Recorded on Friday 15th June 2012. Steven Ives from TeamStudio joins us to discuss their plans for an offline mobile client for IBM Connections, the need for disconnected access even in 2012 and how Notes apps can really be made available on mobile devices. We also discuss the new IBM Connections native apps, OpenNTF contest winners and more.

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Steve Ives (twitter) is Chairman at Teamstudio.  Based in Cambridge, UK, he has previously founded two companies in the mobile space - Trigenix and Taptu.  For the last 12 months he’s been helping to guide the Unplugged mobile offline engine initiative at Teamstudio.


Project Dragonfly:
  • What is TeamStudio Unplugged?
    • What types of applications can be built on it?
    • What mobile devices are supported?
  • What is Project Dragonfly?
  • Why the project name?
    • ‘Unplugged Dragonfly, like the world's fastest flying insect - has two sets of wings.  One syncs to Lotus Domino servers, the other to IBM Connections servers, all in the same insect...’
  • Why would you invest in this project when IBM already has Connections apps for all the devices? (hoping there are lots of advantages!) - offline
  • Why is offline important?
  • This is a project rather than a product? What does that mean? Are you community-sourcing?
  • What are the timescales?
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