IBM Software Newsletter Pick of the Week: Private Cloud for Dummies
Mark Scapicchio 270000CV2J SCAPICCH@US.IBM.COM | | Tags:  sloan mit software it computing ibm cloud private analytics
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IBM Limited Edition ‘Dummies’ e-books are consistently popular with our readers, so it’s no big surprise that the latest, Private Cloud for Dummies, is the runaway favorite item in our just-published November IBM Software Newsletter.
One reason might be the book’s appeal to both business and IT professionals – a universe that, let's face it, includes just about all of our readers. If you’re on the business side, Private Cloud for Dummies explains how cloud computing can transform IT into a much more cost-effective resource for prototyping and executing your business strategies – on your timetable. If you’re on the IT side, the book explains how cloud computing makes IT more flexible and responsive in support of business strategy – so IT can be much more of a business enabler, and less of an obstacle. Register and get your copy.
Runner-up (from @IBMSWNewsletter on Twitter): Analytics: The Widening Divide. This brand-new study, a collaboration between the MIT Sloan Management Review and the IBM Institute of Business Value, explores how companies that have embraced analytics are putting some real distance between themselves and competitors who aren’t quite as far down the analytics path. Learn more and get a copy of the report.
See you next week!