your organization no longer have to compromise on security, stability, user design, or budget. IBM Connections with bundles optimized for Social, S2 with Meetings, and S1 with IBM Verse, is more than business software. Define innovation and future growth with partner solution integration, advanced analytics, and cognitive personal assistance.

Experience Connections now with a FREE 60-day trial: https://www.ibm.com/marketplace/cloud/enterprise-social-collaboration/purchase/us/en-us

Chris Bailey, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, talks about one of the advantages of Swift on the client and the server while at Swift Summit 2016.

He explains how developers and back-end engineers can avoid working in silos by using a single code base. This allows both teams to collaborate on the whole project, view what the other is working on and agree on implementation.

For more thoughts from Chris, visit his blog post on Mobile Business Insights: http://bit.ly/2gh1oyg

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