While my brain struggled to solve this pre-caffeination riddle, I fumbled around in the dark for a mug and the Droid begging for attention. I was slightly aware that the offending sounds could indicate a range of situations from the sinister (an alien space ship hovering over my roof) to the miraculous (Mom won the lottery and is splitting winnings with me - YAY!).
Urgent or not, I wasn't capable of absorbing more than every fifth word I read until imbibing my daily dose of jet fuel. I'm quite certain there will never be any technological advancement smart enough to alter this habit.
By the time I managed half a cup and revved up the ThinkPad, there were at least 10 more notifications - all accompanied by the hashtag #pctyuk. And since none of the tweets indicated any buildings on fire, I felt confident that PCTY UK was a smashing success.
Here are a few highlights that demonstrate WHY the topic of Pulse, Integrated Service Management, is garnering so much buzz. I could tell you all day long, but our clients and business partners are much more qualified and therefore, credible, than this humble IBM blogger.
On the other hand, if you DO want to hear from IBM Top Brass on why IBM believes organizations need a smarter business infrastructure that integrates business, operations, IT and services, look here and register for the closest Pulse Comes to You event in 2010: