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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 mgm al 4 Comments 4,352 Visits
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.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  management infrastructure cloud tivoli ibm-pulse 2009 dynamic united service cloud-computing vegas las-vegas facebook 2010 pulse airlines linkedin service-managment twitter 3 Comments 3,933 Visits
This week marks a milestone for the Pulse team as we kick off our plans for the 2010 conference this week. With my enthusiasm and curiosity to see what we come up with to maintain our creds as the Premier Service Management event at an all time high, I did what I do every day. I logged into Facebook.
Sounds like a cry for help and, judging by the digital face that follows her confession, she is truly concerned. That is, until she discovers she is not alone in this situation.
Hence, this social media voyeur has learned that there is great value to be gleaned from lurking around Facebook and Twitter (LinkdIn too, no doubt) while planning an event for 5000 people.
1. More people are Tweeting and Facebooking more than ever from various mobile devices.
2. More people are retweeting and linking Twitter with their Facebook and YouTube accounts.
3. Sadly, there are still daily wall posts that reflect the state of the economy.
4. It’s hot out there.
The writing’s on the wall. Just read it.
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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.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  maximo future phelps ibm back al world the michael zollar to vegas management z pulse optimization service system it 2 Comments 3,867 Visits
The holidays are over. Did ya have a good one? Great! Glad to hear it. Me too. Now it’s time to get back to work. And that means getting back to the future. As in the immediate, impending future.
I’m not talking about getting back into the gym so you can sport a great shape in time for spring break. I’m talking about getting back to preparing for your future, as in securing the longevity of your business in 2009.
One of the easiest ways you can ramp up momentum for a fast start in 2009 is by planning your personal agenda for Pulse in Vegas from February 8-12. What I mean is that whether or not you’ve registered for Pulse 2009 yet, you are invited to create a virtual schedule of the Pulse conference sessions with our Online Agenda Builder. You can select which sessions you want based on what is most relevant and enhancing to the objectives associated with your role in your business and industry. The Online Agenda Tool enables you to explore the Pulse agenda, which you can organize by track, topic, speaker, time of day, labs, expo . . . whatever! Did I mention that you don’t have to be a registered attendee to use this tool?
Don’t you always get jazzed when planning a trip? Of course you do. But we know it’s tough out there. Taking exciting trips is something many of us delay until we feel better about spending money. That’s exactly why we’ve invited 200 expert clients speakers to share how they leveraged the hardware, software and services of IBM Service Management, for everything from the IT convergence with business, to incident and problem management. IBM Executives and industry leaders will share how IBM Service Management can deliver quality service on any scale, while addressing some of the most prominent global fascinations, including what’s really going on with cloud computing why a smarter planet requires a dynamic infrastructure. You’ll get more service management bang for your buck for years to come in four action-packed days this February.
Pulse is a one of a kind opportunity that is knocking now – right at the time you need it. Anyone with a stake in Chemicals & Petroleum, Electronics, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Energy & Utilities, Retail, Banking, Insurance, Defense, Travel & Transportation, Energy & Efficiency, Virtualization, Business Resiliency, Storage & Information Infrastructure, and Managing System Z should consider attending Pulse a top priority.
Still not convinced? Check out your options with the Pulse Online Agenda Tool. This simple and free exercise is sure to give you inspiration and motivation for the New Year, and justification for making the trip that could jump start recovery or secure long-term survival.
Really. Go on give it a try!Agenda Builder
Get to Pulse and get back to the future with security, prosperity, and longevity. That’s what I’m talking about.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  pulse telco event maximo las smashmouth ibm conference netcool asset michael phelps management tivoli industries smart service 2009 security green vegas enterprise cloud 2 Comments 4,108 Visits
Multiple Choice: Why is Six a Perfect Number?
If you answered "2. It equals the sum of its proper divisors 1, 2 and 3.", you are incorrect because some answers are more correct than others. And since this is the Pulse blog and not the Math blog, the most correct answer is is "5. all of the above"!
But anyway, the real value of a multiple choice is when it saves you money, right? And who couldn't use it these days? This blog entry reveals the multiple options you can choose from to save big on Pulse registration. Take your pick from the savings options here and register for Pulse 2009 today at http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse/!
Clients that present at Pulse attend FREE
Go to www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse and click on "Present at Pulse". All accepted session receive a client guest pass. Call for Speakers ends November 7, 2008.
Pulse Client Guest Pass
Pulse 2009 has set aside a limited number of guest passes for Pulse 2009. Contact your IBM rep to find out if you qualify for a guest pass to Pulse 2009.
