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  • In addition to the social software vendors supported in WebSphere Commerce Version 7.0, it is possible to leverage the underlying IBM WebSphere sMash technology for Social Commerce to integrate with other third-party vendors or in-house software, without changing any of the store page integration.

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  • In addition to the social software vendors supported in WebSphere Commerce Version 7.0, it is possible to leverage the underlying IBM WebSphere sMash technology for Social Commerce to integrate with other third-party vendors or in-house software, without changing any of the store page integration.

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  • IBM is also partnering with Amazon Web Services and Novell, allowing participants to use the DB2 Express-C database and WebSphere sMash application-development toolset on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud, but in this case they will be responsible for Amazon usage fees.

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  • In addition to the social software vendors supported in WebSphere Commerce Version 7.0, it is possible to leverage the underlying IBM WebSphere sMash technology for Social Commerce to integrate with other third-party vendors or in-house software, without changing any of the store page integration.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows

  • IBM is also partnering with Amazon Web Services and Novell, allowing participants to use the DB2 Express-C database and WebSphere sMash application-development toolset on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud, but in this case they will be responsible for Amazon usage fees.

    Latest from Computerworld

  • IBM is also partnering with Amazon Web Services and Novell, allowing participants to use the DB2 Express-C database and WebSphere sMash application-development toolset on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud, but in this case they will be responsible for Amazon usage fees.

    Latest from Computerworld

  • IBM is also partnering with Amazon Web Services and Novell, allowing participants to use the DB2 Express-C database and WebSphere sMash application-development toolset on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud, but in this case they will be responsible for Amazon usage fees.

    Latest from Computerworld

  • IBM is also partnering with Amazon Web Services and Novell, allowing participants to use the DB2 Express-C database and WebSphere sMash application-development toolset on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud, but in this case they will be responsible for Amazon usage fees.

    Latest from Computerworld

  • IBM is also partnering with Amazon Web Services and Novell, allowing participants to use the DB2 Express-C database and WebSphere sMash application-development toolset on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud, but in this case they will be responsible for Amazon usage fees.

    Latest from Computerworld

  • IBM is also partnering with Amazon Web Services and Novell, allowing participants to use the DB2 Express-C database and WebSphere sMash application-development toolset on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud, but in this case they will be responsible for Amazon usage fees.

    Latest from Computerworld

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