Business agility, critical for success these days, starts with having access to the ideas with the highest potential and rapidly validating these ideas in marketplace. Enterprises that want evolve to agile need to implement IT that can manage conflicting challenges of agility and control. Traditional business IT has focused on providing a dependable service, with predictable […]
Welcome to the fifth and final blog of this series on Continuous Learning in the Era of Cloud. To paraphrase the Grateful Dead “what a long strange trip it has been.” As mentioned in the first blog – IBM had a very challenging issue beginning in January of this year – how to quickly scale […]
Today’s Internet of people is evolving into an “Internet of things,” because soon there will be more than one trillion connected devices. By 2013, 1.2 billion connected consumer electronics devices are expected in the more than 800 million homes with broadband connections.
In my previous blog posts (“Does IBM use cloud?” and “Transforming a local economy with cloud computing”), I described two cloud computing solutions that take advantage of Tivoli Service Automation Manager to automate service delivery. As mentioned by Marcela Adan in her blog post “Integrated service management for cloud: The heart of the IBM Cloud […]