Two-Week Extension on the Early-Early Bird Rate
The Early-Early bird rate has been extended for 2 more weeks so you can take advantage of the $1495 rate. Use the PULSE09EEBX code when registering, but hurry – it expires November 10, 2008.
Government Employees save $800
Government employees can attend Pulse at the discounted rate of $1395. There is no code - simply indicate that you are a government employee on the registration page. All government employees will be asked to present their government issued id at check in. This discount cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions.
Pulse 2008 Alumni save $600
Did your attend Pulse 2008? If the answer is yes, then you are eligible for an alumni discounted rate of $1595. Simply use PULSE09ALUM as the promo code on the registration page. This discount cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions.
Five or more clients from the same organization can receive $100 off the current registration price. To obtain a special code for this discount, call (888) 987-6545 or (781) 251-7864, 9-5 p.m. EST, Monday-Friday. The discount must be arranged prior to registration and is taken at the time of registration.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  service-management vegas lasvegas pulse08 pulse09 pulse 2 Comments 6,459 Visits
Everyone is a winner at Pulse 2009! Why is that, you ask? Because Pulse 2009 will be held February 8-12, 2009 at the legendary MGM Grand in fabulous Las Vegas! We'll open registration and issue a call for speakers in September, 2008. So mark your calendars and reserve your place at the table.
Personally, I thought Pulse 2008 was exhilarating, but true-to-form, Tivoli wants to up the ante. The best way to do that is to get you all involved in the Pulse 2009 game plan. You want more coffee in between sessions? You want a better parking situation? You want more sessions on Green or Cloud Computing? You want to see Lance Armstrong or Hootie, again? Well, friend, add your two cents to the kitty and sweeten the pot for us all. Here's what to do:
1. How can we improve the Pulse conference for 2009?
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  pulse las software vegas rational papers management service maximoworld submit al storage tivoli maximo eam hardware zollar netcool 2010 1 Comment 2,910 Visits
It has been gorgeous Friday here in sunny Austin, Texas at a nice 65-70 degrees. It’s only fair to give props when props are due, especially since I have used this blog to gritch about the oppressive heat last summer, which ended yesterday I think.
So! Onto the real reason I brought you here:
Did you know that you peeps only have like two weeks left to get your proposals in to present at Pulse? I know you all have an IBM story to tell. Maybe you don’t think anyone would want to hear it or maybe you are concerned that you don’t have time to prepare. Or maybe you just don’t think that there is good reason to bother.
Nonsense, I say to thee!
First of all, this offer isn’t just for high-ranking executives or big business partners. We also need the folks who actually hands-on run the stuff we sell your company. Does it work? Did it get you out of a fix? Did it prevent you from being in a fix? Did it save more money than it cost? That sort of thing.
Secondly, you don’t have to worry about this taking a bunch of your time. We’ll make it easy for you. This is not a test that you are going to be graded on. This is your story and it’s one you know so well, you’ve probably even told it at a cocktail party. And all you need to do right now is pick a category and draft a 150-word description of what you will talk about. Oh, and submit it at the Pulse website by November 2. That’s nothing! This blog is already 280 words. Here is an article that can help you get your proposal accepted.
And thirdly, do you realize what an opportunity this is? You will be immortalized!
Seriously, we promote the heck out of the good stuff people say at Pulse. Why on earth wouldn’t we? We might even interview you on camera (if you let us) and put you on our YouTube channel and Tweet, Facebook, and of course blog about you. Client presentations from Pulse are wildly popular. My colleagues ping me weekly with, “I need So-and-So’s presentation from Pulse 2009 for a meeting with [client, executive, press, you fill in the blank]!” We’ll make you famous (sort of).
Here are some more goodies for our speakies:
What are you waiting for? The deadline is November 2 and the clock is ticking!
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  tivoli service-management ibmpulse vegas cloud soa green zollar keynote pulse09 harley-davidson smarter-planet infrastructure brandt pulse storage dynamic 1 Comment 2,805 Visits
Just got out of Day 1 of Pulse General Session Kickoff. I was unable to get a stable connection in the Theatre, so I’ve had problems in uploading media to the two channels below, but keep checking since I should have cool stuff I’ll be discussing throughout the conference uploaded soon:
Videos: Pulse channel on YouTube (see recent activity in left column also click on subscribe to get updates on recent activity)
Highlights so far:
Forrest Sawyer is here hosting Pulse News Network, who is roving around conducting live stories at Pulse
Laura Sanders and Alan Ganek, in comedy style mode, discussed demos of how
Jim Haney, Harley Davidson CEO, spoke on how important
Tom Rosamillia, General Manager of IBM WebSphere Software, spoke on how SOA and Service Management together help deliver the Dynamic Infrastructure vision and invite folks to learn more at the upcoming IMPACT conference in May.
