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IT meets the C-suite

Watch global, cross-industry executives explore why IT leaders are the new service providers and how evolving customer demands require unprecedented collaboration between IT and the business. Learn about the role hybrid cloud plays in building new services on top of core business and why technologies like cognitive computing are the future.

Video: IT After Dark: VIP Roundtable

Over 70% of business leaders believe that technology will make or break their company. Learn how to think differently about IT.

Video: Open Technology

Open source lets IT engage with customers differently and quickly deliver open source solutions and services that customers can build on.

Video: Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid Cloud opens up a world of possibilities. IT must now decide what to keep on-premise and when to burst onto the cloud when needed.

Video: Big Data

Big data will put real power behind the future of IT... putting big data in a new perspective.

Video: Break the Silo

Business and IT must partner across the organization.

For IT to succeed, you have to give people the agility to spin up new technologies, new applications, new databases, but do it on-premise.

Jason Forget, Chief Revenue Officer, Redis Labs

Our speakers

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Paulo Carvao, general manager, IBM Systems Hardware Sales, is your host for the IT After Dark video roundtable series. Watch as he talks with 12 global thought leaders who think differently about how to use IT to win in the cognitive era.

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Keith Dobbins, Director of Solution Architects
Navisite, A Time Warner Cable Company

Ketih Dobbins is the Director of Solution Architects at Navisite, a Time Warner Cable Company, a leading global provider of enterprise-class, managed hosting, managed applications and cloud services.

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Jason Forget, Chief Revenue Officer
Redis Labs

Jason Forget is the Chief Revenue Officer of Redis Lab, the open source home and commercial provider of Redis, a database benchmarked as the world’s fastest. Over the past fifteen years, he has served in several global sales, marketing, services and operations leadership positions in private and public technology companies.

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Lief Morin, President
Key Information Systems

Lief Morin is President of Key Information Systems Inc. (KeyInfo), a leading provider of information technology solutions in the Western United States. KeyInfo offers a broad range of enterprise-class solutions tailored to the exact requirements of its clients.

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Jessica Murillo, VP Strategy
IBM Systems

Jessica Murillo is the Vice President of Systems Strategy at IBM. She collaborates with clients and across IBM to define and deliver IT infrastructure focused on enabling clients’ accelerated adoption of Cloud, Analytics, and Engagement.

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Dr. Piers Nash, Director of Business Development
Center for Data Intensive Science, The University of Chicago

Dr. Piers Nash is the Director of Business Development and Outreach at the University of Chicago's Center for Data Intensive Science. As a scientist, he investigates protein–protein interactions involved in signal transduction, and the molecular mechanisms by which cells respond to external cues.

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Robert Oesterlin, Senior Storage Architect
Nuance

Robert Oesterlin is the Senior Storage Architect at Nuance, supporting the worldwide research and development team. Nuance focuses on innovations in voice, natural language understanding, reasoning and systems integration to create more human technology.

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Johnny Oldenburg, Product Manager
Tieto Sweden

Johnny Oldenburg is the Product Manager at Tieto Sweden. He is responsible for setting the strategy and scope of the services, and to drive its development and delivery capabilities to follow the market, as well as sales of the product.

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Marc Pertron, CEO & Founder
LiveMon

Marc Pertron is the CEO of LiveMon, a cloud-based monitoring software designed for IT teams, Dev-ops, CIOs, and Infrastructure & Application Directors. Located in Brest, Bretagne, LiveMon provides its customers with real-time monitoring solutions.

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Mukesh Sharma, Sr. Manager IT, Database, & ERP Infrastructure
Welch’

Mukesh Sharma is the Senior Manager of IT, Database, & ERP infrastructure for Welch's, who delivers value by building great teams and developing process oriented approaches to deliver successful projects. Welch’s is the processing and marketing subsidiary of the National Grape Cooperative.

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Raj Singh, CEO
GoMoment

Raj Singh is the CEO of Go Moment, a company dedicated to making customer service instant. Go Moment’s Ivy is the world leader in automated customer service for hotels. Raj brings cross-discipline design, technology, and marketing experience from hundreds of large-scale technology projects for leading brands like Virgin, Lady Gaga, and HEB Grocery Company.

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Richard Spurlock, CEO & Founder
Cobalt Iron

Richard Spurlock is the CEO and founder of Cobalt Iron, and one of the world’s most distinguished data protection engineers. Cobalt Iron is committed to accelerating the use of analytics and cloud resource to create an economic impact.

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Pieter van Rooyen, CEO
Edico Genome

Pieter van Rooyen is the CEO of Edico Genome, whose technology reduces genome sequencing/analysis from 28 hours down to less than 28 mins.

Blog posts

Cognitive computing with z Systems allows us to amplify the experiences of our best IT architects and free up time spent on problem solving and maintenance.

Creation, connection and optimization are the principal reasons for seeing hybrid cloud services.

Across industries, IT leaders are working with IBM Systems to build infrastructures that can help guide their businesses into the cognitive era.

As we move into 2016, IT leaders share their predictions on cloud, on cognitive, and even on the data storage solutions of the hybrid cloud era.

In recent years, we have seen mobile and social technologies including technological infrastructure transform the way we interact and do business.

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