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It's been three years since the first IBM Tivoli conference arrived in Australia. This year, the annual gathering of Tivoli professionals is changing its name to Pulse ANZ to ring in a new era: one that will showcase more than just Tivoli, but everything Service Management. This means new content, new insights and a completely new look and feel.
Pulse ANZ leverages the global Pulse event to provide you with everything you've come to expect from a Tivoli Nation event, plus much more...
Pulse ANZ will take place July 29-30, 2009 at the Grand Hyatt, Melbourne.
Meet Neil Readshaw, IBM Security expert. Neil is one of the many experts you will meet at Pulse ANZ.
CAN'T WAIT FOR PULSE ANZ?
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Pulse Comes to You 2009 - UK
19 May 2009, Mercedes-Benz World, Weybridge
Pulse Comes to You brings the excitement, education, and experience of our global conference. Pulse 2009 to your city! Attend Pulse Comes to You to learn how a dynamic infrastructure through service management can intergrate your business and IT to make you - and the planet - smarter.
You’ll learn about hot topics like:
For more information and to register, go to:
ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT!
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In response to: Pulse came to the NordicsNeil, Great pic. Thanks for sharing. Pulse Nordics sounds wonderful. Do you have any photos to share? If so, upload them to your Flickr account and then share with the Pulse group here: http://flickr.com/groups/ibmpulse Just make sure to tag the photos with "Copenhagen" "Nordics" and "Pulse09".
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Thanks to the Pulse Japan team and attendees for making Pulse Japan on April 15 at the Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka such a wonderful success! Over 1200 IT Managers, System Administrators, CIOs, LOBs, Facilities Managers, and IBM Business Partners, and IBM employees attended the event to participate in the following activities:
Keynote: Outclass Your Business with "Dynamic Infrastructure"
by Kazuo Iwano, COO, Future Value Creation Team, IBM Japan, Ltd.
Keynote: Service Management for Surviving Against Severe Business Environment - Approach for "Cost Reduction" and "Enhancement of Competitiveness"
by Yoshihisa Hino, Director, Tivoli Software Japan Sales Leader, IBM Japan, Ltd.
Guest Speaker: Challenging Spirit and Leadership
by Mr. Yuhichiro Miura, Adventure Skier
4 Breakout Sessions
"Strategic IT Investment for "Competitiveness Improvement" Track,
"Infrastructure Construction for Effective Cost Reduction" Track,
Exhibitions and Demos: "Service Management Solution Cafe"
IBM and 19 IBM Business Partners provided 33 booths in the areas of:
- Service Management Area
The pictures below provide a snapshot of the experience, education, and excitement.
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Congratulations to all on successful Pulse events in Shen Zhen, Fu Zhou, and Goa!
Pulse in China
Shen Zhen, April 21, 2009: 142 attendees
Fu Zhou, April 23, 2009: 109 attendees
India - Goa
Goa, April 24-26, 2009: 134 attendees
I hear the "Talk to me about smarter xx solutions" button, "Match your Pulse" networking game, and "Pulse Wall" were big hits!
I'd like to see some pictures of those. If anyone has any, let us know or simply upload them to our Pulse Flickr group.
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Attending the Pulse 2009 conference in Vegas was one of the highlights of my year. How could I ever top all the great people, topics, demos, products, solutions, services, innovations, fun, and excitement at Pulse? Honestly, I don't think it's possible. You just had to be there! However, if you'd like to get a taste of the experience or extend your own Pulse experience, I recommend some of the links below:
Pulse Comes to You: Attend a Pulse event in your own city!
Weekly online IBM Service Management Jams: Continue learning about the great topics you heard about at Pulse 2009.
Tivoli certification and education discounts: Take advantage of special discounts for Pulse 2009 attendees.
Tivoli Group on LinkedIn: Manage your contacts, find or share news and job opportunities, get help from other experts, and much more.
Pulse blog: Stay up-to-date with conference news and announcements and online Q & A.
Pulse community and discussion forums: Manage your Pulse contacts, start your own discussion topics, and provide feedback on the conference and sessions.
Pulse on Twitter: Learn and share real-time buzz, insights, comments and questions around Pulse-related topics.
-Use #ibmpulse in Twitter search to see tweets of others.
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"How do I find IBM Pulse 2009 presentations?"
You need to use the Pulse agenda builder tool to retrieve Pulse 2009 presentations from here:
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I was seriously bummed this morning when Al Zollar announced that Michael Phelps would not be speaking at the Pulse conference. Al explained that another exciting keynote speaker was on the agenda for later, but wouldn’t tell us who it was. The Twitter crowd immediately started speculating who it would be--Chris Rock?
And a series of Pulse speakers proceeded to joke about the possibility of Al speaking in a Speedo as a Phelps replacement. With the anticipation building, it was hard to focus when Jim Logsdon, from Alcatel-Lucent (Diamond sponsor of Pulse), spoke about his long-term partnership with IBM.
Chris O’Connor’s discussion on why being Green is important was fascinating. He highlighted four key reasons to focus on energy and efficiency: money, risk, compliance, responsibility. He basically argued that we need to reduce wasting energy in the data center and use the cost savings to invest in better tools to save money, comply with regulations, avoid severe punishment, and act responsibly as world citizens. He definitely caught our attention—and it wasn’t just due to the totally cool green tie he was wearing. Chris used some simple math to show that we could save $750/year just on better managing two servers and $750K/year if we were dealing with a 1000 servers. The Twitter crowd really enjoyed his presentation.
Finally, the moment had arrived. We were all awaiting with excitement to hear who the new Pulse keynote speaker was for that morning. The crowd showed their excitement when Al announced it was Magic Johnson!
Magic Johnson came off as a darling to the crowd. He was very intelligent and personable—walking amongst the Pulse attendees, asking them to stand up, giving them long hugs, speaking and engaging with them directly, and encouraging personal photo opportunities. And his talk was both humorous and informative. Demonstrating a strong business acumen and industriousness, he spoke of his foundation and the unique perspective he brought to incorporating ethnic and urban consumer tastes to coffee shops, movie theatres, fitness centers, and real estate projects. He also encouraged the audience to stay positive and embrace a winning spirit in the face of current economic challenges. He was met with a standing ovation! Once again, the Twitter crowd went wild!
Thanks to IBM and to Magic Johnson! What a great treat and surprise!