John Brandt, from the MPI Group, spoke about how Convergence is a great opportunity moving forward. As a community strategist, a key point he kept reinforcing that resonated with me was that Customers are rarely buying a brand. For instance, they are not buying beer, but relationships and community. Yup!
He says we all should be asking three main questions: What do your customers really want? Can employees deliver real innovation? Do your processes drive consistent measurable progress?
Repeated theme throughout the entire morning was: Who will lead the charge for a Smarter Planet and Dynamic Infrastructure: You! You! You! Rich Esposito, VP of IBM IT Strategy and Architecture Services, specifically called out CIOs, stating they are in a bittersweet spot--being challenged to align with both the demands of the business and the world. He said they are in the best position to lead the journey and transform the waters. The good news is that being a good citizen strategically also helps in lowering total costs in managing IT and business infrastructure in the long run!
In the Pulse twitter chatter, a lot of conversation centered on definitions of Cloud and SOA and the smart planet concept.
Thanks to Guillermo Garcia for letting me borrow his power chord to create this blog!
Thanks to Guillermo Garcia for letting me borrow his power chord to create this blog!
Thanks to Guillermo Garcia for letting me borrow his power chord to create this blog!
Thanks to Guillermo Garcia for letting me borrow his power chord to create this blog!
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  asset it vegas maximo system z michael service las recession oriented pulse soa computing architecture green smarter cloud barak phelps obama planet gq heroes sports tivoli ibm optimization illustrated management 1 Comment 3,327 Visits
SAVE ON PULSE REGISTRATION TODAY through FRIDAY 12/5 at http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse/
Okay, okay. IBM Service Management might not be saving the world the same way heroes in a Hollywood movie would. But unseen heroes do exist. They may not be glamorous or even know they are heroes. You might know some of them. You might even be one of them. And right now, they are out in force doing their best to help businesses survive the [now official] recession. I'm not talking about the Fed, or Congress, or anyone on Wall Street. Who then? Not just who, but what. As in who does what.
Stay with me. I'll cut to the chase now.
In a nutshell, the digital and physical infrastructures of the world are converging to the point that global integration impacts every aspect of business. To run sustainable businesses, companies need to work smarter and integrate smart choices into day-to-day operations. IBM Service Management is made up of the smartest heroes, technology and strategies that can help your business survive the these tough economic times. Quite a leap in logic? Oh, ye of little faith! Miracles can happen when you've got purpose and innovation on your side. Want to know more? Come to Pulse for four action-packed days at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. Over 200 IBM clients, IBM executives and industry experts, aka "the Heroes" will showcase how IBM Service Management can deliver quality service on any scale, while addressing some of the most prominent global fascinations, including:
* What’s really going on with cloud computing
* Why a smarter planet requires a dynamic infrastructure
* How to save green by going green
Some of the sessions at Pulse include:
* Top Leadership Challenges in Service Management
* Delighting Your CEO with Exceptional Service Management
* Minimizing Risk and Maximizing Value with Governance for Service Management
* Achieving Converged Management of Business and IT Infrastructure
* Inhabiting the Smarter Planet: How a Dynamic Infrastructure Reduces Cost, Improves Services, and Manages Risk
* The Last Mile to SOA Success: Service Management
* "Out of Space, Power, and Money" -- Addressing Emerging Energy and Environmental Challenges
* Drowning in Data? -- Meet Tougher Service Level Requirements with Less Infrastructure
* Tame the Explosion of Information with IBM Information Infrastructure
* Balancing Risk with Opportunity: Security Trends and Strategies for Business Leaders
* Customer Panel: Tales from the Cutting Edge of Service Management
* Breaking Down the Barriers between Dev and Ops
* Taking the Next Steps on Your SM Journey
Visit the Pulse Web to register while there’s still time to save on registration. The Early Bird registration special of $1795 ends Friday, December 5, 2008. Then stick around and learn more about the following streams of our agenda:
As you align business processes and technologies to become more service-oriented, this stream will show how IBM Service Management solutions can optimize industry-specific services.
Learn how IBM Service Management solutions can help you leverage today’s “hot” technologies, augment business performance and minimize business risk.
We’ll explain best practices, Tivoli product roadmaps, customer experiences, implementation stories around IBM Service Management and more.
IBM IT optimization strategies, solutions, and roadmaps to help you manage across physical and virtual resources for greater IT efficiencies and improved business performance.We’re also offering labs and certifications to make sure you grasp the content and can take it back to share with your colleagues.
The drive for a smarter planet takes IT down a long-term path that also offers short-term successes for companies committed to the journey.
Important Dates for Pulse 2009
• Dec. 5, 2008 – $1795 Early bird deadline
• Feb. 8-12, 2009 – Pulse 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada
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Pulse Daily News for Monday, March 5
Welcome to Pulse 2012! 8,000 attendees from around the globe are here to learn how they can change the economics of IT and speed the delivery of innovative products and services. The theme of this year's Pulse is "Business without Limits" and with hundreds of sessions including topics from cloud, mobility, smarter physical infrastructure and security, your options at Pulse are nearly limitless too! Check the Pulse SmartSite to search for sessions on the subjects that matter to you and watch the Pulse website for the latest resources from Pulse, including live video of the event, the current Livestream schedule, a video library, picture gallery, and keynote slides.
Danny Sabbah opened the Pulse 2012 Solution Expo opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony, which officially kicked off Pulse 2012. It was a full house at the Solution Expo, which features the newest technology and next-generation solutions from IBM and IBM Business Partners. Visit the Pulse 2012 Sponsors, including Diamond Sponsors Toshiba and Trend Micro, in the Expo today! The Solution Expo will be open from 12- 7 p.m. on Monday, 12 - 6 p.m. on Tuesday, and 12 - 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
While many of us were settling in to Pulse, IBM Business Partners were taking in a full day of strategy sessions! Hosted by Ernest Jones and sponsored by Arrow ECS, Gemini Systems, and Innovise ESM, the Tivoli Business Partner Summit featured a wealth of advice on how to embody this year's theme of Be Bold. Be Tivoli. Be Limitless. Ernest was followed by Brendan Hannigan, GM of the IBM Security Division, and Jamie Thomas, VP of Tivoli Strategy and Development, who shared product roadmaps and her perspectives on the Tivoli marketplace. Tivoli General Manager Danny Sabbah shared insights, Mark Register hosted an interactive panel of partners and clients, and Lou Attanasio described the keys to "Excelling at Selling." They were joined by special guest speaker Alison Levine overcame a life-threatening heart condition to become the first American woman to accomplish the Adventure Grand Slam (successfully climbing all seven summits and reached the North and South Pole). Alison inspired the crowd on how they, too, can become limitless through leadership, teamwork, innovation, and dealing with change. Partners also had a choice of six breakout sessions. IBM Business Partners can find the presentations for those breakouts on the PartnerWorld Tivoli Knowledge Center.
A highlight of the Business Partner Summit each year is the Tivoli Business Partner Awards. Congratulations to this year's winners:
The Pulse International Connection Reception provided a fun and festive event for Pulse attendees from 79 countries. Host Joao Perez greeted the entusiastic crowd and shared the top five countries most represented at Pulse outside of the US: Canada, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Mexico and Australia. Overall, 34% of all Pulse attendees are from outside the United States.
Hands-on Labs and Certification Testing also opened Sunday. With more labs this year than ever, participants took part in exercises about a wide variety of IBM software products. Lab titles are listed in your pocket agenda and full lab descriptions are available here and in the Pulse SmartSite. For Certification testing, the choices are nearly unlimited: you can take any of the certification tests IBM offers right here at Pulse! The Hands-on Labs and Certification rooms are located in the Studio Ballrooms A and B, near the Grand Garden Arena entrance. Follow the signs to take part in these valuable opportunities.
Win an Apple iPod Touch!
For each session you attend while at Pulse, you will find a session survey on the Pulse SmartSite. Submit your session surveys for a chance to win. Each day there will be a drawing, and the winner receives an Apple iPod Touch, sponsored by Alliance Tech, Inc. Each survey submitted is an entry to win, so complete your surveys today!
Find More and Contribute to the Conversation:
Monday Preview: Don't miss these events!
Late-breaking news including new, updated and cancelled sessions can be found in the Pulse SmartSite under Daily News.
