IBM customer, Armando Lemos, speaks about the importance of having effective IT service management in place. Businesses look to software to help with challenges such as operational risk, compliancy needs, security, and performance. However, the important thing is not only meet business challenges, or not only accomplish IT goals, it’s truly to merge them all and sa and have a good solution for any customer, which is smart in the essence that it will provide sound architecture for the future whoever and whenever it’s needed.
IBM customers discuss the changing communications environment and the need to provide customers with uninterrupted services. 15 years ago, the business in telecom was landline only, and now with the time to market one of the new services that the business is growing with mobile, Internet, television, IP phone, and all of services in the world. In the past, many times our IT engineers didn't know there was a problem until their phone rang. Now that they have the Tivoli Netcool suite installed, they can proactively monitor our network for any issues and network operations people can get those escalated to the engineers and get them resolved before they become customer-affecting. This has helped them stay agile and quickly respond to business and customer needs.
Helene Armitage general manager of IBM Systems Software speaks about the planet becoming more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. according to Armitage this is an unparalleled time for technology. 1 trillion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2011. To learn more about IBM software which is at the forefront of the networks that make all of the devices work together visit www.ibm****/pulse2010.
"IBM software experts speak about how the planet is becoming smarter, more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. There is an unparallel need for smart technology that will help existing technology stay connected. Smart products and services integrated into a Smarter Planet is only the launching point for integrated service management to change business and drive business outcomes. To learn more about how integrated service management can build a smarter planet. Visit www.ibm****/pulse2010 to watch video of conference keynote presentations.
Robert LeBlanc of IBM Middleware Software speaks about the planet becoming more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. According to LeBlanc we have to make our infrastructure smarter. Seventy percent of the spend in Systems management is spent on maintaining, in order to become more agile adjustment is necessary. You can learn how to address the complexities of risk and manage business outcomes at: www.ibm****/pulse2010.
"Jean Phillipe Poirualt President of Network and Systems Integration at Alcatel Lucent Service Group speaks about looking at the network as a capability. Business that have the right bandwidth, and quality of service can deliver mission critical services in an integrated way. In the telecom world transformation in the data center is booming because of the volume of data from mobile devices. Learn more at www.ibm****/pulse2010 about how IBM is transforming data centers.
Danny Sabbah General Manager of IBM Rational Software, speaks about how every human being, company, organization, city, natural and man made systems are becoming instrumented, interconnected, and even intelligent. This is leading to new savings, efficiency and new possibilities. Integrated service management is going to be fundamental to the breakthroughs that will begin to change both our business and personal lives. Learn more at www.ibm****/pulse2010 about how Integrated service management can help you change with an ever changing world.
Laura Sanders Vice President of Strategy and Development at IBM Tivoli Software speaks about how integrated service management is the operating system for a Smarter City. Sanders shows how in a Smarter City we gather and consolidate sensor information in real-Time for visibility and provide analysis that can predict anomalies before they turn into problems. Learn more at www.Ibm.Com/Pulse2010 about how to integrate information to improve quality of life and help businesses operate more efficiently.
Al Zollar General Manager IBM Tivoli Software speaks about what you can learn at the IBM Pulse conference and how it will change the way you do business. The use of integrated service management tools that deliver visibility, control and automation across industry, across the design and development process and within your data center allows the user to manage and secure information in the data center. That's what's needed to reduce complexity and risk on today's Smarter Planet, learn more at how at www.ibm****/pulse2010.
Richard Moulds is Vice President of Product Strategy for Thales Group representing the cryptographic security product line. Thales uses IBM’s pioneering embed encryption in there storage system endpoints. Allowing Thales to keep the information for banks, governments, large insurance companies, and large healthcare companies safe and manage encryption.
Ohio Health has eight member hospitals and nine affiliate hospitals throughout Ohio. We also have numerous out-patient facilities throughout Ohio. Their systems run on pSeries hardware for many of the clinical systems with an AIX operating system. They have, between two primary and second sites, where they run systems at either site. Backups are critical in our clinical environment because it affects patient care. They use Tivoli Storage Manager for our backup environment. Tivoli Storage Manager writes directly to the primary and it gets replicated to the second data center. Using a disk-based backup method, they have shaved seven hours off admin processing time because they don’t have to write off-site copies.