Date: Thursday, April 23
Learn how the IBM MobileFirst Platform can help you to track public perception of your mobile apps by monitoring the public app stores, analyzing and categorizing user feedback into useful metrics that help you to spot emerging trends, and quickly address performance issues before they cause lasting damage to your user experience and your company’s reputation.
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Date: Tuesday, April 28
Process improvement can appear a daunting prospect in an intricate business network, but companies that gain greater visibility into business operations stand to benefit from streamlined operations and reduced costs. IBM Business Process Management (BPM) allows enterprises to discover, document, automate, and continuously improve business processes.
Join this webcast to find out about the capabilities in the newest version of IBM Business Process Management and IBM Business Monitor. BPM 8.5.6 has improved Enterprise Quality of Service by introducing new migration facilities, platform management and a variety of architectural and usability improvements.
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Date: Tuesday, May 5
Modern IT departments are handling larger workloads each year. Yet if IT is answering all the tickets for configuration changes for every team—while maintaining security, too— bottlenecks are inevitable. These delays ultimately amount to lost time and lost money.
Attend this webcast to learn how to design a configuration process with an emphasis on visibility, collaboration, and delegation, which ultimately will save on resources. Get best practices to anticipate and address delays in your configuration and administration processes. Understand how to grant groups visibility into resources and to request updates, while still maintaining access control.
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Register today and gain an understanding of how configuration can be a secure and user-friendly practice for the entire enterprise, from the target servers to the user desktop.
Date: Tuesday, June 2
As customers expect rich geolocation data delivered via their mobile applications, businesses that provide flat information about maps, location details, and area resources can fail to engage customer interest. Attend this webcast to learn how to build geolocation into your mobile app strategy and offer apps that boost engagement and can lead to sales opportunities.
Gain insight into best practices that achieve features and apps that provide details much more compelling than pins on a map. Learn to provide end-user experiences with the context that presents every detail about your business and find out about the options for spatial queries provided through Cloudant. Attend this webcast to learn: