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Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  service_management pulse08 roadshow tour pulse world 1,564 Visits
Pulse has passed, but if you missed the big show in Orlando you can still get a piece of the pie. The IBM Service Management World Tour is coming to a city near you this summer. Check out Bob Pickard's ISM blog and then you can register to attend on the ISM World Tour Page.
According to Bob, the Tour is "a perfect follow-on to Pulse", " a series of hard-hitting one-day events held in smaller settings where you can get some serious face-to-face time with service management gurus" that "delivers in-depth presentations on the latest IBM solutions and approaches in service management, storage management, enterprise asset management, and System z."
If you can't make it out to one of the ISM World Tour dates, you can download most of the Pulse 2008 presentations from http://www-306.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse08/.
And if that just won't satisfy your craving for more Pulse, something very sweet is on the way!
To find out what it is, check back on The Pulse Website or this Pulse blog very soon.
Jennifer Dennis 110000CSRM JBDENNIS@US.IBM.COM Tags:  software phelps world's green infrastrastructure ibm michael for industry 2009 world a pulse insustries greener topics service management hot 3 Comments 6,126 Visits
IBM is proud to announce that Michael Phelps will address the audience at Pulse 2009 in Las Vegas, NV.
On August 16, 2008 Michael Phelps etched his name in Olympic history by winning his eighth gold medal of the Beijing Olympic Games, surpassing Mark Spitz for the most gold medals in a single Olympics. Seven of his eight wins set new world records, and with the addition of his six gold medals from the 2004 Olympics, Phelps has now won the most Olympic gold medals in history.
Phelps has been making waves in the world of sports since he was young. He tied the record for the most medals at a single Olympics in the 2004 Athens Summer Olympic Games when he earned six gold medals and eight medals overall. Already a sports legend at the age of 22, he has been named World Swimmer of the Year for three out of the last four years (2003, 2004, and 2006).
Although he is young, he has already had a lifetime of experiences—in the pool and out. He founded “Swim with the Stars”—the first ever Olympic Swimming Tour that travels the country to give kids the opportunity to learn from the best. He is also a national spokesperson for the Boys & Girls Clubs.
Phelps is the illustration of dedication and passion, practicing 365 days a year. His results speak for themselves.
Tiffany Winman 12000065XB firstname.lastname@example.org Tags:  infrastrastructure for insustries a software green service topics greener management world's ibm pulse world industry michael phelps hot 2009 3,176 Visits
In response to: 2008 Olympian Michael Phelps to Address Pulse 2009 AudienceVery cool! I watched every one of of the his races during the 2008 Olympics. Extremely exciting. I was as shocked as his mom when he won the 100m butterfly!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym_ks0aHkCE
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 4,762 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:  ibm service-management rational and dynamic-infrastructure dolphin park disney south swan cheesy cartman smarter-planet walt poofs rsc-2009 world soa orlando tivoli 2,249 Visits
While you wait on Pulse to come to you this summer, or for Pulse 2010, the story of a Dynamic Infrastructure we introduced at Pulse 2009 continues at Rational Software Conference in Orlando. If you aren't going to RSC, you can attend via @remoteRSC in 6 cities: http://www.remotersc.com. Meanwhile, check out the this blog to for details on Tivoli's participation at RSC - which is based on enabling the integration between development and operational life cycles.