...And once you've gotten off that airplane, know that we've come up with a new way of making those servers more personally productive as well, and it has nothing to do with to-do lists.
Late last week, we announced new virtualization capabilities for service-oriented architectures.
The new capabilities for IBM's System p servers help maximize utilization of your existing hardware and software resources by helping centralize tasks, streamline your business processes, and improve your overall system performance. Learn more about these new capabilities here.
And speaking of SOA, our own Sandy Carter has a new book out, aptly entitled "The New Language of Business: SOA and Web 2.0." You can learn more about the book here.
Sandy's book explains how organizations can use an SOA approach to information technology to become more "flex-pon-sive," which she defines as a business enabled by thoughtful, well-designed investments in IT focused on business models and processes.
In it, she reveals the secrets of SOA success from industry leaders at organizations of all sizes and from over 50 countries, and explains IBM's roadmap for SOA and Web 2.0 deployment, the approach for which can help companies realize significantly better business results than their peers.