This week is IBM Pulse2012 conference in Las Vegas. I am not there, for medial reasons this time. While my colleagues will be spending this week sipping Margaritas and enjoying the music in between inspiring technical sessions, I will be flat on my back, getting all my nutrients from a tube connected to my arm, listening to the hospital equivalent of [Muzak].
I found a great write-up from fellow blogger Jason Buffington from ESG. Here are some excerpts from his post [IBM Pulse 2012 — Day One Keynote]:
"IBM Pulse 2012 ‘s opening keynote talked about the realities of cloud as a delivery model – without the ‘private-‘, or the ‘public-‘, or even the quotes or capitalization of “The Cloud.” It was IBM’s perspective on what IBM knows better than most, how to deliver enterprise IT services that map to strategic business goals."
"In contrast to talking about ‘data-center/cloud’ stuff and then later about ‘consumerization-of-IT’ stuff , IBM’s core message was how mobility was in many ways driving cloud evolution."
"...cloud-based delivery was ‘more than just virtualization’"
"...the US Dept of Labor stating that jobs related to technology are forecast to be among the fastest growing segment thru 2018."
Hopefully, this post will hold you over until I regain consciousness.