Can you feel the Pulse?
Delaney Turner 270003RQ8K Delaney.Turner@ca.ibm.com | | Tags:  cloud ibmsoftware service-management
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I'm not normally one to engage in bad puns, but in this case I couldn't resist. You see, when more than 8,000 service management professionals descend upon the MGM Grand for our annual IBM Pulse conference and start tweeting, it's bound to cause some tremors in my social channels.
The theme of this year's conference is "Enabling Business Without Limits," and over the next four days attendees will learn how to fundamentally and cost-effectively change the economics of IT and speed the delivery of innovative products and services.
With a curriculum boasting top-notch education, networking and just a little big of fun, Pulse 2012 is helping today’s leaders react with agility in changing competitive landscapes, reduce vulnerability throughout the service lifecycle, and continuously improve the business impact of the technology.
Pulse 2012 will address a multitude of audiences and industries with sessions that demonstrate how to apply the tools and best practices to help your organization achieve business without limits through:
The discussion started in the opening general session, in which IBM Tivoli VP Scott Hebner, SVP Software Middleware Robert LeBlanc and Tivoli GM Danny Sabbah outlined the ways in which organizations can gain the Visibility, Control and Automation they need to achieve said "Business without Limits.” Live video was available through our Livesstream channel and we'll be covering the opening keynotes for the next three days, so be sure to check the schedule over on the Pulse Web site.
Speaking of staying connected:
Here are the other ways you can feel the Pulse and even help speed it up from wherever you are:
Pulse comes to a close with nothing less than a discussion with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and we're giving you the chance to ask the questions! Submit your question via Twitter with the tag #askwoz and be sure to watch if your question is selected!