So. We picked a guest speaker for Pulse, one of IBM’s flagship conferences. And this time it’s not a sports hero. This time we picked someone more renowned for his serious passion to save the world. For real. Our dude is busting his rump to save us from the fire and brimstone we’ll be swimming in when all the glaciers melt. And since we here at IBM have been talking the talk of building a smarter planet, I’m thinking our choice makes a lot of sense. Because the world wouldn’t be so smart if we all got dead. There’d be all these data centers floating about aimlessly. Just saying.
Ladies and Gentleman of the blogosphere, please put your fingertips on your keyboard and prepare to tell the rest of the interwebs that we are honored to host:
But if says he’s building an arc, I’m still not buying stock in the big box home improvement center that’s breeding grackles in its 40 acre parking lot. They’re chasing away all the song birds. I’m just saying.
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Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  gore planet ibm climate tivoli pulse crisis rational global service our websphere choice vegas warming smarter copenhagen management summit las al mgm 4 Comments 4,301 Visits
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  virtual energy-management dynamic-infrastructure green security asset-management pulse cloud automation smarter-planet storage ibmpulse 2,376 Visits
Today, Pulse goes virtual.
Did you see the announcement?
In February, Pulse 2009 became the first global event dedicated to building a smarter planet through a dynamic infrastructure.
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Then IBM took the Pulse conference on the road to more countries with Pulse Comes to You.
-->See Pulse Comes to You video
Yup, that's me with my favorite IBM bee.
Now Pulse is going virtual with live Webcasts and chats with industry experts and IBM innovators today.
The pretty brochure will tell you the event is for you to:
Normal language please?
My translation: the event will focus on latest trends and innovations for helping folks manage their Infrastructure better. The key focus is on responding quickly to change, managing assets, and delivering quality service.
Virtual attendees can exchange electronic business cards and attend six different solution booths to grab collateral, watch customer videos and demos, and chat about solutions for better managing their assets and infrastructure.
The 6 booths
12:00 PM: Managing a Dynamic Infrastructure
12:15 PM: Chat with the Experts
12:45 PM: Datacenter Automation in an Uncertain Economy
01:30 PM: Chat with the Experts
02:30 PM: Security for the Dynamic infrastructures
03:30 PM: Industrialize and Automate the Way you deliver Services with IBM Cloud
04:15 PM: Chat with the Experts
04:30 PM: Closing Comments: Pulse 2010
05:30 PM: Exhibit Hall Closes
*Eastern Standard Time
I plan on popping in and out today to chat with some of my favorite IBMers, customers, and Business Partners. I hope to see you there!
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In response to: Maximo Client Challenge - are you up for the challenge?Mary, I loved your car story and your challenge to continue the Maximo conversation. I'm sharing this with our Pulse blog so others know about Maximo networking potential at Pulse and beyond.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  ibm tivoli information websphere dynamic pulse 2010 rational infrastructure service-management management 2 Comments 2,891 Visits
How can I maximize use of my existing infrastructure to give new benefits to my customers?
What is the advantage of business service management?
What do you want to get out of your maintenance management system?
What's the value of this data to the organization?
How much work are those servers actually doing?
What if the customer is part of the process?
How do you continue to provide great technology tools and still stay within a budget that is reasonable?