BP Summit Sponsors:
Pulse 2012 Diamond Sponsors:
Pulse 2012 Platinum Sponsors:
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  physical cloud healthcare mobile maximo pulse smarter security vegas infrastructures planet las ibmpulse sustainable ibm data it center 3,518 Visits
Smarter Healthcare at Pulse 2012
Today's healthcare providers and payers are building sustainable healthcare systems, while collaborating to improve quality, outcomes and personalized care and increasing consumer value and access. Join us at Pulse 2012, a premiere IBM Service Management event, from March 4-7 in Las Vegas, to explore these issues and learn how IBM solutions are helping healthcare providers and payers achieve business without limits to address important topics like new service delivery models such as Cloud, physical and digital convergence in facilities management, demands from the growth of mobility, and managing and securing data.
Over 300 client-driven speaker sessions are confirmed for Pulse including presentations from The Johns Hopkins Hospital, University of Utah, and WellPoint. Pulse will help you learn how to fundamentally and cost-effectively change the economics of IT and speed the delivery of innovative products and services by building skills and gaining insights in critical healthcare topics, including:
Pulse 2012 will also be featuring the latest technology initiatives and next-generation solutions offered by IBM and our business partners, where clients can experience demonstrations addressing important topics for healthcare providers like Smarter Hospitals, Maximo Mobile Suite, and Delivering Effective Governance for Identity and Access Management.
More than 7,000 attendees will take part in Pulse 2012. Register now to secure your space at http://ibm.com/pulse
We look forward to seeing you at Pulse 2012!
Keep visiting our blog ibm.com/blogs/pulse for more updates. And for more information on our energy and utilities industry solutions, visit ibm.co/zaCzh0
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  recessioin bogeyman grand pulse conference rational vegas service marketing service-management ibm mgm 2009 las management 2010 2,255 Visits
Hoping to capitalize on some clever Internet trend or hilarious current event for my next blog, I discovered something called the Top 20 Marketing Trends of 2009 on Google. This list managed to be both dull yet somewhat intriguing all at once. Dull because it was a list, which I find inherently boring. Intriguing because I wanted to see just how “on” it’s predictions were. Did it predict what was obviously already a trend, or did it predict something altogether fresh that emerged in March or June?
The truth is, I don’t know because I never made it past trend #1: Recession Marketing. The author writes,
“Expect a lot of marketing messaging related to the recession. Don’t be surprised to see lots of offers that “save you money” throughout the year. With fewer purchasing dollars available, how will your marketing message be distinctive and stand out?”
I confess that the word “Recession” kinda makes me shudder. It’s like the Bogeyman. Spooky and invisible. Now that I have your attention, Recession seems to say, let me infect you with anxiety and paralyze you with pessimism.
On the other hand, the Recession has inspired all of us to pause and ponder our situation. It is always wise to think, but thoughts alone never saved nor earned a penny and the only thing we have to fear is fear itself, right?
So let’s give the Bogeyman the boot!
If you are managing a dynamic infrastructure as executive leadership, security, operations, storage, production, delivery, facilities or communications service, the way to do this is to reduce cost and risk to the business and amp up the service quality and delivery. You probably already knew that, but did you know that IBM Service Management can provide the visibility, control, and automation for your business to lead a successful transition through the recession?
Where to Begin
Pulse 2010 will be THE epic mashup of education, innovation and networking around service management. If you only choose one event in 2010, Pulse is the one you can’t afford to miss where you will learn new, proven ways of deploying service management solutions, which could have an ROI benefit 10 times higher than the conference cost.
Immediate Savings, Options and Deadlines
The most valuable opportunities to get started with this business of reducing costs and improving service are only available for a few more weeks. And since you, loyal customers, keep telling us that your top priority is to figure out ways to preserve capital and cut operational expenses, this is one opportunity you must not let pass.
Free Admission to Pulse: Clients Speakers attend FREE. We are accepting your proposals until November 2. Submit a 100-word abstract of your successful application of service management here.
Save up to $600 on Pulse: Register by November 16 and save $500 on a full conference badge for the Premier Service Management Event. Register as part of a group of 5 or more from the same organization and save an additional $100!
If your management needs more proof that Pulse is a wise investment, fill out this Business Justification Form and present them with the facts.
Get thee to Pulse and we can all say bye-bye to this notion of Recession Marketing and the Bogeyman.
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In response to: The Writing on the Facebook WallThere. I added the Pulse Facebook link. :-) Thanks for getting my back, Tiff!
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In response to: The Writing on the Facebook WallDoh! What kind of facebook junkie am I? *hangs head in shame*
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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: