Today’s IT organizations face immense challenges. They must deliver game-changing cloud , big data and analytics capabilities. But they’re also expected to drive innovation and growth with declining budgets. Clients are telling us that in order to compete they must invest in their IT infrastructures to improve customer service, enable better decisions through improved use of data, and enhance collaboration across their value chain. More than ever, we are hearing that infrastructure matters !
Beginning Monday, October 21 st IBM is hosting the Enterprise2013 Conference at the Bonnet Creek Conference Center, Orlando, Florida.
Attending the conference will enable you to gain an understanding of why IT architecture choices enable creation of business value, and why clients have made IT decisions to deliver superior customer experience and drive business transformation and market leadership. Many sessions will be conducted by expert industry analysts, IBM executives and product managers, who will share thoughts on future directions of the IT infrastructure and the impact on business results.
I would like to highlight a number of sessions that might be of interest to many of you that have been following our Software Defined blog . These sessions will provide an overview of Software Defined Environment (SDE) , Software Defined Storage , Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Software Defined Data Centers ; and the role Software Defined plays in... [Continue Reading]