IBM will be showcasing many of its innovative security solutions at RSA conference and hosting many keynote sessions, pedestals, demos, customer appreciation events, and more. You can find out more in the following ways:
This post is dedicated specifically to IBM Business Partners, but we encourage all security professionals to help make our world a better place to live. So read on.
If you haven’t heard by now, IBM will be talking security at the place where “the world talks security” next week—the RSA 2009 conference. On April 23, Brian Truskowski, GM of Internet Security Systems (ISS), will provide an RSA keynote on “Securing the Smarter Planet.” His talk will address how security professionals are in a key position to enable effective change to create a smarter planet as our world and systems become more instrumented, interconnected, and intelligent.
As an IBM Business Partner, you are critical to the success of using innovative security solutions to enable a smarter planet. We'd like you to join us in shaping this conversation and activity in new IBM Security social media channels on ibm.com, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.
Use this presentation to get a quick overview of these new channels and how you can help.
If I had one take away from Pulse, it would be that the community is the key to IBM's success in all of our endeavors.
Our customers (you: the community) are the ones who help us with ensuring that we're giving you the tools to do your jobs and make it home in time to watch Justified (or whatever it is you do when you get home).
Events like Pulse illustrate that one of the ways a community is at its finest is when the members are interacting with each other and helping one another.
Reading, writing and sharing content is one of the ways that communities create ties and these ties tend to be strongest in the technical community.
Service Management Connect will provide a direct path to IBM service management experts and promote fast effective two-way communications between customers and IBM on a variety of service management topics.
The first sub-community to go live will be Business Service Management and these sub-communities will compliment the Tivoli User Groups and ISM Library.
Start by going to the site today and taking a look. We will be talking about it more in the weeks to come as well as be adding new categories soon.
See below for a video that Denny and I shot on the show floor at Pulse 2011. (YouTube link)